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Deal alert: Savannah with flights starting at $98

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JetBlue Airways has some deals for flights to Savannah starting at $98 round-trip from New York, Miami, Boston and Nashville.

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We learned about this offer from our friends at Secret Flying. This JetBlue deal is available for travel from February to March.

Deal basics

Airline: JetBlue Airways

Routes: BOS/BNA/JFK/LGA/MIA to SAV

How to book: Directly through JetBlue or through Google Flights

Travel dates: February – March

Related: Maximizing Points and Miles on a Trip to Savannah

Sample flights

The deals below are for Blue Basic seats which only include a standard seat. A carry-on, seat selection and checked bag will each cost an additional fee.

For under $100, travelers on the East Coast can snag a nonstop flight from New York (JFK or LGA) to Savannah (SAV) for $98 round-trip at the beginning of March.

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

From the end of February to the beginning of March, flyers can go from Boston (BOS) to Savannah (SAV) for $161 round-trip. The departure is nonstop, but the flight back to Boston has a layover in New York (JFK).

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

Floridians can head to Savannah (SAV) from Miami (MIA) for $184 round-trip at the beginning of March. The flight includes a stop in New York (JFK) each way.

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

For just over $200, travelers can go from Nashville (BNA) to Savannah (SAV) round-trip. This flight also has a layover in New York (JFK) each way.

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

Maximize your purchase

Pay with: The Platinum Card® from American Express for 5 points per dollar on airfare booked directly with the airline or through American Express Travel (on up to $500,000 on these purchases per calendar year), the Citi Prestige® Card for 5 points per dollar on airfare, the Citi Premier® Card or Chase Sapphire Reserve for 3 points per dollar on air travel, the American Express® Gold Card for 3 points per dollar on airfare when booked directly with the airline or through Amex Travel, or the Chase Sapphire Preferred Card for 2 points per dollar on travel. JetBlue cardholders can use the JetBlue Plus Card for 6 points per dollar on eligible JetBlue purchases, the JetBlue Card for 3 points per dollar on JetBlue or the JetBlue Business Card for 6 points per dollar.

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.

Related: How a quick road trip to Savannah got me Globalist status and a pair of free-night certificates

Bottom line

From its famous pralines to historical architecture and coastal landscape, Savannah is a destination in the South that should not be overlooked, especially at these prices.

Featured image by Adam Goldberg Photography/Getty Images.

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