Norwegian is having a five-day flash sale on flights to the Sunshine State with prices as low as £146.60 each way per person.
Flights are non-stop to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale from London Gatwick.
In Orlando you’ll find theme parks such as Universal Studios and Disney World, and it;s latest attraction – Toy Story Land.
plus attractions like the Orlando Eye, a 400 foot Ferris wheel and Madame Tussaud's with waxworks of Donald Trump and Justin Bieber.
Alternatively, check out the view form above with a sunrise balloon ride or go alligator spotting on a boat ride at Boggy Creek.
Meanwhile Fort Lauderdale is known for its golden sandy beaches and year-round warm temperatures.
Travel dates are between September 1 and October 31.
There are nine weekly flights per week to Orlando with Norwegian, and three flights per week to Fort Lauderdale.
The sale starts today and will run until August 13 at 10.59pm. The prices are seat-only so you'll have to pay extra for your bags, seat selection and and food on board.
Click here to book, and use the code EXTRASUMMER to get the especial prices.
The airline has also recently announced that there is a new twice-weekly service to Tampa, from £175 each way.
Tampa is city of shiny skyscrapers on Florida's Gulf Coast and has been overlooked by Brits for years – who prefer the theme parks of Orlando or pristine beaches of Miami.
But the coastal resort is gaining a reputation for its outdoor lifestyle, historic and cultural offerings and impressive food.
Nature lovers can go paddle boarding in the harbour to try and catch a glimpse of local dolphins, or canoe down the Hillsborough River to look for alligators.
The new route comes just months after the airline launched budget flights to Chicago and Austin, Texas, as well as the airline’s launch of Singapore last September and Buenos Aires in February.
The airline also now offers three transatlantic flights a day to New York – meaning Brits could even head over to the Big Apple on a day trip, as Sun Online recently did.
Recently, one of their New York flights crossed the Atlantic in record time with the help of a jet stream.
Sun Online Travel previously revealed that a tourist was sent to prison in Florida after taking seashells from the beach.
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