1 Day Only: Frontier Flights from $19!

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Frontier Airlines runs some pretty great airfare sales with regularity, but the sale today is worth mentioning as flights are as low as $19 each way (there are also $29, $39, and $49 fares).  The sale also includes a variety of routes, some that seem like pretty fun and popular routes in the spring to me.  The travel dates vary some by route, but at most span from April 21 – May 13th.  If you are interested in a flight, I would purchase sooner rather than later as availability is limited!

Frontier $19 Sale

A few example sale routes are:

Cleveland to Raleigh-Durham $19

Denver – Dallas $19

Atlanta – Miami $19

Atlanta – Austin $29

Cleveland – Orlando $29

Denver – Houston $29

Denver – Seattle $39

Las Vegas – Austin $39

Washington Dulles – Las Vegas $49

Houston – Philadelphia $49

Denver – Orlando $49

Frontier Sale

Note that the return flight may well price higher than the segment that is on sale, but your overall price should still be very low for a round trip ticket.  You could also look to use miles for the return if you don’t find a price as low as you wish.

Remember you can use points from a card like the Barclaycard Arrival Plus™ World Elite MasterCard® to pay for the flights, but the total charge has to total at least $25 to be eligible for points reimbursement.  Also remember that Frontier is a low-cost airline so expect to pay extra for everything from seat assignments to bags to on-board sodas.  However, at these prices you should still come out well ahead!

Anyone book a very inexpensive springtime getaway?

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Comments

    • Sure, just make sure the total transaction you want to use points for is at least $25. What a good problem to have, right?! 😉

    • No way to know but June generally has higher demand so wouldn’t shock me if the sales aren’t as good.

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