As is the case with many airlines in the US, Southwest launched their weekly sale and others followed suit with similar deals. If you want cheap travel to cities around the US, you should be able to find it with one of the sales below.
Airfare Sales Around the US
Just remember that what you get with the price will range from bare minimum to being able to get 2 free checked bags (Southwest!).
Southwest Sale – Starting at $39
Here are the details for the Southwest sale:
- Book from October 3 through October 5, 2017, 11:59 p.m. in the respective time zone of the originating city.
- Domestic travel valid October 17,2017, through May 23, 2018. International travel valid October 17 through December 13, 2017, and January 9 through March 1, 2018.
- Domestic travel blacked out November 21-22, November 26, December 22-23, December 26-27 and December 30-31, 2017.
The cheapest city pairs are Los Angeles – Las Vegas and Long Beach – Las Vegas at the $39 price one way. From there, it goes up to $49 and higher for other cities.
Frontier Airlines Sale – Starting at $29 (for Frontier Den members) or $39 for non-club members
Here are the details for the Frontier sale:
- Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm Eastern time on Oct. 4, 2017
- Valid for domestic, nonstop travel Oct. 24, 2017 through Mar. 7, 2018
- The following blackout dates apply: Nov. 22, 2017, Nov 25-26, 2017, Dec. 16, 2017 – Jan. 3, 2018 and Feb. 16-19, 2018.
- Fares are valid Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday (unless otherwise noted for that particular city – see the link below)
Alaska Airlines Sale – Starting at $49
- Purchase by 11:59 pm (PT) on October 9, 2017
- and at least 21 days prior to travel
- All travel is valid Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays
- Valid from October 24, 2017 – November 15, 2017
Obviously, the Southwest sale has the greatest scope of destinations and prices. But, make sure you give these other sales a glance also if they happen to service airports you are flying into.
My limited experience with Frontier has not left me as a fan, at least for bookings months in advance. But, if you can get a ticket dirt-cheap (can often be found from airports like Chicago or Denver), it could be worth it for you! In the end, the inconvenience was worth it for me. 🙂
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