By January 8, 2009 Read More →

Airfare Price Buster

One of our readers just found some terrific air pricing for our Turks & Caicos trip this year. Non stop from Philadelphia for $286.00.

If you are considering joining us, this fare is fantastic and I would jump on it right away.

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  1. Gabrielle says:

    What would be the cost for additional children?

  2. John says:

    Airfares fluctuate daily. The price she found was for an adult or a child, so that number times how many are traveling. If you want a current fare, please give me a call (or shoot me an email) letting me know your airport and I can get it for you. 888-277-8543 john at singleparenttravel.net

  3. Kerry says:

    are there any vacation packages that you know of that includ airfair? because at this point all the all inclusives for two adults i have forund do and they are cheaper that the single parent months….so how is this a deal?

  4. John says:

    We do not include air because there are so many variables involved and we have families coming from all over the country.

    If you need a price including air, please send an email info@singleparenttravel.net or give us a call 888-277-8543.

    The pricing for the Mexico, Jamaica and Antigua trips is the lowest pricing available for the dates specified for the resorts specified. We do monitor pricing and if they go lower, we will adjust. Also, our pricing is all inclusive of taxes transfers and fees.

  5. Eric says:

    Kerry, I have been booking with John and Single Parent Travel for two years now. I’ve always done my research beforehand and I have not found any cheaper airfares or bookings for identical resorts and weeks as of yet. I even booked the Grand Pineaple Antigua resort last year when I was at Beaches in Jamaica thinking I was getting a “book early” deal, but John’s price is actually lower than booking at the resort…

    I can also say that booking the week that other single parents is invaluable. It’s awesome seeing others that you know at the resort, even just to say ‘hi’ as your passing by on the way to a late breakfast…And, when our kids get lost because we’ve given them a little freedom, it’s nice to know that they might be spotted by someone who knows them and can help find them they way…

    Eric