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Bahamas deal alert: Fly to Nassau under $300 round-trip on JetBlue

The Points Guy logo The Points Guy 1/18/2022 Liz Ramanand
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If the winter blues are getting to you and you’ve been dreaming of basking in the sunshine on an island getaway, then this deal to the Bahamas might be a good one to take advantage of. JetBlue is offering flights from major U.S. cities to Nassau for under $300 round-trip.

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SecretFlying reported these discounted flights to Nassau. The fares are for travel between January and March. 

Deal basics

Airline: JetBlue Airways

Routes: ATL/BNA/FLL/JFK/ORD to NAS

How to book: Directly through the airline or through Google Flights

Travel dates: January – March

Related: How to book Atlantis in the Bahamas with points and miles

Sample Flights

The fares below are for Blue Basic tickets on JetBlue, which only include a standard seat. You will have to pay extra for a carry-on, checked bag and/or seat selection.

One of the most affordable fares includes a nonstop flight from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) to Nassau (NAS) for $195 round-trip from the end of February to the beginning of March.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights) © The Points Guy (Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

East Coast travelers can snag a direct flight from New York (JFK) to Nassau (NAS) for $239 round-trip at the beginning of March.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights) © The Points Guy (Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

There is limited availability for flights from Atlanta (ATL) to Nassau (NAS) at $257 round-trip. Flexible travel plans are key if you are trying to book this deal, which includes a stop in Fort Lauderdale (FLL) each way.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights) © The Points Guy (Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

There are flights available from Chicago (ORD) to Nassau (NAS) for travel from the end of January to the beginning of February for the price of $274 round-trip with layovers in Fort Lauderdale (FLL).

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We found a $291 round-trip flight from Nashville (BNA) to Nassau (NAS) at the end of January. This route also includes stops in Fort Lauderdale (FLL) each way.

(Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights) © The Points Guy (Screenshot courtesy of Google Flights)

Related: The best ways to fly to the Bahamas with points and miles

Maximize your purchase

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The information for the JetBlue Card, the JetBlue Plus Card, the JetBlue Business Card and the Citi Prestige Card has been collected independently by The Points Guy. The card details on this page have not been reviewed or provided by the card issuer.

Bottom line

As of Jan. 7, the Bahamas has suspended the mandatory RT-PCR testing requirement for vaccinated travelers. If you are vaccinated and have been dreaming of visiting the Bahamas and perhaps relaxing at Baha Mar resort in Nassau, this is your chance to book a discounted flight.

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