Summer deals can still be had, even as we head into June. Today I noted good pricing to the Caribbean from the west coast in July, with deals from both Los Angeles and San Francisco to Grand Cayman. With a little more searching I also saw good pricing from San Diego and Dallas as well, and a rather expected deal from Miami. These are available in mid to late July as well as pretty much all of August, a good rate for summer break. The west coast deals require dedicated travel days, as even with short layovers I found you’re still going to commit 10+ hours to travel. Then again, that price to the gorgeous beaches and great resorts of Grand Cayman is worth the time.
- San Francisco from $431 (Delta, American/Delta separate tickets)
- San Diego from $436 (JetBlue/American separate tickets)
- Los Angeles from $437 (Delta/JetBlue separate tickets, American)
- Dallas from $474 (American)
- Miami from $212 (American)
There are one-off flights at even cheaper prices from San Fran and L.A. but they require very long layovers. I don’t think an 11 hour layover on top of 8 hours of flights is necessarily worth saving $15. Miami prices to the Caribbean are almost always a good price, so getting a deal is pretty common.
These fares are basic economy fares, which includes carry-on but not seat selection. That’s why I excluded United deals from this particular deal, as they would charge you to carry anything larger than your bathing suit. As we get closer to departure dates these prices will undoubtedly rise, so move quickly if you’re interested.
- Departure: San Francisco
- Stops: Charlotte outbound, Atlanta inbound
- Arrival: Grand Cayman
How to Book
- Follow link for sample dates or search your favorite OTA / Google Flights for departure and destination
- Mid or late July through August 2019
- 7 day stay required
Where to Stay on Grand Cayman
Things to Do on Grand Cayman
Good luck and happy flying!
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