Because $19 Flights Are Just Too Expensive…

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I feel a little bad that so many of my recent posts have focused on really low cost airfares instead of using miles (if it’s possible to feel bad about low airfares?!), but sometimes that is just how it goes, so here is one more post about insanely cheap flights.  I mean, insanely cheap.  I mean so low that even my mom was asking how they can take advantage even though they already have several trips on the table.

Yesterday I shared my ongoing shock about being able to fly for just $19 all-in (assuming you have a Frontier Discount Den membership), but sometimes I guess $19 flights are just too expensive.  In order to solve that problem, today only there are $15 flights available from Frontier.

$15 Flights

Here is an example of September availability for $15 flights from Denver to Dallas.

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You have to purchase the $15 fares today (8/19) for travel between 8/26 – 10/14 and there are blackout dates of September 3 – 5 and September 7 – 8 in addition to all Fridays and Sundays.

Examples of $15 Fares:

Atlanta – Cincinnati $15

Atlanta – Indianapolis $15

Chicago – Washington Dulles $15

Cincinnati – Dallas $15

Cincinnati – Washington Dulles $15

Cleveland – Orlando $15

Denver – Salt Lake City $15

LAX – Denver $15

New Orleans – Atlanta $15

Philadelphia – Charlotte $15

Trenton – Charlotte $15

Washington Dulles – Memphis $15

Washington Dulles – Detroit $15

As always, you can have the best of both worlds by using fixed value points from certain cards to take advantage of the low airfare prices while still traveling on points (just make sure you are meeting the minimum point redemption threshold for your card type).

Anyone else inspired to fly for just $15?!

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