$15 Flights with Frontier’s Cyber Monday Deal

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Frontier Airlines is offering a Cyber Monday deal with NO BLACKOUT DATES! Fares are “as low as” $15 for den members and “as low as” $19 for everyone else.

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This fare sale runs for flights booked by end of day tomorrow for travel December 7, 2015 through April 4, 2016. Remember, this is a “starting at” sale, so there are a few select routes that will actually be as low as $15/$19.

For example, I did find Indianapolis to Orlando to offer $15 flights (or $19 for non-den members) many days of the week in January.Screen Shot 2015-11-30 at 6.40.14 AMAnother extremely cheap route I found (although not $15 one-way) was flights from New York (LaGuardia) to Miami. This is an extremely popular time to head South and if you are a select den member you can fly for less then $100 roundtrip.

Screen Shot 2015-11-30 at 6.27.36 AMFor those that are wondering what this Discount Den membership is all about, it is a yearly paid membership service where Frontier 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. If you have a flight you are looking to book today for multiple passengers it could pay for itself in just this one reservation.

While this could definitely be a good fare sale for some, I was actually expecting a little more from Frontier on this Cyber Monday. They have been extremely generous and creative in the past with random fare sales, so assumed it to be a little better today.



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