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Sunday, December 17th 2017

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2017
10
December
Toronto to Cancun, Mexico - $267 to $310 CAD roundtrip including taxes | non-stop flights

Cancun, Mexico

Interjet has dropped the price of their non-stop flights from Toronto to Cancun, Mexico down to between $270 and $310 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

Interjet's prices do not include checked luggage, only a personal item and carry-on (max 10 kg).

If you're comfortable booking in Spanish, you can book these flights for $270 CAD roundtrip.

Availability for travel

December 2017
January, February, early March 2018

How to find and book this deal

1. Go to the Interjet website

NOTE: There are also some booking sites on Momondo and Skyscanner showing these for about $22 CAD less than the Interjet website.

2. In the top right corner, change it to EN-CA, to make sure you are on the $CAD version of the website.

3. Search for a flight from Toronto (YYZ) to Cancun, Mexico (CUN)

Try one of the following date combinations:

DEPARTURE dates

Dec 18 -- $185 CAD

Jan 8, 10, 12, 13, 15 -- $185 CAD
Jan 19, 22, 24, 26 -- $185 CAD
Jan 27, 29, 31 -- $185 CAD

Feb 5 -- $185 CAD
Feb 23, 26, 28 -- $185 CAD

Mar 5 -- $185 CAD

RETURN dates

Dec 20, 22, 23, 25 -- $125 CAD

Jan 12, 13, 15, 17, 19 -- $125 CAD
Jan 20, 22, 24, 26, 29, 31 -- $125 CAD

Feb 2, 3, 5, 7 -- $125 CAD
Feb 12, 14, 17 -- $125 CAD

Mar 5, 7, 9-- $125 CAD


screenshot from the Interjet website



If you're comfortable booking in Spanish, you can book these same flights for $270 CAD roundtrip

1. Go to the Interjet website

2. In the top right corner, change it to ES-MX, to make sure you are on the Peso currency version of the website.

3. Search for a flight from Toronto (YYZ) to Cancun, Mexico (CUN)

Try the same dates as shown in the list above.

The price should show up as $3,826 pesos for a roundtrip flight.

If not, you can click on 'Visualiza todo el mes' to open up the calendar view and look for the date combinations that add up to around $3,800 pesos roundtrip.



When booked with a Canadian credit card, $3,826 pesos will work out to $270 CAD roundtrip based on today's exchange rate, and including the typical credit card foreign exchange fee.

You could also open two browsers, and have one open to the English version of the Interjet website, and one open to the Spanish version, to help walk you through it.

NOTE: When you get to the 'Buyer/contact' page and it requires a 5 digit zip code, you can just use any zip code from Mexico. Such as: 00810
(zero, zero, eight, one, zero).

On the payment page, when using Mastercard, Visa, or American Express, I'm not sure if you're able to use Canadian postal codes or not. You may need to use PayPal, which is one of the payment options.

Or you could try the 'postal code to zip code' conversion trick that sometimes works for U.S. websites.

Or if that doesn't work, you can try booking these on the Expedia Mexico website (www.expedia.mx)

Try going to the Expedia Mexico website (www.expedia.mx) and searching for the same dates you found on the Interjet website

I've noticed that although the price appears way higher at first on Expedia, once you get to the confirmation page, the confirmed price drops to a similar price as showing on the Interjet website. (See screenshot below).

It could also be easier to pay through the Expedia site.

NOTE: Once your Expedia search completes, you may need to select 'Directo / non-stop' (only) on the left hand side to see the Interjet flights. I've found I had to do this twice, once for each leg.

screenshot from the Interjet website



screenshot from the Expedia Mexico website



Update 12/10 - There are still some cheap non-stop flights from Toronto to Cancun available in January for $267 CAD roundtrip including taxes

- Follow the instructions in this blog post. Use the dates shown below.

- If you follow the instructions for booking these flights through the Canadian currency version of the Interjet website, you can book them for $312 CAD roundtrip.

- If you follow the instructions for booking these flights through the Pesos currency version of the Interjet website, you can book them for $3,941 Pesos roundtrip, which will work out to $273 CAD roundtrip.

- You can also try searching for these dates on the Flightnetwork website. They are showing them for $267 CAD roundtrip.

DEPARTURE dates -- $184
Jan 15, 24, 26, 27

RETURN dates -- $128
Jan 19, 24, 26
Jan 29, 31
Feb 5

screenshot from Flightnetwork



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6 Responses to "Toronto to Cancun, Mexico - $267 to $310 CAD roundtrip including taxes | non-stop flights "


    Has Grandma's Grandson been here?
       Grandma's Grandson on December 1st, 2017

    Although I don't plan to fly to Cancun at this time, thanks for this interesting post.

    Booking in a currency different than USD or CAD is a big unexplored territory for savings, unfortunately only seldom reported at travel deals sites.
    (Which I totally understand-who has time to do conversion, especially at sites with payment available in 10+ currencies).

    But I would like to encourage fellow travelers to explore this in the future if they are going to grab some deal and inform the community if other currency offers better final price.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on December 1st, 2017

    Thanks Grandson. I'd say it's somewhat rare for booking in another currency to be much cheaper. To the point where trying a bunch of different currencies is often a waste of time. It usually works out to be the same in $CAD. But it does happen sometimes with certain airlines.

    WOW Air is another one, the flights home from Europe priced in their local currency and converted to $CAD are generally cheaper than booking in $CAD.

    Has Jose been here?
       Jose on December 1st, 2017

    Hey Chris,

    When I try to book I Spanish the site won’t accept my Canadian postal code. We’re you able to by pass this?

    Has Chris Myden been here?
       Chris Myden on December 1st, 2017

    Hi Jose, I added some info to the blog post:

    NOTE: When you get to the 'Buyer/contact' page and it requires a 5 digit zip code, you can just any zip code from Mexico. Such as: 00810
    (zero, zero, eight, one, zero).

    On the payment page, when using Mastercard, Visa, or American Express, I'm not sure if you're able to use Canadian postal codes or not. You may need to use PayPal, which is one of the payment options.

    Or you could try the 'postal code to zip code' conversion trick that works for U.S. websites.

    Please let me know if that works. I can't really test it without buying a ticket :)

    Has Machi been here?
       Machi on December 6th, 2017

    Jose, please do let me know if your Canadian postal code works on the Spanish site. Planning to do it as well. Thank you.

    Has Chris_Myden been here?
       Chris_Myden on December 6th, 2017

    Machi: I've heard from a few people who told me they just used a 5 digit postal code from Mexico on the Spanish site on the ''Buyer/contact' page.

    example: 77500 is the postal code for Cancun.

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