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New Orleans is one of the most fascinating cities in the U.S. Whether you’re into amazing food, live music of all types, or fabulous architecture and gardens, you can find a lot to love about the place. If you’re looking for a destination for summer travel, the 3 major domestic airlines have discounted round trip fares to New Orleans this summer from a number of major cities. Sale routes include:

  • Seattle from $136 (United)
  • Chicago from $137
  • Dallas from $147
  • Miami from $155
  • Atlanta from $157
  • Detroit from $167

French Quarter by Pixabay user thebocfc

More cities are probably included; this is just a sample of tested routes. These are basic economy fares, including a carry-on bag but no early seat selection. Low-cost carriers are also posting sales, however, they will charge for carry-on bags in both directions which raises their prices to those of the “Big 3”. United also charges for a carry-on, though having a co-branded credit card or status can remove that restriction. A round trip ticket for the price of taking the family out for a beignet breakfast is a good deal, so hop on a flight to The Big Easy this June.

Sample Route

  • Departure: SEA
  • Stops: SFO
  • Arrival: MSY

How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search your favorite OTA / Google Flights for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Select dates May – June 2019
  • No minimum stay required

Where to Stay in New Orleans

(SEE ALSO: Wyndham “Go Free” Experience Perk)

Things to Do in New Orleans

Good luck and happy flying!

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