JGOOT Subscriber tells us about his $63 round-trip direct flight to Minneapolis (among other adventures).
* This is a “fare dump” with a few alternate dates available.
Best price I found: Thu, Nov 07 to Tue, Nov 12.
Flight Alone: $92. (Normal price: $270.00)
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- Business Class Price:$796
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- Flight + basic hotel: $205 (Normal price: $595.00)
(Price above is per-person and assumes double occupancy. Click here to change to one, three, or four travelers. 5 or more travelers can be changed on Kayak.com)
- Flight plus 4 & 5 star hotels: $270 (Per-person price for one, three, four travelers.)
- Other lodging options: AirBnB or VRBO. Hostels.com or Hostel World.
- Things to do in Minneapolis
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