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Flying into Beautiful Secaucus

Secaucus is a shopper's paradise and the birthplace of the outlet mall. Serious bargain hunters love cheap flights to Secaucus for a weekend of tax-free shopping for clothes and shoes from some of America's favorite brands. If you're having trouble finding flights to Secaucus, check out these travel tips to get the best ticket prices, cheapest transportation, and learn where to find budget-priced hotels with the amenities you need for a comfortable trip. Don't forget your comfy walking shoes so you can shop till you drop!
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How Do I Book a Flight to Secaucus?

You'll get the best deals on tickets to Secaucus during the week; like many popular routes, tickets get pricier on the weekends. You can usually find tickets from around $250 round-trip Tuesday through Thursday from major airports around the country. Mid-day flights are also generally cheaper than early morning and late afternoon/evening tickets.

What's the Best Way to Get to and From the Airport?

The city of Secaucus is a transportation hub and connects by New Jersey transit trains to Newark Liberty International Airport and Manhattan, which is convenient if you will be flying into one of the major airports in New York. Trains run regularly from 6 a.m. until midnight, and tickets from Newark run about $12.00. 

Are There Any Nearby Hotels?

There are more than a dozen convenient hotels in Secaucus and you'll love the cheap room rates, especially for a metro area. You can book a budget room for about $80 per night, and a well-appointed room goes for about $125 per night.

What's the Best Thing to Do in Secaucus?

Secaucus is a great home base to explore New York City. It's a short train ride into downtown Manhattan, so you can experience the thrills of the Big Apple without spending all of your budget on a hotel.

Are There Any Additional Travel Tips?

Secaucus itself doesn't have an airport, the closest airports are Newark Liberty and LaGuardia, each about 10 miles away. This means you'll get competitive ticket prices since every major airline flies there. Avoid taxis and stick to trains and shuttles if you don't want sticker shock when you get to your hotel.