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Various US Cities to Provenciales Turks & Caicos Islands for the following RT airfares. Travel availability end of August thru April 2018. I verified for Memphis (MEM) to PLS and departure on American Airlines is once a week, 2 stops. Not bad!

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Atlanta (ATL) - $343*
Birmingham (BHM) - $308
Boston (BOS) - $309
Buffalo (BUF) - $326
Charleston (CHS) - $308
Cleveland (CLE) - $327
Denver (DEN) - $348
Fort Lauderdale (FLL) - $213*
Hartford (BDL) - $327
Indianapolis (IND) - $346
Jacksonville (JAX) - $300
Louisville (SDF) - $327
Memphis (MEM) - $306
Miami (MIA) - $252*
Montreal (YUL) - $451 CAD
Nashville (BNA) - $308
Oklahoma City (OKC) - $348
Omaha (OMA) - $348
Orlando (MCO) - $268
New Orleans (MSY) - $305
New York City (EWR) - $298*
New York City (JFK) - $314*
New York City (LGA) - $308
Richmond (RIC) - $326
Rochester (ROC) - $367
San Antonio (SAT) - $346
St. Louis (STL) - $345
Syracuse (SYR) - $359
Tampa (TPA) - $283
Toronto (YYZ) - $442 CAD*
Tulsa (TUL) - $324
Washington DC (BWI) - $326
Wichita (ICT) - $348

* - nonstop
So....here's how to book it.
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good deal and was able to verify price...but just checked hotel/resort prices and alot of them are per night what this flight costs!
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good deal and was able to verify price...but just checked hotel/resort prices and alot of them are per night what this flight costs!
We have gone twice now and stayed at La Vista Azul Resort but we booked it through condo owners on VRBO. The first time it was around $100 per night during off-season (still beautiful weather) and the second time we went, I believe we paid around $200 per night because it was peak season! This price for flights is ridiculously good and so worth it. That place is absolutely breathtaking.
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last i checked hotels were very expensive 300-400, but it was in december, may be better now
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any premium subscribers to Scott's list here?
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Air b&b better?
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Highly recommend - Turks and Caicos is a beautiful place! Very expensive but well worth it. We stayed at Villa del Mar (not all-inclusive), the food is so good you don't want to be tied to one resort! Some worth checking out: Coyaba, Turks Kebab (for lunch or a quick bite), Seven (at Seven Stars resort), and Grace's Cottage.
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If you can get to FLL cheaply, Southwest has $69 each way flights and a much bigger range of date options.
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If you go to T&C this time of year, it's probably a good idea to purchase travel insurance.
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If you go to T&C this time of year, it's probably a good idea to purchase travel insurance.
Hurricane season?
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best from DAL/DFW is $700 vomit
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Stayed at the Gansevoort before, basically adults only, very nice and great beach. Also stayed at Seven Stars or Seas or whatever. Very nice also with tons more space for the same price as the gansevoort but more family and kid friendly. Location is a bit closer to more things too but you kinda need a car to get around anyway.
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My family is from the Turks & Caicos and yes, every island is breathtaking. I'm glad I spotted this for cheap tickets. I have family on every island except for Salt Cay so I don't have to worry about accommodations but I've always wanted to check out the Gansevoort.
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yeah, but if I have to bring the family it gets expensive...
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And Chicago sucks again.
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