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Leave from UK or get to US 1st b4 flying to Jamaica

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Leave from UK or get to US 1st b4 flying to Jamaica


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Basically I want to go to Jamaica and America over the Xmas period this year. Is it generally cheaper for me to leave from here 1st and go straight to Jamaica spend 1 week thier then fly to Miami for a week before leaving to fly home? (London) or would it be a better option to fly to Miami 1st spend a few days thier then kind of do an internal flight (USA-JA-USA) before spending a few days back in Miami before I come home?

Hope I made sense. any advice on this would be appreiciated

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1. Re: Leave from UK or get to US 1st b4 flying to Jamaica

I would guess that the cheapest way of getting to Jamaica would be a package trip direct from UK with the likes of Thomas Cook / First Choice, etc. Of course, no idea if that's what you are looking for - if you don't want accomodation, you might be able to get a flight only deal on a charter flight, or even consider just booking the cheapest accom option and not using it.

From there I would guess it's cheaper to get to MIA and back.

But of course, that's pure speculation! You might try asking on the Jamaica forum - or doing a bit of research yourself first to get a feel for prices.

Edited: 04 March 2010, 20:07
2. Re: Leave from UK or get to US 1st b4 flying to Jamaica

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