US Airways: Newark/Chicago/Boston/Philadelphia – San Juan, Puerto Rico. $235 – $248. Roundtrip, including all Taxes and Fees

Here’s a nice deal to San Juan. Go for a nice quick beach getaway and get a tan before it gets really cold.

San Juan, Puerto Rico Photo: apium, used under Creative Commons License (By 2.0)

Sample Date:

  • November 1st – 4th. Valid for travel until November 15th. Use flexible month search to find exact availability.


  • Chicago: ORD – PHL (Philadelphia) – SJU (San Juan) – CLT (Charlotte) – ORD
  • Boston: BOS – PHL/CLT – SJU – PHL/CLT – ORD
  • Newark: EWR – CLT – SJU – CLT – SJU


  • 4,328 miles or 5.7 cents per mile. US Airways is partners with Continental and United. You will receive 100% mileage credit with them.


  • Use dates found on and book
  • US Airways’ cancellation policy here
  • If you use a MasterCard, you will receive up to 1,000 bonus miles for booking on – Details


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