Book $20 Flights on Frontier Airlines Today!

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Frontier Airlines occasionally comes out with some super insane fare sales, and today is one of those days where you can book all sorts of flights for less than $20 each way! These are the kind of prices that can make it worth it to just plan an impromptu trip to somewhere new. A couple years ago my parents and sister did just that when Frontier made it possible to fly from Houston to San Francisco and back for just $28 each – no miles and points required.

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Flying Frontier is easier than walking uphill in San Francisco!

Frontier is a low-cost carrier where everything is extra, so just factor seat assignments, bag fees, and all of those ancillary expenses you will require into your total cost when deciding if these fares are right for your family. Or, just pack in your personal carry-on item like I recently did and pay only the sub-$20 ticket cost.

Here are some example $20 Frontier fares available today.

  • Austin – Ontario
  • Austin – New Orleans
  • Colorado Springs – Las Vegas
  • Cincinnati – Tampa
  • Las Vegas – Denver
  • Los Angeles – Denver
  • San Antonio – New Orleans
  • San Jose – Las Vegas
  • Providence – Orlando
  • Orlando – Long Island

You can search with a month view to quickly spot the cheapest dates to fly. This sale is available on select dates from 1/29/18 – 3/7/18, but you have to book today.

Have you ever hopped on one of these cheap Frontier fares?

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