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Non-stop Flights from US Cities to Cancun, Mexico from only $161 Roundtrip

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Non-stop flights from US cities to Cancun, Mexico from only $160 roundtrip with United Airlines.

Depart from:
Houston: $160
Washington DC: $222
Los Angeles: $226
Chicago: $261
New York: $263

DEPART:
Houston/Washington DC/Los Angeles/Chicago/New York, USA
ARRIVE:
Cancun, Mexico
RETURN:
Houston/Washington DC/Los Angeles/Chicago/New York, USA

DATES:
Availability from January to February 2018

Example dates:
Houston – Cancun: $160
1st-11th Jan
7th-17th Jan
8th-18th Jan
14th-24th Jan
15th-25th Jan
21st-31st Jan
22nd Jan – 1st Feb
28th Jan – 7th Feb
29th Jan – 8th Feb

Washington DC – Cancun: $222
8th-18th Jan
9th-19th Jan
14th-24th Jan
15th-25th Jan
16th-26th Jan
22nd Jan – 1st Feb
23rd Jan – 2nd Feb
28th Jan – 7th Feb
29th Jan – 8th Feb
30th Jan – 9th Feb

Los Angeles – Cancun: $226
18th-26th Jan
23rd-31st Jan
23rd Jan – 1st Feb
24th-31st Jan
24th Jan – 2nd Feb
24th Jan – 3rd Feb
26th Jan – 2nd Feb
26th Jan – 4th Feb
28th Jan – 7th Feb
29th Jan – 7th Feb
30th Jan – 7th Feb
30th Jan – 8th Feb
31st Jan – 7th Feb

Chicago – Cancun: $261
8th-20th Jan
9th-20th Jan
10th-20th Jan
29th Jan – 10th Feb
30th Jan – 10th Feb

New York – Cancun: $263
1st-11th Jan
5th-17th Jan
6th-17th Jan
6th-18th Jan
7th-17th Jan
7th-18th Jan
7th-19th Jan
8th-18th Jan
8th-19th Jan
9th-19th Jan
9th-20th Jan
14th-24th Jan
14th-25th Jan
14th-26th Jan
20th-31st Jan
21st-31st Jan
21st Jan – 1st Feb
21st Jan – 2nd Feb
22nd Jan – 1st Feb
22nd Jan – 2nd Feb
22nd Jan – 3rd Feb
23rd Jan – 2nd Feb
23rd Jan – 3rd Feb
30th Jan – 10th Feb
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There is a reason these are cheap. Stay away from Cancun right now...

Still a dang good price though...LMAO
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There is a reason these are cheap. Stay away from Cancun right now...

Still a dang good price though...
I agree. Great price but those drug wars and tainted alcohol are pretty good reasons to stay away. You will most likely be fine but why gamble. Even Cabo is feeling the pressure from all the drug war violence.
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What about Puerto Vallarta? Is it safer there?
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I agree. Great price but those drug wars and tainted alcohol are pretty good reasons to stay away. You will most likely be fine but why gamble. Even Cabo is feeling the pressure from all the drug war violence.
So would you travel to New York? Or Paris? More tourist deaths there then Cancun. Been to Cancun many times and always felt safe.
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So would you travel to New York? Or Paris? More tourist deaths there then Cancun. Been to Cancun many times and always felt safe.
I am not telling anyone where to and where not to travel. I am merely giving facts as to why there is a massive decline in tourism creating these cheap prices. It is a fact that Cancun/Cabo etc are not insulated from the drug wars as they once were. Use google if you want to do your own research.

Not sure what New york/Paris or any other place has to do with what I said. I am sure plenty of people can also say they went to New York and Paris and ALSO felt safe come on what kind of argument is that lol.
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have nice deal
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I am not telling anyone where to and where not to travel. I am merely giving facts as to why there is a massive decline in tourism creating these cheap prices. It is a fact that Cancun/Cabo etc are not insulated from the drug wars as they once were. Use google if you want to do your own research.

Not sure what New york/Paris or any other place has to do with what I said. I am sure plenty of people can also say they went to New York and Paris and ALSO felt safe come on what kind of argument is that lol.
Google search revealed "For now, it appears that the violence has not deterred tourists from vacationing along Mexico's coasts. Occupancy rates at hotels in Cancún are at 90 percent and 74 percent in Los Cabos." http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017...cabos.html
I stand corrected. More recent data show occupancy drop linked to state department advisory https://www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...rom-mexico
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Google search revealed "For now, it appears that the violence has not deterred tourists from vacationing along Mexico's coasts. Occupancy rates at hotels in Cancún are at 90 percent and 74 percent in Los Cabos." http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017...cabos.html
You quoted Fox News that's all I have to say. Lol.
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Google search revealed "For now, it appears that the violence has not deterred tourists from vacationing along Mexico's coasts. Occupancy rates at hotels in Cancún are at 90 percent and 74 percent in Los Cabos." http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017...cabos.html
I stand corrected. More recent data show occupancy drop linked to state department advisory https://www.bloomberg.com/news/ar...rom-mexico
Not exactly compelling evidence that Cancun or Playa del Carmen should be on the short list of places to visit right now.
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