It’s not too late! 5 last-minute Atlanta travel deals for New Year’s Eve

If you think it’s too late to make travel plans for New Year’s Eve, think again. You can still snag a deal before the ball drops.

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Whether you’re interested in hanging out on the beach or playing in the snow, there are a few reasonably priced flights up for grabs. 

Here are some of the top last-minute trip deals for New Year’s Eve, courtesy of Priceline and Expedia:

Flights

Atlanta to New Orleans

In the mood for some Cajun food and festive music? Stay close to home and head to New Orleans. Priceline has last-minute deals for as little as $263 roundtrip from the ATL. You can make your way to the French Quarters and ring in the new year on Bourbon Street.

Atlanta to New York 

Visit the Big Apple to experience the ultimate ball drop. Be among the thousands who will flock the streets of Times Square to count down to 2019. Prices for roundtrip flights start at around $378 on Expedia.

Atlanta to Miami

If you’re looking for some fun in the sun, head further south to Miami. Act fast to snatch up a deal for a little more than $200, according to Priceline, and spend your New Year’s Eve watching fireworks on South Beach. 

Atlanta to Las Vegas

Hit the slot machines for the holidays. Luckily, you don’t have to gamble on a deal though. You can snatch up a roundtrip flight for about $279 to $322, according to Expedia

Atlanta to Washington, D.C.

Celebrate the new year in the nation’s capital. Even with less than two weeks to spare, Priceline has a roundtrip route out of Atlanta available for about $292.

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