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This is not a drill.

August 26, 2015

It’s a great time to book a trip to Brazil. It’s slowly becoming spring in the southern hemisphere, destinations are not yet experiencing the Olympics crush, and now you can book as many domestic flights as you want for $299.

Cue the confetti drop.

A new package from Brazil’s largest airline, Azul, offers unlimited flights. The price? $299 for 10 days and $399 for 21 days.

The Azul Brazil Air Pass is on sale until November 30, 2015 and travel must be completed by December 15, 2015, which makes this a relatively last-minute deal for such a bucket list destination.

The deal is specifically aimed at Americans as all trips must begin in the United State and only consists of Azul, or Azul and United, flights.

But is this really a great deal? We did the math: using the IATA Matrix, we scheduled flights from Rio de Janiero to Sao Paulo to Florianopolis to Iguassu Falls—all within 9 days. The total price was $621, or $2,243 real, making the Azul package a great deal–if you’re OK with traveling fast.

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