• 7/17/2019 12:40 PM
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Late summer! Cheap non-stop flights between Chicago and Florida’s airports from only $97!

New dates available!

New dates available! Say goodbye to your summer with some days in Florida! Fly non-stop with American Airlines from Chicago to Miami, Tampa or Jacksonville from just $97 for a round-trip! 

Florida is home to beautiful sugar-sand beaches, theme parks, extremely diverse wildlife, and lots of adventurous activities. Enjoy sunny weather, welcoming warm sea and vibrant nightlife in the Sunshine State!

To find out more, go to Destination Fly4free: Florida >>

Travel dates:
September – October / January – February 2020

Sample dates
Sep 4-11, 10-17, 11-18, 10-25, 17-25
Sep 24 – Oct 1, Sep 25-Oct 2, Sep 25-Oct 16
Jan 8-15, 15-22, 22-29
Jan 29-Feb 5
Feb 5-12, 12.19

Routing:
Chicago – Miami / Tampa / Jacksonville – Chicago
Miami – Chicago – Miami
Jacksonville – Chicago – Jacksonville
Tampa – Chicago – Tampa

How to book:
CLICK HERE >> or follow the links below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One personal bag per person.

Sample reservations:
Chicago – Jacksonville – Chicago >>>

Jacksonville – Chicago – Jacksonville>>>

Chicago – Tampa – Chicago >>>

Chicago – Miami – Chicago >>>

Accommodation:
We recommend you to book 4* Daddy O Hotel Miami with a good price and very good reviews! Just 10-minute walk from the beach. Located on Bay Harbor Island, this pet-friendly hotel features a complimentary continental breakfast daily. Bal Harbor Shops is an 8 minute walk away. A mini-bar is included in each of the air-conditioned rooms at the Daddy O Hotel. Extras include an en suite, towels, and linen.

Car:
Book cheap car rentals at click here and don’t forget about Car hire excess insurance offered by  Icarhireinsurance.com>>

 

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