Frontier Airlines One Day Halloween Sale!

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Holy moly, this is a great sale if you happen to want to travel on one of the routes on sale.

For example, you can fly Houston Hobby to Kansas City for $18 each way if you purchase on 10/31 and fly before 12/15.  You can also fly from  Milwaukee to Omaha for $18 each way – “all in”! Check out Frontier’s website for more info or potential routes!  For what it is worth, their website was extremely slow when I just tried it – I would try using Expedia or another third-party website.

Not the most exotic routes, but great deals if you are looking to fly to/from those locations.  I wonder if any other airlines will match this sale??  Houston to Kansas City is actually one of my routes, so I will be paying attention throughout the day!

Of course, there are some terms and conditions:

Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 p.m. Eastern time, October 31, 2011. Fares shown are one way for travel through December 15, 2011 for flights operating on Monday through Saturday. Roundtrip purchase not required. Blackout dates of November 26-27 apply. A 7-day advance purchase applies. Seats are limited at these fares and certain flights and/or days of travel may be unavailable, especially during busy travel periods.

Happy Halloween!

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  1. I love how these airlines run these specials, but yet, when you go to look/book, their websites become completely unresponsive b/c they are overloaded. I really wish they would understand that these offers are going to drive traffic and thus, they should have the bandwidth to support it. Otherwise, it simply leads to frustration amongst their customers and in the end, drives people away. I’ve been trying for 10 mins just to see a calendar. It’s a complete joke in my eyes.

    • @Ryan, I’m with ya! Try using Expedia or something similar. Should be a bit easier for you if the website is now that unresponsive.

  2. How do you figure out which routes are on sale? Do you just have to try them? I don’t see the list of routes spelled out, do you? Thanks for looking out for us!

  3. I clicked on “One Day Sale” then selected my departure city in the “flying from” drop down bar. It then shows me the prices on all routes.

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