Flight Deal: US Destinations For As Low As $25 One-Way

By Parker Diakite


Flights deals to and from destinations across the US have been plentiful this summer and they don’t seem to be letting up anytime soon.

If you’ve missed the flash sales from JetBlue or Southwest, you still have time to snatch a deal with Frontier Airlines. 

From now until Aug. 31, Frontier has flights from various cities for as low as $39 one-way. 

The flights are valid for nonstop domestic travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 

A seven-day advance purchase is required and fares prices this low do not require roundtrip purchase.

Before booking keep in mind that seats are limited with these prices and certain flights and/or days of travel may be unavailable, according to the company website.

Each deal comes with certain travel date restrictions.

Here’s an example of what’s available.

From Atlanta To Raleigh Durham

A trio to Raleigh Durham is priced as low as $25 one-way.   Flights must be purchased by Aug. 7 and the following blackout dates apply: Nov. 22 through Dec. 2, 2019, Dec. 20, 2019, through Jan. 6, 2020, and Jan. 17.

From Raleigh/Durham

Flights to Atlanta start at $25 one-way;  Miami can be purchased for $29 one-way; and travel to Jacksonville, Florida are priced at $39 one-way to and from. All of these flight options can be purchased through November and some deals from Raleigh/Durham go into February of 2020.

From Philadelphia

Flights from Philly to Raleigh/Durham are running for $44 one-way to and from.  This deal is valid from Aug. 7 through Nov.13. The blackout date of Sep. 3, 2019 applies.  

From Chicago

Flights to Austin from Chicago are running for $44 one-way and the same price from Austin back to Chicago.

The deal is valid for travel from Aug. 7 through Nov. 13.

Visit Frontier’s website for more information on this flight deal.

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