Roundtrip Nonstop Flights to Myrtle Beach

Rebeka Bischoff

Deal Expert

Nonstop flights from across the U.S. to Myrtle Beach rarely climb above $150 roundtrip.

The Deal

Myrtle Beach and its 60 miles of shoreline are appealing for numerous reasons, not the least of which is the fact that it can be super affordable to fly to this South Carolina beach town. Several low-cost carriers fly into Myrtle Beach, keeping flight prices very low. Current fares are as low as $35 roundtrip, a savings of up to $150.

These are not part of an official sale and prices may change within the next 24 hours. We recommend booking soon to lock in this deal.

At time of publish, we found these sample nonstop roundtrip fares on American and Spirit Airlines for one-week trips August-September from the following cities.

These fares come with restrictions and extra fees, including for seat selection and carry-on bags. American Basic Economy fares include a free carry-on.

How to Book:

  • Click on your departure city to search availability and fares on Google Flights
  • Click on the departure date field to see the calendar with the lowest priced travel dates
  • Choose your travel dates, preferred flights and fare option
  • Click “Select” (or “Continue” on mobile) to book directly with American or Spirit

Book by Aug. 10.

* Other terms and conditions may apply. Check airline website for full details on added fees for seat selection and baggage.

Change without Fees:

For American Airlines: Book now to save; you can change your travel plans prior to departure with no fees. Applies to bookings made now through Sept. 8. Customer cancellations result in a credit that can be used for future travel; if the fare is higher, the customer must pay the fare difference. For American Airlines’ full list of policies, click here. For further assistance, call 1-800-433-7300.

For Spirit: Book now to save; you can change your travel plans prior to departure with no fees. Customer cancellations result in a credit that can be used for future travel; if the fare is higher, the customer must pay the fare difference. For a full list of policies, click here.