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Thanksgiving Celebrations - Discounted Flights & Travel Deals

The annual Thanksgiving celebration around the United States is a holiday that is eagerly anticipated by the people, especially children. It is a time when families and friends come together to thanks to each other and to reflect and appreciate what they have. This is a special occasion to meet with the loved ones wherever they are living in the country. Thanksgiving Day in the United States is also accompanied by a wonderful spread of food and drink that often feeds families for days after the celebration. Americans enjoy the holiday with sumptuous feasting which comprises of turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce and a myriad of side dishes. Thanksgiving Day always falls on the last Thursday of November and workers across the nation rejoice on having a day off to spend with friends and family.

Thanksgiving history dates back to 1621 when the Pilgrims first landed in America in what is now present day Plymouth, Massachusetts. The Pilgrims set aside three days to give thanks to God for assisting them in their journey over from England and to show their appreciation for the Native Americans who helped them survive the first winter in the New World. After the first successful harvest, the Pilgrims wanted to thank the Native Americans for their assistance in settling in to the new area. The Wampanoag Indians had assisted the settlers in foraging for food and taught them how to catch different types of fish and how to harvest on the soil that was different from their home land. This celebration continued to grow each year and was officially proclaimed a holiday in 1863 by the then President Abraham Lincoln.

Amongst the many Thanksgiving holiday traditions of cooking up a large feast and celebrating with friends and family, there are other traditions around the USA that attract visitors. Football has become intertwined with the holiday and high school rivals play on Thanksgiving morning in what is often the most anticipated game of the high school season. The National Football League also schedules two professional games on Thanksgiving so Americans can enjoy the action after their meal. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is also a delight with the department store sponsoring the incredible annual parade that includes floats, musical entertainment, marching bands and dancers. Taking children to this parade is one of the best Thanksgiving activities as well as creating pilgrim outfits, playing a family game of football in the backyard and crafting Thanksgiving decorations.

No matter, whether it is the Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth, Massachusetts or the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, the Thanksgiving holiday is a joyous and momentous occasion for the people. These are the two most popular destinations for the Thanksgiving festivities with a lively atmosphere and a schedule steeped in tradition. The Plymouth area is surrounded by history and is the ideal spot to experience Thanksgiving just like the first Pilgrims did.

Terms and Conditions - Fares are round trip, Fares incl. all fuel surcharges and taxes. Tickets are non refundable, non transferable, non-assignable. Name changes are not permitted. Fares are subject to change without notice. Fares subject to availability. There is an additional $30-$50 weekend surcharge each way. There is a higher probability of seats being available at this fare on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday. Certain Blackout dates may apply. Holidays & Weekend travel may have a surcharge.Other restrictions may apply.