Here’s a quick post for you: Until 11:59pm on September 19th, you can get Frontier fares from as low as $20! If you want to search fares from your city, click here
It looks like there are a bunch of routes on sale for $20, here are six examples:
NOTE: You must be a member of Frontier’s Discount Den to get the lowest sale prices. Membership in the Discount Den program costs $49.99 a year.
Here are the terms for this sale:
- Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm Eastern time on Sep. 19, 2018. Fares are valid for nonstop domestic travel, Mondays through Saturdays; through Dec. 15, 2018. The following blackout dates apply: Nov. 16-26, 2018. 7 day advance purchase applies.
Fares are one way and do not require round trip purchase.
Discount Den fares are only available at FlyFrontier.com to members of Discount Den.
Fare(s) shown includes all transportation fees, surcharges and taxes, and are subject to change without notice. Seats are limited at these fares and certain flights and/or days of travel may be unavailable. Conclusion
Different routes have different rules, restrictions and available dates, so check your route for the fine print. As a reminder, Frontier is a low-cost airline, so be prepared to pay for food, bags, seats etc., though I have had pretty good luck with a simple strategy for how to get a good seat on Frontier for free – check it out if it helps
If you’re traveling Frontier with a family, check out these 6 tips for flying Frontier with a family but watch out for the huge problem flying Frontier. And if you get a schedule change, check to see if you might get a $50 or $100 voucher for a Frontier schedule change!
Remember, Frontier recently changed their elite program to be much more family friendly, including offering something that no other airline credit card offers. You can also get elite status with only 2 flights during their current status challenge.
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