Flights from JetBlue and United for under $35: The week's best travel deals

Read on to see how to score a remarkable trip to Ireland in September, a Caribbean cruise in 2017, low-cost nationwide flights, and more.

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An airport worker leads JetBlue planes onto the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York

Book some amazing vacations for now and later with the week's best travel deals. Read on to see how to score a remarkable trip to Ireland in September, a Caribbean cruise in 2017, low-cost nationwide flights, and more.

United Airlines 1-Way Nationwide Fares
Vendor: United Airlines via ShermansTravel
Price: From $35.10
Lowest By: $8
Expires: April 30

Low-cost fares continue to be a trend with this United Airlines deal. This Editors' Choice pick is a current low by at least $8, and with prices from around $35, it beats out budget airlines like Spirit. Depart from major hubs like Las Vegas, Chicago, and Baltimore, among others. Destinations include Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and more.

On the ShermansTravel landing page, click on "" in the top line to see this sale. This price is valid on flights departing from Las Vegas, NV, (LAS) with arrival in Los Angeles, CA, (LAX) on May 3. Book this travel deal by April 30 for travel through May 18. All prices, dates, and booking details were valid at the time of publication.

4-Star Flatiron Hotel Stays in NYC
Vendor: Orbitz via goSeek
Price: From $98.87 via code "SURFSUP"
Lowest By: $10

Plan a trip to New York and book a stay at the Flatiron Hotel. This 4-star hotel is located in the Flatiron District, near the neighborhoods of Chelsea, Greenwich Village, and Midtown. During your stay, check outToshi's Living Room at the hotel, and enjoy some fine dining for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Plus it features live music every night.

Not a member? Click on "Sign Up" in the top right corner to join for free; we found this rate on April 24.

Carnival Cruise 4-Night Western Caribbean Cruise for 2
Vendor: CheapCruises via @TravelDeals
Price: From $318
Lowest By: $20
Expires: April 30

Book this cruise for 2017 now to save big! Tickets aboard this Carnival Cruise for two start from around $318, making it a super affordable escape. While in Key West, take in a sunset at Mallory Square, or see the Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory. In Cozumel, spend a relaxing afternoon at The Money Bar, known for its exceptional views.

It's the top offer on the page; click on "See Details" to select your date. This roundtrip cruise aboard the Carnival Victory departs from Miami, FL, on November 27, 2017 with stops in Key West, FL, and Cozumel, Mexico. This travel deal ends April 30.

6-Night Ireland Flight & Hotel Escorted Vacation
Vendor: go-today via ShermansTravel
Price: From $2,642
Lowest By: $1,525
Expires: April 20

Plan ahead now for an Ireland vacation in September. This Editors' Choice package provides a savings of $1,525, and features some amazing stops like the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher. Capture some memorable photographs in locations like Moll's Gap and Ladies View. This vacation ends in Dublin, but before flying home, be sure to see the Guinness Storehouse, or book a walking tour.

This price is based on departure on September 5 from New York, NY, (JFK) with arrival in Dublin, Ireland, (DUB); other departure cities are available for an additional cost. This deal includes roundtrip airfare; hotel stays in Limerick, Killarney, Dublin; escorted sightseeing by luxury motorcoach; daily breakfast and one dinner; ferry ride on the Shannon; hotel taxes; and more. Book this travel deal by April 20 for stays in September.

JetBlue Airways 1-Way Fares to Las Vegas
Vendor: JetBlue Airways via ShermansTravel
Price: From $33.10
Lowest By: $10
Expires: May 31

JetBlue continues to offer these crazy affordable 1-way fares to Las Vegas. With prices starting from around $33, and departures from locales like San Francisco, Fort Lauderdale, and New York, it's incredibly easy to take a weekend getaway. That's tied with last week's mention as the lowest price we could find for select routes by $10.

On the ShermansTravel landing page, click on "" in the main paragraph to book this deal. This price is valid on flights departing from San Francisco, CA, (SFO) with arrival in Las Vegas, NV, (LAS) on April 26. This travel deal is valid for flights through May 31. All prices, dates, and booking details were valid at the time of publication.

This article first appeared in DealNews.

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