Ten Cheap Flights You Can Book Today

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Airline miles can open up the world, but sometimes you don’t need miles and award availability to get away, you just need a few dollars. To round out this Valentine’s Day of travel-related things that I love, I want to share then cheap, real, bookable fares that I love and that are available today…just in case you want some inspiration to spend less than you think to explore somewhere new.

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All of these cheap flights were found by playing around in Google Flights by just picking a pair of cities and looking at the flexible date calendar for the cheapest dates to fly.

Another good way to spot cheap fares from your specific city is to put in the origin, the date you want to travel, and then look at the “Explore Map” that will display the cheapest prices and places to fly.

Ten Cheap Flights You Can Book Today

Houston – Orlando for $34

Example travel date: March 3, 2018

Spirit Airlines. If you want to instead fly United, it will cost you $76.  

Houston – Las Vegas for $35 

Example travel dates: February 24, March 3, 2018

Spirit Airlines

Chicago – Orlando for $46

Example travel dates: April 4, 2018

United Airlines

Newark – Miami for $47

Example travel date: April 28, 2018

United Airlines

Houston – San Diego for $47

Example travel date: March 6, 2018

United Airlines 

Dallas – Los Angeles for $50

Example travel date: May 5, 2018

Delta Air Lines

Newark – Las Vegas for $51

Example travel date: March 6, 2018

Spirit

Houston – Seattle for $55

Example travel date: April 12, 2018

Spirit

Austin – Portland for $59

Example travel date: April 12, 2018

Frontier

Denver – Washington DC (Dulles) for $70

Example travel date: April 9, 2018

Frontier 

Boston – Bermuda for $78

Example travel date: May 13, 2018

Delta Air Lines

For $5 additional, you can avoid Basic Economy. 

The ability to fly around the country, or even beyond, for $78 or less each way is something to love for sure.

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