90% off Flights to Denver and Florida

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Frontier Airlines is offering 90% off flights to Denver and Florida. This is a pretty awesome promotion where you can fly on an incredible deal to one of these two states. You must purchase by end of day tomorrow, November 2nd. Flights to Florida are valid for Sunday through Wednesday through through December 18th (blackout dates: 11/16-11/25) and flights to Denver are valid for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday travel through December 19th (blackout dates: 11/17-11/26).Unfortunately though, there are many routes excluded from this offer:

Markets excluded from this offer to Denver:

Albuquerque, NM to Denver, CO
Buffalo, NY to Denver, CO
Charlotte, NC to Denver, CO
Chicago, IL to Denver, CO
Detroit, MI to Denver, CO
Los Angeles, CA to Denver, CO
Miami, FL to Denver, CO
Milwaukee, WI to Denver, CO
New York City, NY (LaGuardia) to Denver, CO
Orlando, FL to Denver, CO
Pensacola, FL to Denver, CO
Portland, ME to Denver, CO
Portland, OR to Denver, CO
San Diego, CA to Denver, CO
San Francisco, CA to Denver, CO
Seattle, WA to Denver, CO
Tampa, FL to Denver, CO

Markets excluded from this offer to Florida:

Birmingham, AL to Orlando, FL
Buffalo, NY to Orlando, FL
Chicago, IL to Orlando, FL
Cincinnati, OH to Orlando, FL
Detroit, MI to Fort Myers, FL
Las Vegas, NV to Orlando, FL
Philadelphia, PA to Orlando, FL
Providence, RI to Orlando, FL
Trenton, NJ to Tampa, FL
If the dates work for you and your desired flights aren’t excluded from this route, I definitely suggest looking into this sale! Just remember though that Frontier Airlines charges extra for every little thing, including on carry on bags, so pack light!

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