TODAY ONLY: 85% off Spirit Airline Flights

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If you are open to flying Spirit Airlines, you can get an unbelievable flight deal. This one day offer will get you 85% off the base fare (although the taxes and extra fees/charges could easily add up). Just use coupon code 85PCT. 

This is for travel between Aug. 21 and Dec. 11 on Tuesday and Wednesdays only. (Blackout dates include: 8/28/19, 9/3/19, 9/4/19, 10/9/19, 10/15/19, 11/26/19 – 12/3/19). Of course this means you must have some flexibility in your upcoming travel plans, but it could still work out for many.

This means I could get a roundtrip flight between Boston and Ft. Myers for just $114. This is an incredibly inexpensive option for this non-stop route, especially when this route has limited service amongst other airlines and can be quite expensive. Unfortunately though that does not include any bag fees or seat assignments. Note: The 85% discount is just on the “Flight” price, not the other charges or government fees listed. In the example below, the 85% off is just off the $36.62 charge, which is how they get to the $31.46 discount. 

Overall…

This is a great offer for those of you who were looking to book a Spirit Airlines flight already and can make the flexible dates work. Unfortunately, the “85% off” looks much better on paper since it is really off the base fare price and it is really all the other charges and fees that make up the bulk of the price. But at the end of the day, any extra discount is better than no discount at all. Just make sure to add in all the extra’s for the final price when comparing it to other airlines.

Anyone in fact able to get a good deal?

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