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Via a couple of limited time sales, you can fly for as low as $19 one-way.
Frontier Airlines is offering flights today starting at $19 each way for those who are members of their Discount Den. For those not familiar with the Discount Den (I sure wasn’t), it costs $49.99 per year to be a member and you then get access to the “lowest fares”, among other perks you can view here. I’m not thrilled that you have to pay money to book the lowest fares the way Spirit Airlines operates, but it can certainly work out in your favor, especially if you are booking for multiple people.
Atlanta – Orlando $19
Austin – Denver $29
Austin – Las Vegas $39
Chicago – Raleigh Durham $19
Cincinnati – Washington Dulles $19
Dallas – Denver $29
Houston – Phoenix $19
Houston – Las Vegas $39
San Francisco – Las Vegas $19
These fares are valid for travel from 8/18/2015– 11/18/2015 if you purchase by 08/05/2015. Fridays and Sundays are excluded from this offer The following blackout dates apply: Sep. 7, 2015 and Oct. 12, 2015. Price is for Discount Den Members Only
To celebrate their 8th birthday, Virgin America is offering some special fares (ending in the number 8). Tickets must be purchased by 11:59pm CT on Thursday, August 6, 2015 and travel must occur between August 22, 2015 and February 10, 2016 (with blackout dates).
Available fares include:
Dallas – Austin $38
Los Angeles – Las Vegas $38
Las Vegas – San Francisco $48
Los Angeles – San Francisco $58
Portland – San Francisco $68
San Diego – San Francisco $68
If you find a good low cost flight that will work for your travel plans, but want to use points and keep cash in your pockets, remember you can use fixed value points from certain cards.
I’m curious to know what you think of having to join the Discount Den in order to access $19 flights?
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