Flights to Miami and Phoenix for under $900 return

Stephanie Yip 3 April 2017

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Spend summer in the USA at these two sun shiny hotspots.

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United Airlines is taking Aussies to the US for a steal this May and June with return flights for under $900. These prices are on departures from Sydney or Melbourne but there are flights from Brisbane, Hobart and Adelaide.

The destinations? Miami and Phoenix.

They're two super sunny cities in the US, making them ideal for escaping Australia's winter blues. Miami is naturally a haven for water babies and beach bunnies with palm-tree-lined boulevards and powder soft sands, while Phoenix is a cultural and outdoor activity mecca brimming with museums, golf courses and popular mountain hiking paths.

Starting round trip prices for each city are as follows:

Australia to Miami

Australia to Phoenix

As a bonus, United also has cheap flights to Cancun on offer during this sale period with prices from Melbourne starting at $1,081 return and from Sydney starting at $1,094 return.

United is currently leading the way for cheap flights to Miami and Phoenix. If you'd prefer to fly with another airline, the next cheapest option on similar dates is with China Southern and Delta Airlines for $1,200+.

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