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Detroit to Cancun Mexico $210 RT Nonstop Airfares on Spirit Airlines (Travel February-March 2020)

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Spirit Airlines, a low-cost 'bare fare' air carrier via Kayak have round trip airfares travelling from Detroit (DTW) to Cancun, Mexico (CUN) for $210, nonstop. Check out the all-inclusive resorts like RIU who currently have specials going on.

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Departs DTW: Feb 1, 3, 7-8, 10, 17, 23-25; March 2-3, 10-11, 16-18, 24-25, 30-31
Returns: Feb 2, 6-9, 13, 15, 19; March 10-12, 17-18, 24-25; April 30
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Prices are cheap because they upped Cancun to a level 2 warning with cartels fighting outside the tourist areas.

So... You do you. You're most likely fine, but tourism is down in the area. Chicago to Cancun was just $180/RT
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Prices are cheap because they upped Cancun to a level 2 warning with cartels fighting outside the tourist areas.

So... You do you. You're most likely fine, but tourism is down in the area. Chicago to Cancun was just $180/RT
Statistically, I don't think most major American cities look much better. Just saying. Neither is a very clear picture.
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Statistically, I don't think most major American cities look much better. Just saying. Neither is a very clear picture.
That's hilarious lol.
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Prices are cheap because they upped Cancun to a level 2 warning with cartels fighting outside the tourist areas.

So... You do you. You're most likely fine, but tourism is down in the area. Chicago to Cancun was just $180/RT
About the same price i got 2 years ago. Oct-Feb are usually wet months in Quintana Roo hence the low rt price.
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Prices are cheap because they upped Cancun to a level 2 warning with cartels fighting outside the tourist areas.

So... You do you. You're most likely fine, but tourism is down in the area. Chicago to Cancun was just $180/RT
My colleagues and I are planning Cancun again this year. Yes, you do have to follow the hotel rules, which is to NOT venture outside their boundaries or sight. They will tell you they can't do sht to help if you are rob, taken, kill or shot. The fights and shootings are almost daily.

Stay within hotel boundaries and it's all good.
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My colleagues and I are planning Cancun again this year. Yes, you do have to follow the hotel rules, which is to NOT venture outside their boundaries or sight. They will tell you they can't do sht to help if you are rob, taken, kill or shot. The fights and shootings are almost daily.

Stay within hotel boundaries and it's all good.
Great, sounds like perfect place for a vacation with the whole family. Why do you think hotel boundaries are safer than the outside? Pretty sure a hotel fence won't stop a cartel either.
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Great, sounds like perfect place for a vacation with the whole family. Why do you think hotel boundaries are safer than the outside? Pretty sure a hotel fence won't stop a cartel either.
The major hotels are either owned by or pay protection to the Cartel.
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My colleagues and I are planning Cancun again this year. Yes, you do have to follow the hotel rules, which is to NOT venture outside their boundaries or sight. They will tell you they can't do sht to help if you are rob, taken, kill or shot. The fights and shootings are almost daily.

Stay within hotel boundaries and it's all good.
I've never heard of a hotel in Cancun telling people not to leave the hotel grounds. It's completely normal to go out.
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The major hotels are either owned by or pay protection to the Cartel.
Ok, makes sense. But makes me want to visit the place even less now, knowing that part of my vacation money will be used to support organized crime.
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Great, sounds like perfect place for a vacation with the whole family. Why do you think hotel boundaries are safer than the outside? Pretty sure a hotel fence won't stop a cartel either.
But a hotel deal with the cartel would. Also it won't hurt to have a cartel boss part owner in the hotel.
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I'd rather get shot in Cancun than in Detroit.
What an incredibly STUPID and ignorantly cliche thing to say. Clearly you don't know a thing about Detroit except what you hear other dumb people say about a place they have never been to. Get a life!
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