Frontier Airlines $29 Sale!

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Frontier Airlines is offering flights for as low as $29 one-way. This is a two-day sale where flights must be purchased by tomorrow, March 25 at 11:59pm ET. Fares are valid for travel April 14 through May 20 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays (Friday and Sunday excluded).

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You’ll need to check various city pairs and dates to see what is eligible and the exact prices as this is a sale of fares “starting at $29”, but there are many routes included (you can check the routes here by using on this Frontier Airline site). The $29 routes include:

  • Austin to/from Chicago O’Hare
  • Washington Dulles to/from Ft. Meyers
  • Cincinnati to/from Ft. Meyers
  • Washington Dulles to/from West Palm Beach
  • Washington Dulles to/from Chicago O’Hare
  • Atlanta to/from Cleveland
  • Bismark, North Dakota to/from Denver
  • Charlotte to/from Trenton
  • Charlotte to Philadelphia
  • Cleveland to Raleigh
  • Atlanta to Orlando
  • Denver to Salt Lake City
  • Cincinnati to Washington Dulles
  • Detroit to Washington Dulles
  • Atlanta to Cincinnati

Unfortunately, Frontier’s website has been horrible lately and I am not able to search any fares to see prices. Awhile ago the Frontier Twitter account suggest clearing your cookies, which I did and it is still not working for me. Hopefully you’ll get better results than I am! Typically when Frontier offers these types of promos, I am only able to find the discounted flight on the outbound and a slightly more expensive flight on the return. Dates are typically limited so I suggest booking now and taking 24-hours to decide if you want to cancel (no fee and the money goes straight back to your credit card). And remember, you can always fly Frontier one way for the $29  (the sale does not require a roundtrip flight) and use your points on another airline for a return.

Any able to find a cheap fare? And anyone else having these website issues!

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  1. Glad to see Frontier got the web page working. Just showing airport codes is a PIA. I did check the St. Louis to Orlando and found the ‘sale’ price is the same as the MCO-STL @$49

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