$15 Flights on Frontier!

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Yesterday I wrote about $19 flights one way on Frontier Airlines, but it seems like they’ve dropped the price today to $15 one way! This is an unbelievable fare sale if you are at a Frontier hub. Similar to yesterday’s offer, this is only for their Discount Den members. This is a one day sale which means you have until end of day today, Wednesday August 19 to purchase your flight, but can travel between August 26 and October 14, 2015. Unfortunately though these cheap fares are not available for travel on Fridays or Sundays.
Screen Shot 2015-08-19 at 10.11.17 AMThe $15 fares are for the following city routes:

  • Atlanta to/from: Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Washington Dulles, Orlando, New Orleans, Philadelphia
  • Charlotte to/from: Philadelphia, Trenton
  • Chicago O’Hare to/from: Washington Dulles
  • Cincinnati to/from: Dallas, Washington Dulles, Atlanta
  • Cleveland to/from: Orlando, Atlanta
  • Dallas Fort Worth to/from: Cincinnati, Denver
  • Denver to/from: Dallas, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles
  • Detroit to/from: Washington Dulles
  • Indianapolis to/from: Atlanta
  • Los Angeles to/from: Denver
  • Memphis to/from: Washington Dulles
  • New Orleans to/from: Atlanta
  • Orlando to/from: Orlando, Cleveland
  • Philadelphia to/from: Atlanta, Charlotte
  • Raleigh/Durham to/from: Cleveland
  • Salt Lake City to/from: Denver
  • Trenton to/from: Charlotte
  • Washington Dulles to/from: Atlanta, Detroit, Memphis, Cincinnati, Chicago O’Hare

Of course the above cities are just the $15 fares, but there are many other discounted fares anywhere between $29 and $69 one way.

Remember, these fares are for Discount Den Members only. This is a yearly paid membership service which gives you plus 6 additional people on your itinerary access to the lowest fares for an entire 12 months. This service costs $49.99 a year and might be worth it depending on if you fly Frontier a good amount. You can check out more about this membership here. I’ll be perfectly honest and let you know that I’ve never flown Frontier so I cannot speak from personal experience if the membership will actually save you money over the course of a year. If you have a flight you are looking to book today for multiple passengers it could pay for itself in just this one reservation. Remember though, since you can book up to 6 passengers only ONE person needs to actually have the membership, not all people flying!

Anyone able to grab any cheap flights? If so, enjoy!

 

Comments

  1. We have done the Detroit to Dulles flight on Frontier. It was better than Spirit. Nothing to complain about on my end. It was cheap, clean, on time and I would do it again! That being said you pick your seat, pay for it and stay there. Don’t think that you can move to another open seat like in the exit row. They will ask you to move back to your seat, you are not that special even if you did try it 2x….

  2. There seems to be a little bit of bait and switch involved; I checked flights from New Orleans to Atlanta, and found a fair bit of $15 availability outbound, but return fares in August and September could only find $39/$59 fares

  3. .Even if your correct, its still a great deal at $54 or $74 round trip. I did see departing and returning flights on some of the $29 cities. Now not with this sale but my brother bought tickets for his family of 5 from Philadelphia to Houston for $49 each way. Even with the Discount Den membership and seats it turned out to be only $125 roundtrip per person. This was a great deal and a very good value for him while he’s pinching pennies saving to buy a new house in TX.

  4. what happened to the STL flights to Ft Myers RSW. Before Southwest bought you we would do this flight several times a year along with at least 20 other friends. Now we fly Allegiant out of Mid America to Punta Gorda. What happened???????

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