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American Arilines have a very few dates available for round trip travel from Atlanta (ATL) to Aruba (AUA) for $279. This is a basic economy fare with an option to upgrade to regular economy before you check out.

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Departs ATL: Oct 21-22, 25-30; Nov 4-6, 11-12
Returns: Oct 24-25, 31; Nov 1, 5, 7-8, 14

Use dates and book directly with American Airlines [aa.com].

Aruba Tourism Guide [aruba.com]

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Hurricane season.
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99 out of 100 high school students agree, Aruba is awesome.
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Hurricane season.
Towards the end of it though
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Aruba is outside of the hurricane belt so you don't have hurricanes to worry about ever when traveling there. I've been there in March (2x), July, September, and Nov/Dec and the weather is perfect every single time.
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Aruba is outside of the hurricane belt so you don't have hurricanes to worry about ever when traveling there. I've been there in March (2x), July, September, and Nov/Dec and the weather is perfect every single time.
Correct that the ABC islands are out of the hurricane belt. Perhaps MrCheapo meant that the hurricanes might affect the flights as the planes will still need to fly over the Atlantic Ocean.

But Aruba is definitely beautiful. Been there twice during the months of October and weather is pretty much the same all year round. Sun is waaaay stronger. First time I was in Aruba (been to the Caribbean many times ) and I had the worst sun burn ever. Didn't feel it til a few days in.
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Hurricane season.
ABC are outside the hurricane belt. This deal is good until March of 2019.
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Correct that the ABC islands are out of the hurricane belt. Perhaps MrCheapo meant that the hurricanes might affect the flights as the planes will still need to fly over the Atlantic Ocean.

But Aruba is definitely beautiful. Been there twice during the months of October and weather is pretty much the same all year round. Sun is waaaay stronger. First time I was in Aruba (been to the Caribbean many times ) and I had the worst sun burn ever. Didn't feel it til a few days in.
Agreed. Beaches are incredible and it is hot as holy hell. Place wouldn't exist without the constant trade winds. Perfectly safe island. Stayed for a week and had no issues what so ever.

The only issue with Aruba is the food/booze is INSANELY expensive. A case (24 pack) of Miller Lite, Bud Light, etc will set you back $50.

Favorite part of the island is sports betting is legal! They have offshore kiosks at the casinos that print a ticket and allow you to cash at the windows!
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Thank you all for confirming. Wasn't aware that Aruba is not prone to hurricanes 👍
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Agreed. Beaches are incredible and it is hot as holy hell. Place wouldn't exist without the constant trade winds. Perfectly safe island. Stayed for a week and had no issues what so ever.

The only issue with Aruba is the food/booze is INSANELY expensive. A case (24 pack) of Miller Lite, Bud Light, etc will set you back $50.

Favorite part of the island is sports betting is legal! They have offshore kiosks at the casinos that print a ticket and allow you to cash at the windows!
I've been to Aruba 5x now and plan on going back many more times. It's the perfect island to me with the most perfect weather due to the trade winds.

You should be buying local beer though, get some Balashi. Importing American beer there is of course going to cost more money. Other than booze though, food isn't that expensive at all. It's pretty comparable to around here in the DC Metro area. I'd say that some produce and bread is cheaper even, but stuff like beer and sodas are a little more expensive. But eating out in restaurants is the same price as going out anywhere nice in the States. Same with going out to bars and stuff.
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