|Popular in||December||High demand for flights, 10% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||July||Best time to find cheap flights, 4% potential price drop|
|Average price||$163||Average for round-trip flights in March 2021|
|Round-trip from||$63||From Las Vegas to Atlantic City|
|One-way from||$36||One-way flight from Las Vegas to Atlantic City|
LAS - PHL
$176 - $336
44.6 - 87.8 °F
2.36 - 4.49 inches
Best Time to Fly to Atlantic City
Whether you’re looking to bask in the summer sun on the Jersey Shore or enjoy the snowy dunes along the boardwalk in the wintertime, there’s no wrong time to book your flight to Atlantic City
Join the plethora of beachcombers who are booking trips to Atlantic City between the months of May and September. Summertime is the busiest time of year for booking Atlantic City flights, so be sure to plan accordingly and make those hotel and flight arrangements months in advance.
Cheap flights to Atlantic City are plentiful in the winter months (December to February), when coastal winds chill the Jersey Shore. Take a plane to Atlantic City in for the Atlantique Spring Festival. The festival, which is the largest of its kind in the world, showcases art, antiques and collectibles that hail from each continent. Atlantic City cheap flights are common in the transitional seasons of spring and fall: The sun is out and the weather is pleasant, making for excellent conditions for a walk on the boardwalk when it’s free of the sunbathers that cover it during the high season.
Courtesy of its northeastern seaboard location, Atlantic City is an ideal summer (June to August) destination with comfortable temperatures cooled by the ocean breezes resting on average around 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters in Atlantic City are frigid and snowy with temperatures on average resting just below freezing at 35 degrees Fahrenheit.
When you land in Atlantic City, either take a taxi downtown or get a ride on the TransIT Link. The city is so small that you won’t really need transportation to get around. For a fun blast from the past, try taking an old-fashioned rolling chair down the boardwalk. You can also get to Atlantic City from another major city, like New York City or Philadelphia, on Greyhound and Capitol Trailways buses.
Atlantic City has been a favorite seaside resort for tourists up and down the Eastern coast since the second half of the 19th century. The boardwalk, which today extends at just over 4 miles, was built in 1870 and has become a timeless icon for leisure and fun in the sun. Atlantic City’s Ocean Pier is the first seaside amusement pier and was built in 1882.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, be sure to stock up on boxes of salt water taffy before your Atlantic City flight home. Salt water taffy was discovered in Atlantic City after a batch of taffy was tainted by the waters of an ocean flood in 1883. Head to James Salt Water Taffy on the Boardwalk to sample some of the local candy.
Spend some of the cash you saved on your cheap flight to Atlantic City at one of the slot machines along the boardwalk! Known as “the Las Vegas of the East”, Atlantic City is a shore-side gambler’s paradise with its plethora of casinos and gaming establishments. Stop into the Trump Taj Mahal or the Tropicana before your return Atlantic City flight to cash in your chips!
Stones engraved with the names of each Miss America crowned since the inception of the pageant in 1921 line Michigan Avenue, and a statue of Bert Parks, the pageant’s longtime TV host, stands just outside of the offices of the Miss America Organization.
The boardwalk and other famous sights from Atlantic City may seem familiar due to their cameos in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. Two of Paul Newman’s most notable credits, “The Color of Money” and “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” either mention or have scenes integral to story taking place in Atlantic City. “Beaches”, the beloved chick flick, prominently features a curly-topped Bette Midler and Atlantic City’s boardwalk as the site where the two main characters meet. Rent “Empire Records”, “Ocean’s 11” or “Rounders” for some Atlantic City scenes.
Looking for the perfect souvenir to pick up before your return Atlantic City flight? Pick up Mattel’s classic board game, Monopoly, for a recreational reminder of Atlantic City’s streets! Atlantic City was used as the model for the original American version of Monopoly.