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Who doesn’t love a little rest and relaxation in a major city by the ocean? American Airline is hosting a hub sale for Miami this fall involving a number of major cities. Prices range from $70 – $200 below normal for 4 to 7-day trips; business travelers requiring same day turnarounds can often find even better prices than what’s listed below. While many of these are midweek departures, some weekend discounts are also available with a little searching. Fares are often the same in both directions, though sometimes they may differ up to $10 while still being the best value among the competition (including budget airlines). Sale routes include:

  • To/from Chicago from $113
  • To/from Orlando from $115 ($91 for spring flights, perfect for positioning or visiting theme parks)
  • To/from Houston from $119
  • To/from Boston from $147
  • To/from New York (LGA) from $157
  • To/from Toronto from $192
  • To/from Buffalo from $197 (select summer dates included!)

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All fares are AA basic economy, including carry-on bags and meals but not seat selection. Buying-up to main economy varies by route and date but starts at $30 each way. Given the variety of origin cities, there may be more opportunities available, so search your favorite OTA or Google Flights if you don’t see your city listed, and enjoy a trip to south Florida today. (SEE ALSO: Miami Centurion Lounge Open for Business Again)

Sample Route

  • Departure: ORD
  • Stops: None
  • Arrival: MIA

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How to Book

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

Travel Dates

  • September and October, 2019 with some expanded dates by route
  • Same day, 4-day stays required

Where to Stay

(SEE ALSO: 18 Hyatt Hotels You Won’t Be Able to Use Your Free Night Certificate At (Plus 12 You Will))

Things to Do in Miami

Good luck and happy flying!

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