Spirit Airlines begins flying out of Manchester today and has set up a huge flip flop for you to take a pic with before you begin your trip!

Flights out of Boston, Spirit Airlines has flights to Florida for $23 dollars one way!  What?!  True statement!  If you want to go round trip, it'll cost you all of $53!  That is cheap, cheap, cheap!  If you fly out of Manchester, it won't cost you much more - a whole $61, per the quote I got from their website. 

Spirit Airlines also just added Miami to their list of destinations.  If you want to go there, the price goes up.  Not that far from Ft. Lauderdale, but much more in demand if the price is any indication.

Just as the weather is getting colder, I am thankful that I have this option in my life.  Honestly, what would be better than coming in on Monday morning and telling your co-workers that you took a little jaunt down to Florida.  I mean, think about it.... if you go out for dinner and drinks on a Friday night, you're gonna drop $100 easy!  If you buy tickets to Florida at these prices, comparatively speaking, you'll have money left over!  I mean, you'd have to sleep on the beach, but it's nothing that you haven't done in the past.  Enough time has gone by and you can admit it.  :)

Happy Flying!

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