Fly This Week for Just $15!

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Bored?  Need a change of scenery?  Want a last minute adventure?  Want to brag about flying for $1 + taxes/fees?

Frontier has you covered with $15 all-in flights for travel this week and next starting today through September 16, 2015 on select dates.  If I wasn’t basically home-bound taking care of a little one right now I would very seriously consider a last minute $30 round trip trip from Houston to Denver or Philadelphia!

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I’m not going to list all the routes, but instead head here to see if your city is included.  No “Discount Den” membership or coupon code is required for these fares.  Since the base airfare price is only about $1 on these flights, don’t expect to really ever see them cheaper!

Keep in mind that Frontier is a “low cost carrier” that charges extra for everything, but if you know you are going to spend money on bags, seat assignments, and potentially might want to change/refund your flight then you can consider their “the works” package that includes all that and more for an additional $49.  Of course, if you weren’t going to need most of those features anyway then that isn’t a good deal and you should just pack in a small bag and enjoy your $15 total.


As always, you can have the best of both worlds with these great sales 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).

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