Fun Fall and Winter Routes from $34 On Frontier

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Frontier Airlines is at it again with more crazy low airfares on some pretty fun routes. This time fares start at $34 each way, but the lowest fares are open to all, no Discount Den membership required. There are some routes that I haven’t seen discounted quite this low in a while included, so the list is worth a quick glance if you are in the mood for an inexpensive early fall trip! Some example routes are listed below, but there are dozens and dozens of additional routes available at a discount.


  • Austin – Las Vegas $34
  • Austin – Denver $39
  • Chicago – Tampa $39
  • Cincinnati – San Francisco $34
  • Colorado Springs – Orlando $39
  • Dallas – Denver $39
  • Houston – San Francisco $39
  • Houston – Denver $49
  • New York LaGuardia – Denver $49

How does a three day September $76 round trip flight from hot and humid Houston to cool and breezy San Francisco sound?

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Of course the exact availability dates for the lowest fares will vary a bit by route, but generally the lowest fares will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays with some routes available at these rates into January and February. Selecting the calendar view will help you quickly spot the cheapest dates to travel.

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As always, you can have the best of both worlds by capitalizing on low airfares and using fixed value points from a card to take advantage of the low airfare prices without spending actual cash on the tickets (just make sure you are meeting the minimum point redemption threshold for your card type). Use the promo code 2XMILES to earn double Frontier frequent flyer miles on certain flights through September 30th.


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