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JetBlue has round-trip flights from Austin (AUS) to Orlando (MCO) for $127-$137, NONSTOP. Flights February to April. No Friday departures. Extended Weekends available.
We have previously featured deals on Spirit/Frontier for about $39, but we prefer to fly on “full service” airlines that allow for free bags and more legroom.
Note: Carry-on bag is allowed for free on JetBlue. You can avoid paying for seat selection by accepting the randomly assigned seat at the gate.
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- Extended Weekend Dates: (BookingBuddy / Priceline) Feb 20 – Feb 25 / Feb 22 – Feb 25 / Feb 27 – Mar 02 / Feb 27 – Mar 03 / Feb 29 – Mar 02 / Feb 29 – Mar 03 / Other dates: There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.
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- Tips: You can (and should) sort the Vrbo vacation rental search results by “Total” price. Doing so exposes properties with high fees. For example, a $140 per-night property with $100 fees will rank as being more expensive than a $150 per-night property with $30 fees, when sorted. Sorting by “most reviews” is also a good option, as this will show you the most popular properties.
- Tips: Rent a car for cheaper by using Priceline’s “Express Deals”. The rental car company will be hidden until after you purchase, but this allows those companies to undercut the published rate indirectly. You can remove low quality companies from those hidden results. The trick is to use the quality filter on their website to remove any rental car company with a review rating under 7.0 and then pick the deals that survive the filter.
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- Tips: Hotel rates for Weekend dates are usually higher than the rates for Sunday through Thursday. Tripadvisor has a color-coded date calendar, red when the average hotel price for that day is more expensive, green for less expensive. You can use this to get an overview of what dates in the month are at a discount.
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I was able to pull this up on Priceline. Screenshot taken when this post was initially created. See timestamps at the top of this post.
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- Previous Lowest Price Average: $146
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