Top 5 places to fly for $100 in the US

It’s time for a weekend getaway, a little recharge before the holidays. You know, a little “me” time before you splurge on gifts for others. First, treat yourself! It’s not selfish, it’s self love. You’ll be in a better mood and ready to give when you come from a mini vacay.

If you’re looking for a way to score the cheapest airfare, check out How to get cheap flights. We looked up different major cities and the cities we chose were always around 100 bucks.

1. Chicago

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This Windy City has tons to do. To name a few, Willis Tower and Cloud Gate are main attractions you can explore. However, if you’re visiting this time of year make sure you bring a heavy coat, scarf, and gloves to keep warm.

2. Atlanta

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Atlanta is one of the world’s elite tech cities. Take a tour of the CNN head quarters where you can get a behind the scenes look. Here you can visit the world of Coca Cola. Create zen when you walk through the famous Atlanta Botanical Garden. Fill up your belly with a Southern Food tour.

3. Dallas

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Relax in a rooftop pool and take in the city skyline while sipping mimosas. Now that it’s slightly off season this is one of the best times to visit this pool. Get your Instagram worthy pics for half the price. While you’re there go check out the Dallas Cowboys.

4. Denver

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Festivals, wine tastings, and food is what brings us to chilly Denver. Visit one of the many whiskey and spirits distilleries.

5. Tampa

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With the weather still in the 80’s the possibilities are endless. Enjoy a bike ride on the river walk. The river walk has a beautiful view of the skyline and attractions for everyone. Treat yourself to a dolphin cruise. Not only will you see dolphins but you’ll see different islands and multimillion dollar homes. Being on a cruise alone is reason enough.

Wherever you decide to go make it an adventure. Explore a new city. Live like the locals for a few days and just relax. Vacations don’t have to be expensive and they don’t have to be long. Get away for a weekend and take some time for yourself.

Veronica and Jose

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