Frontier has announced 15 routes to Newark (EWR), which means travelers get a $15 fare sale. For travel from November or December through February, you can fly to/from Atlanta, Las Vegas, Miami, Orlando, Phoenix, or West Palm Beach. The specific dates vary, so be sure to check the sale page to ensure you can get the best deal for your trip. Travel is for Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Frontier will of course charge you for pretty much anything besides the seat and your personal item, so be aware of additional costs. Still, this is a pretty good deal depending on how you like to travel. But not only is this a flash sale that ends August 28th, but the fares are already going fast, so act now if it works for you.
How to Book
See Frontier’s deal page for details of each departure/destination city.
Travel dates and blackout dates vary, but start dates range from November 14 & December 10; travel must end by February 12, 2020. Please see each city’s deal for specific dates.
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