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Barcelo Maya and its all-inclusive ease await on the Mexican Riviera.

Haven't taken the time to subscribe to all those great flight deals sites out there? Don't have the patience to shuffle through all the email alerts and offers? We've got nothing but time and patience for you, dear readers, so here's our latest round-up of flight deals to get you up and out of here—at least for the weekend.

Domestic Flights

Southwest Airlines: In celebration of the new Tennessee One, the latest in Southwest's series of 11 various U.S. state-themed planes, the airline is offering deals on its Volunteer State destinations. One-way tickets to Memphis start at $69 and those to Nashville at at $160. Book by March 3.

Frontier Airlines: This week, luck into one-way tickets to Las Vegas starting at $69 (which must be purchased by March 2) and see if you can find a little more luck at the craps tables once you get there.

Spirit Airlines: No one wants to visit our nation's capital in the summer; imagine Houston's humidity with less available air-conditioning and a lot more walking. Instead, take advantage of Spirit's current roster of one-way deals starting at $24.99 for cities including Washington, D.C., Chicago, Denver, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale. Specific travel dates apply.

International Flights

Escape Houston: The local travel deals website to beat all local travel deals website has a doozy of a deal this week: round-trip flights to Beijing and Shanghai for $563 to $613.

Fly.com: The discount website is currently offering a slew of international destinations from Houston, including round-trip tickets to Toronto starting at $458 on United and $717 round-trip flights to Singapore on Air China.

CheapCaribbean.com: Dates are available throughout March and April for several close-to-Texas all-inclusive resort packages that won't set you back too much money or time: four nights (with airfare) at Riu Santa Fe in Los Cabos, Mexico for $499 to five nights (also with airfare) at the Barcelo Maya Beach Resort on the Mexican Riviera.

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