Our arsenal of top flight deals this week benefited tremendously from some overnight fare drops from United and Spirit Airlines. Fly.com’s fare experts uncovered a variety of international and domestic flights. Here are some of our favorites:

Flights to San Jose, Costa Rica

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Costa Rica is one of our most-searched international destinations for a reason. The country is filled with lush rainforests, national parks (popular ones include Manuel Antonio and Arenal Volcano) and great beaches (snorkeling and diving in reefs is a very popular activity). Last week, CNN profiled top natural hot spring jungle resorts in Costa Rica, offering great ideas for travelers looking for a relaxing vacation. All-Inclusive resorts are always an option as well, although we recommend venturing outside the resort to check out the rainforests and other top attractions.

As for the deals to Costa Rica themselves, the following fares offer savings of nearly $200 on the regular prices and are available into May:

Cheap Flights to Las Vegas

fly.destinations.lasvegas Todays Best Flight Deals for April 11: 3 R/T Flights for Under $100, Costa Rica & Las Vegas

According to a study conducted by the city’s Convention and Visitors Authority, 38.9 million people visited Las Vegas in 2011. The study reveals that travelers spent more money in 2011 on shopping and dining and less on gambling than in 2010. Though the article does not mention airfare, our primary goal at Fly.com is for travelers to spend less on flights in 2012. To that end,here are some of the best flight deals to Las Vegas found this week:

Other Domestic Flight Deals

These top flight deals do not fit into either of the above categories, but are just way too good not to mention:

Note: Just a reminder, all of the above deals are usually available in the opposite direction, so be sure to search.

Craving More Top Flight Deals?

As always, you can keep up with the best deals in the following ways:

Until next time, happy travels and stay tuned for more cheap flights from the fare experts at Fly.com. Don’t forget to enter the Fly.com paper airplane competition for a chance to win some great prizes.

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Matt is an airfare deal hunter, whose amazing finds have been published in AM New York and NYTimes.com. He currently calls New York City home, but frequents Europe and the Middle East. His travels last year took him to Stockholm for $150 and Barcelona for $250 roundtrip, including taxes.
  • http://twitter.com/RobertsTrvlTips RobertsTravelTips

    Do tell how you got those Europe fairs? $150 to Stockholm? that can’t be true?

    • http://www.fly.com/ Fly.com Team

      Good question, @twitter-498293561:disqus . It’s extremely rare to find fares like that. We found it while researching deals to include on our @fly_com:twitter twitter deal feed. Usually fares like that are mistakes by the airlines, so it is important to book them ASAP. Airlines tend to catch their mistake after an hour or two, which is why we always urge our users not to wait when they find a great fare.

      It definitely seems too good to be true, but I attached my itinerary as proof. I actually just returned from Brussels. That one cost $232 roundtrip including taxes.

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    It is a highly informative article. The illustrations make it much more simple to understand. The explanation given is pretty clear. After reading this article I am sure I will be using flights to San Jose to see how it works.

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