Get away from the cold with this deal: Flights to St. Thomas are as low as $275 from multiple U.S. cities.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are offering discounted fares to the U.S. Virgin Islands from multiple U.S. cities including Seattle, Nashville and Washington.
The travel dates are generally from January to March, but if you’re flying from Nashville, there’s ample availability from September to October. So, trade in the frigid fall or winter weather for palm trees, crystal-clear waters and sunny skies.
These prices are only expected to last for the next 24 hours, so we recommend booking as soon as possible.
Airlines: American, Delta and United.
Routes: Las Vegas, Nashville, San Diego, Seattle, Washington and a few other cities have cheap flights to St. Thomas.
How to book: Search through Google Flights for your best dates and then book directly with the airline of your choice.
Travel dates: Generally from January to March for flights departing from Seattle. Flights departing from Nashville are primarily from September to October, with some limited availability from January to March.
Book by: The next 24 hours.
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You can get these cheap flights to St. Thomas from many smaller U.S. cities such as Burlington, Vermont, and Jacksonville, Florida. There’s also availability from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Here are some flights we’ve highlighted:
- Delta: Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) to Cyril E. King Airport (STT), starting at $275 (includes a layover in Atlanta).
- American: Tallahassee International Airport (TLH) to STT, starting at $283 (includes a layover in Miami).
- Delta: Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) to STT, starting at $297 (includes a layover in Atlanta).
- Delta: Burlington International Airport (BTV) to STT, starting at $315 (includes a layover in New York City).
- Delta: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) and Dulles International Airport (IAD) to STT, starting at $315 (both include layovers in New York City).
- Delta: Nashville International Airport (BNA) to STT, starting at $335 (includes a layover in Atlanta).
- United: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to STT, starting at $377 (includes a layover in Washington, D.C.).
We recommend using Google Flights to find your ideal dates and then booking your tickets directly on the airline’s website; airlines are more reliable in the event of a delay, cancellation or booking change.
If you’re flying from Seattle to St. Thomas on Jan. 26, Google Flights shows a United flight at 11 p.m. as the cheapest option at $377.
As for returning flights, United offers one on Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. Both flights to and from St. Thomas include a layover in Washington, D.C.
While these fares are low, keep in mind that they only extend to basic economy. United’s basic economy does not let passengers bring a carry-on bag, and seat selection includes an additional fee. Passengers also cannot change their tickets or receive refunds for canceling their flights when flying with United’s basic economy.
United also has multiple bundles you can choose from, offering access to the United Club, seat selection and checked baggage. These bundles range from $50 to $105, and you’d have to choose a bundle for each flight.
The cheapest available seats cost $15, and the most expensive preferred seats, which have more legroom, cost $51. At the time of publication, many of the economy seats appeared to be filled, so we recommend booking your flights as soon as possible.
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If you’re looking for an island vacation to escape the chilly winter temperatures, then these fares are worth booking. Not only are these fares to St. Thomas low, but there’s also a decent amount of availability from many smaller cities across the U.S.
Book these fares fast — these prices are not expected to last long and flights are already filling up.