$1 + Tax Flights to Mexico and Caribbean!

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I feel like a broken record continuing to shout from the roof tops (or type from my keyboard) about the deals coming out from Frontier Airlines, but they just keep getting better.  Thank low fuel prices, off-season travel, low cost mentality, etc. but these deals are fan-tas-tic. 

Domestic Flights From $15 All-In:

First, they are running their $15 one-way fares again on very select dates in the first two weeks of October from lots of cities including (but not at all limited to):

 Okto-BEAR-Fest and so much more

Houston – San Francisco $15

Houston – Philadelphia $15

Austin – Chicago $15

Austin – Las Vegas $15

Seattle – Denver $15

New York – Miami $15

Washington Dulles – Orlando $15

Atlanta – Las Vegas $15

San Francisco – Chicago $15

Los Angeles – Denver $15

New Orleans – Atlanta $15

Mexico and Caribbean From $1 + Taxes/Fees:

But, because domestic travel for $15 all-in each way just wasn’t awesome enough, now there is travel to Mexico and the Caribbean from $1 + taxes/fees.  With taxes and fees these flights seem to start at around $40 one-way on the lowest priced dates!  The available dates for these flights are slightly more varied that then $15 domestic flights.

Puerto Vallarta – Denver

Punta Cana – Philidelphia

Punta Cana – Chicago

Montego Bay – Philadelphia

Cancun – Denver

Cancun – Philadelphia

Cancun – St. Louis

Cancun – Cleveland

Head to Montego Bay from $1 + taxes fees ($73 all-in)

Head to Montego Bay from $1 + taxes fees ($73 all-in)

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).

Please tell me someone got in on one of these deals!

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