Today Only: Book Tons of Flights for Just $14.20

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When a travel deal that catches your eye pops up, my advice is to grab it quickly and don’t look back. There are a very large number of today-only flight deals available thanks to a really big Frontier Airlines sale that they say is featuring their ‘lowest fares of the year’. Given the wide variety of $15 routes available, I’d call that a true statement.

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Today Only $15 Frontier Sale

You need to head to their website, linked above, to see all available $15 routes, but here is a sampling of what you should find available for travel on various dates through May 23, 2018, for just $15 each way.

  • Atlanta – Salt Lake City
  • Austin – San Diego
  • Austin – Charlotte
  • Austin – Philadelphia
  • Chicago – Colorado Springs
  • Chicago – Las Vegas
  • Chicago – Orlando
  • Cincinnati – San Diego
  • Dallas – Denver
  • Denver – Long Island
  • Houston – Denver
  • Long Island – West Palm Beach
  • Portland – Austin
  • Reno – Austin
  • Seattle – Austin
  • Washington Dulles – Tulsa

For less than I spent getting lunch with my family today, I could book a round trip ticket from Houston to Denver thanks to this sale. Spending $28.40 to fly to fly from Texas to Colorado and back is truly insane, and at that price, almost everyone could make it a reality. I don’t care that the flights are on Frontier and everything cost extra. Using today’s sale you can book a family of four to a variety of destinations for about $100 for round trip flights, pack in your backpacks, not spend a penny more than the $28.40 per round trip ticket, and then call it good.

Did you find a $15 Frontier flight that will work for your family?

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Comments

    • I included a screenshot of a flight I priced out IAH – DEN. Houston was not included on the list, but I priced out flights anyway and that is what I found.

    • That one is Seattle – Austin, it may not work both ways. Some routes work both ways, some only work one way.

  1. Thank you so much for posting about this because I forgot about it after I opened their email. I booked a RNO-AUS pair of flights for my mother in law at the end of April so she can come watch our kids while we go to Vegas for a weekend. She’ll get to stay a week and see us for a bit on both ends of our trip too! $15 one way and $39 the other. And then the extras, but still came out way ahead on this one!

  2. I always receive these emails from your blog a day late. For instance, this post regarding Frontier airline one day sale which you posed on Thursday 4/12 didn’t come to my email until around 11 am EST on Friday 4/13. Do you know what I need to do to receive your posts in real time?

    • Jackie, the email batches everything for 24 hours and then sends, so some items in the email can be 23 hours and 59 minutes old. That is done to not overwhelm inboxes as I sometimes post 4-5 times a day. The truth is that for years I didn’t have an email subscription as I don’t think it is the right model to get this timely info, but I got a lot of complaints about not having one so I enabled it.

      The best way to get current info is to check the site once or twice a day or at least follow on social media as I link all posts on Twitter and Facebook. That way you can at least scan the headlines and then click through if it looks timely or interesting. I’m sorry you missed out on this one. Email just is not that good for travel deals, unfortunately.

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