• 12/18/2019 8:05 AM
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Cheap flights from Chicago to New Orleans and vice versa from only $97!


Fly cheap with United Airlines from Chicago to New Orleans and vice versa starting at only $97 for a round trip!

Great chance to visit one of the most interesting cities in the USA: Chicago!. Enjoy Millennium Park, Lincoln Park Zoo and Navy Pier. Stroll down Michigan Avenue and don’t miss the Museum Campus as well as downtown boutiques and bars or restaurants. Catch a fly ball at Wrigley Field, take in a show at The Chicago Theatre or Ride the Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier! You will love Wicker Park and Bucktown atmosphere.

New Orleans is known for its European-style architecture, mouth-watering Creole cuisine and all-around mysticism as well as for its music: jazz, blues, rock ‘n’ roll and Zydeco tunes ooze from every city corner.

Travel dates:
January to March 2020

Example dates from Chicago: 13-22 Jan, 14-22 Jan, 10-29 Feb, 24 Feb – 4 Mar

Chicago – New Orleans – Chicago
New Orleans – Chicago – New Orleans

Baggage policy:
One personal item per passenger.

Sample reservation:
Chicago – New Orleans – Chicago >>>

New Orleans – Chicago – New Orleans >>>

We suggest you stay at Holiday Inn Mount Prospect with very good reviews. Rooms at the Mount Prospect – Chicago Holiday Inn feature a flat-screen TV with cable and a seating area. They also include helpful amenities like a coffee maker and a work desk. Breakfast is served every morning at Holiday Inn Mount Prospect – Chicago. There is an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a library. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day.

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