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It’s no surprise that there are plenty of airfare deals available today for “Cyber Monday”. But not all deals are created equal. After searching through about 25 airline offers, here are the ones that stood out for me.

Best Low Cost Carrier: Frontier Airlines’ 99% off Base Fares

This offer comes around every so often, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good deal. This time the promo code is CYBER. The discount is on base fares, excluding taxes and fees. It still is capable of knocking off 25% and more from certain fares. Major restrictions include Tuesday & Wednesday travel, flying by March 5, 2020, and certain blackout dates. Sale ends tonight.

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The discount is applied to each fare separately.

Best U.S. Carrier: Delta Domestic & International Deals from Every Region

Delta is offering sale fares from dozens of US cities for global travel. Click on the specific regions for a wider variety of fares than those on the main sale page. Some of the domestic deals are good offers, with sub-$100 fares available. International deals include some hidden gems, like flights from the Pacific Northwest to the Caribbean for well under $500. This sale ends Wednesday giving you 2 extra days to find good flights.

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Jamaica Deals from Delta. Other Caribbean destinations have similar prices.

Best International Carrier: Singapore Airlines Economy & Premium Economy Deals

Singapore Airlines is hosting a Black Friday sale with prices good through Tuesday, December 3. The economy fares are similar to some of the great deals offered by Chinese carriers, with fares like $499 from L.A. to Tokyo.

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But the real steals are the premium economy fares. New York to Singapore in PE for $999 is an absolute steal! Yes you’re booking the “long way” through Frankfurt, but the direct flight is generally only $100 more round trip. I’ve mentioned before how lucrative PE fares can be when earning miles, and these are no exception. Singapore earns miles with United and other Star Alliance partners, plus Alaska Airlines. How do 20,000 Alaska miles for this flight sound?

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There are plenty of options out there, but I’m most excited by these options, especially Singapore Airlines. But whatever you choose you can’t go wrong with great discounts.

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