Frontier $19 Fares!

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Frontier Airlines is offering flights for as low as $19 one-way. This is a one-day sale where flights must be purchased by tonight (April 7, 2015) at 11:59pm ET. Fares are valid for travel April 21 through May 13, although some routes have different availability.

Frontier SaleYou’ll need to check various city pairs and dates to see what is eligible, but I have the $19 fares listed (you can check all the routes here by using on this Frontier Airline site).

  • Atlanta – Philadelphia
  • Atlanta – Miami
  • Atlanta – Indianapolis
  • Atlanta – New Orleans
  • Atlanta – Orlando
  • Atlanta – Cincinnati
  • Cleveland – Raleigh-Durham
  • Denver – Salt Lake City
  • Denver – Minneapolis
  • Denver – Las Vegas
  • Denver – Dallas
  • Washington DC (Dulles) – Cincinnati

Like most other Frontier sales, I am able to find the cheap fare on the outbound, but not on the return. While the return flights can be 3x the amount, it can still make for a discounted roundtrip flight! Or, fly Frontier on the outbound flight and find another airline or use miles for the return.

Frontier Sale

Availability for Atlanta to Miami

Like most deals, dates are 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).

While the Frontier website is now working for me (it was having some serious issues for a month or so), for some flights after I select the date, it shows me that all flights are sold out. While it shows the $19 fare price on the right hand side, it will not let me continue. I am not quite sure what is going on, but it is very frustrating! If you cannot get it to work, I suggest closing your browser and trying again. Goodluck!

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