Updated: 11:06 a.m. Monday, May 18, 2009 | Posted: 12:00 a.m. Monday, May 18, 2009
Fly to Toronto one-way for $100.48
One of the best airfare deals of the year - so far - is a today-only offer from USAirways to Toronto, Ontario.
This is simply one airfare deal that you shouldn't ignore. Throw any superlative at Toronto and seems to suitably fit.
The city is a gem for tourists with a giant range of top attractions, museums, restaurants, music, theater, nightlife, festivals, diverse neighborhoods, and a lovely waterfront setting on Lake Ontario.
According to a recent Global Cities Index, Toronto ranked as the world?s fourth best city to experience culture, behind only London, Paris and New York... Toronto placed 10th overall out of 60 cities (from The Canadian Press).
So grab your passport (required for U.S. citizens arriving by commercial flight) and experience the town this summer or all the way through April 14, 2010 at an amazing one-way sale airfare rate.
USAirway's deal is $68 one-way, or $100.48, including all taxes, fees. Consider this a steal of a deal as regular one-way rates have recently sky-rocketed to close to $400.
This rate is valid seven days a week, based on sale seat availability. Only two blackout dates to avoid: Nov. 29, 30.
Give at least a one-week advance notice of travel.
Airfares are subject to change without notice.
To ensure that this special rate is still valid when you get around to buying tickets, first visit Kayak.com and enter the ATL and YYZ city pairs. Next, start to fill in your travel dates. You should instantly see a calendar pop-up on the right side of your monitor with this $100 rate indicated on specific dates. If you don't see it, try changing your date/month of travel using the pull-down months shown just above the calendar. If you still don't see this rate, it is highly likely that the rate no longer exists. In this case it is suggested that you search for the next best airfare.
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