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Posted by Alisa B on Thursday, March 6, 2008
In their latest offering, Virgin America is reducing fares by 30% off their already attractive fares simply by having you enter a promo code in the promo box at time of booking on their website. You MUST be an EleVate member (so register right away!) to receive e-mail containing the proper code for your specific use.
In more cases than not, the service is non-stop and fares can be booked as one-ways as well. Travel between now and May 21, 2008 and book by 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on March 9 to cash in on this nice one. The promo applies to Main Cabin accommodation only. Blackout dates are March 20 - March 24, 2008. Needless to say (but we'll say it anyway), taxes and fees are additional. The promo code may only be used once. Run (or fly), don't walk to the Virgin America website! These are some really good fares this go-round on most of Virgin America's routes.
Posted by Alisa B on Thursday, February 28, 2008
For the second time in as many days, Allegiant Air has reduced their fares to ridiculously low levels! There are now $19.00 fares for the taking across their route system. Just check their site and cash in! Too many fares to mention. Some only valid in one direction. They can be easily combined with the lowest available fares in the other direction to make round trips, if desired. They're easy enough to find and are generally sprinkled throughout March and April. We're guessing this will be a very short-lived thing. Act quickly!
Posted by Alisa B on Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Allegiant Airlines has lowered many of their fares by $20 - $40 or in some rare cases even more. The reduced fares are for travel from April onward and in as much as this is an unadvertised sale, hopping on the band-wagon quickly is a prudent action. Fares disappear as quickly as they appear and you might want to put the money in your pocket before the vanishing act occurs! Ft. Lauderdale, Phoenix/Mesa, Las Vegas, Clearwater/St. Pete and Orlando/Sanford are their main hubs with service to numerous airports all over the U.S. Fares are reversible and bookable as one way fares as well. Grab seats while the going is good. Allegiant's fares are normally low and are all non-stops, although they do charge a $9 online booking fee and checked baggage also incurs a per bag fee.
Posted by Alisa B on Tuesday, February 19, 2008
Virgin America has found yet one more February cause for a celebration sale. It's LEAP YEAR, everyone! As February winds down, we've already observed Ground Hog Day, felt the love on Valentine's Day and celebrated our presidents. Thought we got them all? Nope. Once every 4 years, a leap year rolls around and we get an extra day to work hard, play hard or have the airlines find something to shout about. Virgin America is shouting about their Leap Year sale and you can find their fares listed on our site. The routes included in this promotion include non-stop service from San Francisco and Los Angeles to San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle, Washington, DC (Dulles) and New York (JFK).
Fares may be booked on Virgin America's site by February 22, 2008, require a 7 day advance purchase and are good for travel through May 21, 2008. Restrictions apply and fares range from $39.00 each way to $129.00 each way plus taxes and fees. These fares are for Virgin America's Main Cabin. While you're checking this promotion out, you might want to look at their very reasonable First Class fares as well. What the heck! It's LEAP YEAR!
Posted by Alisa B on Thursday, January 31, 2008
USA3000 has neglected mentioning our past presidents in their February celebration where they mention Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day, but no matter. They're saving ticket purchasers $20.00 on all round trip tickets purchased through their website by 11:59 p.m. EST on Feb. 4, 2008. That's this Monday, so hurry and cash in while this latest promo lasts. Seats are limited. Travel must be completed by Feb. 29, 2008 and you must remember to enter "FEB" in the promo box on the USA3000 site to get your $20.00 savings ($10.00 off on one-way travel.) Taxes and fees are additional (we include them on international fares that we list) and remember to check the "flexible traveler" box to more easily find the lowest available fares.
Posted by Alisa B on Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Skybus has announced new service to Toronto/Niagara Falls, Philadelphia/Wilmington and Chicago/Gary beginning in March and April of this year. As they frequently do, they are using smaller, less congested airports to service busy airport cities. It's sometimes worth a little extra drive time to make your airport experience a bit easier, especially these days.
New daily service between Toronto/Niagara Falls and Columbus begins on April 1 with the usual Skybus $10.00 price tag each way. Yes, $10.00! Seats are currently available and this is NOT an April Fool's trick. On March 7, service commences between Philadelphia/Wilmington and Columbus or Greensboro with the same price tag. Lastly, on March 13, 2008, Skybus will add a Chicago/Gary to Greensboro and a Philadelphia/Wilmington to Columbus or Greensboro route at - you guessed it - $10.00 each way! These low fares are available for those who are flexible and book early. At $10.00 each way, these bargains don't always last long. Skybus is also adding additional flights to already existing routes to Hartford/Springfield, Milwaukee, Richmond and Ft. Lauderdale. This extra service begins during March and April as well.
Posted by Alisa B on Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Virgin America has announced a 4-day sale with ticket purchases required by January 11, 2008. All travel must be completed by March 12, 2008. Sale fares are $44.00 each way between San Francisco and Las Vegas or Los Angeles. These fares CAN be used one way. Round trip purchase is not required. Between San Francisco and Washington, D.C. (Dulles), a fare of $118.00 each way is relatively easy to find. For $10.00 more each way, at a fare of $128.00 each way, Virgin America will fly you comfortably between San Fran and New York (JFK). Similarly, the Los Angeles - Washington, D.C. (Dulles) route is offered at $118.00 each way and Los Angeles - JFK at $128.00 one way. Taxes and fees are additional in all cases and tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. A 3-day advance purchase (more if you can for best availability) is required. Seats are limited and subject to availability, of course. All bookings on the sale fare must be made on Virgin America's site.
Posted by Alisa B on Monday, December 17, 2007
Virgin America is adding Seattle to their quickly expanding route map. Effective March 18, 2008, they will begin nonstop service to Seattle from San Francisco. In short order, on April 8, nonstop service commences from Los Angeles to Seattle as well. For a limited time, tickets will be offered at low introductory fares. Fares will start at $77.00 each way from San Francisco for Main Cabin seating and $177.00 each way in First Class. On the Los Angeles to Seattle route, fares will start at $99.00 each way in the Main Cabin and $199.00 in First Class. Tickets are available for purchase from now through Jan. 17, 2008, subject to availability. Taxes and fees are additional. Advance purchase restrictions apply and tickets are nonrefundable and non-transferable. Connecting service between Seattle and New York (JFK) as well as Washington, D.C. (Dulles) will be available as well, with fares starting at $298.00 and $278.00 respectively. Bookings must be made directly on Virgin America's website, www.virginamerica.com.
Posted by Alisa B on Wednesday, November 21, 2007
Allegiant Air is about to help you run from the cold of the "north country" to the warmer south. On February 1, 2008, Allegiant will begin new service from Plattsburgh International Airport to Orlando Sanford International Airport. This service will be offered twice a week in each direction at an introductory fare of $89.00 each way, which must be purchased by December 15, 2007 (good for travel completed by May 15, 2008.) On February 2, Allegiant will also increase Plattsburgh - Ft. Lauderdale service from twice weekly to 4 times weekly.
As always, Allegiant's fares can all be used one way and all service is nonstop. You can only access Allegiant's flight and booking details/restrictions by going to their site, www.allegiantair.com. You will not find Allegiant represented on any of the travel search engines.
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