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Escape the cold in February and March with flights to South Beach from under $100!

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Several Midwestern cities are showing  bargain flights to Miami on select days over the next 2 months. Philadelphia has the best price at $81 round trip, but several other cities are included for under $150.

  • Detroit from $121
  • Chicago from $127
  • Cincinnati from $147
  • Cleveland from $149

While these are basic economy fares, American Airlines includes a carry-on bag in the price. Expand your search for other airlines (which may include fees for carry-ons) or other cities which are pricing just above these rates.

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Sample Route

  • Departure: PHL
  • Stops: None
  • Arrival: MIA

How to Book

  • Follow link for sample dates or search Google Flights optional for departure and destination

Travel Dates

  • Selected dates February and March, 2019
  • Required stay varies depending on city

Things to Do in Miami

Good luck, and happy flying!

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