Summer Travel on Sale on All Airlines with Fares from $92+ Round-Trip

Book your summer vacation now! All airlines are matching the latest Southwest sale for travel through October, including summer travel. If you prefer to fly on AmericanDelta, UnitedAlaska, or jetBlue, check out what's available. Fares start at $92 round-trip.

For most routes, travel is valid on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, with a 21-day advance purchase required. July travel may be scarce or not available on some routes, but we found many routes available for peak July travel.

Travel to Nevada and Florida may also be valid Sundays through Wednesdays; and travel from Nevada and Florida may also be valid Tuesdays through Fridays. A Saturday night stay may be required depending on the route. There also may be a 30-day max stay. Click on the fare details for more info.

Tickets must be booked by May 18, 2018.

A sample of fares include:

Boise to Spokane $92 round-trip, nonstop on Alaska

Nashville to Charlotte $95 round-trip, nonstop on American

Atlanta to Orlando $97 round-trip, nonstop on jetBlue

Chicago to Pittsburgh $97 round-trip, nonstop on United

Houston to San Antonio $97 round-trip, nonstop on United

Phoenix to San Diego $97 round-trip, nonstop on American

Burbank to Phoenix $97 round-trip, nonstop on American

Memphis to Houston $152 round-trip, nonstop on United

Columbus to Atlanta $157 round-trip, nonstop on Delta

Atlanta to Washington D.C. $157 round-trip, nonstop on American or Delta

Washington D.C. to Chicago $157 round-trip, nonstop on American or United

Chicago to Raleigh $157 round-trip, nonstop on American or United

Charlotte to Dallas $195 round-trip, nonstop on American

New York to Fort Lauderdale $197 round-trip, nonstop on Delta or jetBlue

Dallas to Washington D.C. $197 round-trip, nonstop on Alaska

St. Louis to New York $197 round-trip, nonstop on American or Delta

Austin to Indianapolis $211 round-trip on American, Delta, or United

Milwaukee to Miami $214 round-trip on American, Delta, or United

Indianapolis to San Francisco $241 round-trip, nonstop on United

Grand Rapids to San Diego $290 round-trip on American, Delta, or United

Dallas to Sacramento $297 round-trip, nonstop on American

Charlotte to Santa Ana $313 round-trip on American, Delta, or United

Hartford to Salt Lake City $316 round-trip on American, Delta, or United

Atlanta to San Diego $317 round-trip, nonstop on Delta

There are many more routes and these fares all work in reverse as well. Most prices are for basic economy, which means United and American will only include one small personal item (small backpack, large purse, etc.) that will fit underneath the seat in front of you. Larger carry-on bags are not allowed. Checked bag fees start at $25 each way. If you would like to bring a larger carry-on bag, consider the higher regular economy price.

Delta still includes a normal carry-on allowance plus one personal item in their basic economy fares. Alaska does not sell basic economy yet, but they plan to do so this fall. JetBlue does not sell basic economy tickets either, but has hinted at the possibility.

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