Everyone would love the chance to travel the world, but there are often a few roadblocks that prevent us from doing so. One is finding the time to do so, one is finding the money, and the other is actually picking a place to start off at.

One time of the year that seems to be a bit bone dry when it comes to people heading off on their travels is March. It's the sort of 'first quarter' month that doesn't really feature all too many holidays or important landmarks unless your birthday happens to land in it.

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Today, we've decided to dig through the depths of the world wide web and pull out a few bargain deals for Americans that are looking to jet off on their holidays for an early getaway.

The month of March can be an incredibly profitable time to be a little bit impulsive and while you may have some concerns about dropping everything and flying halfway around the world or even halfway around the country, remember: you only live once.

Memories last forever.

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Boston to London - $295

If you're sick and tired of the Boston streets, why not swap them for something a little bit more 'out there' - by going across the pond and checking out London, England. It's one of the most visited cities on the planet and once you've spent just a few hours there it quickly becomes apparent as to why that is the case.

You'll be flying with Norwegian Air and while it may seem like an odd airline to be traveling with, trust us when we say that they are the most effective and enjoyable 'cheap' airline there is out there. The dates are set from March 10th to March 17th, ensuring that you'll get a full seven days to check out what the English capital has to offer.

New York to Barcelona - $285

Sometimes the quickest trips are the very best and in this instance, we're proposing a three-day extravaganza in the beautiful Spanish city of Barcelona. While a week-long adventure may not cost much more at $315 with Iberia from March 10th to March 17th, you'll be able to save $30 by booking with Norwegian Air for $285.

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Of course, the difference in vacation time is notable as you'll be going from March 2nd to March 5th. In a bizarre way, we actually enjoying how concise that period of time is because it forces you to go out and explore as opposed to spreading things out. It's as hectic as it sounds, but it's also the definition of an impulsive adventure.

Denver to Calgary - $95

The high altitude lifestyle over in Denver can be a lot to handle sometimes and while it may seem like a holiday destination in its own right, some locals want the chance to escape and try out something new. In this instance, that 'something new' comes in the form of a visit to the Great White North in order to check out what Calgary has to offer.

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From the famous tower to the sporting culture to the insane hiking tours which can be found not too far away from the city itself, there's a lot to see and do. The flight would be with Frontier Airlines from March 7th to March 14th, and if you don't want a whole week there, you could always hop on a train and check out what else you can find across the Canadian land.

Miami to San Juan - $95

Miami is a city full of culture but when you're located right next to a series of other fascinating nations, it would be outright wrong not to explore them. One such example is none other than Puerto Rico, with the capital city of San Juan always offering up a range of really unique tourist attractions - with the bars and beaches often taking center stage.

The flight is also done in association with Frontier Airlines but American Airlines isn't all too far behind with the average price coming in at a steal of $95. If you go from March 3rd to March 10th it may not give you too much time to prepare but once you've arrived on the ground, you'll have days to get used to your new surroundings.

Atlanta to Orlando - $55

Atlanta is such a huge hub within the context of the United States, both in terms of aviation and cultural relevance. Of course, Orlando is known for being an overwhelmingly popular holiday destination, and you can trust us when we say that it's just as impactful in March as it would be in July.

You can mix and match with Frontier and Spirit Airlines for the insanely low price of $55 which will give you eight days of fun and relaxation from March 2nd to March 10th.

From Disney to Universal and beyond, it's a no brainer.

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