Huge Late Summer/Fall Sale on All Airlines with Fares from $92+ Roundtrip

Save big with this huge sale for late summer/fall travel. All airlines are matching the latest Southwest sale for travel between late August and mid-December. This is one of the better sales of the year. If you prefer to fly on AmericanDelta, UnitedAlaska, or JetBlue, check out what's available. Fares start at $92 roundtrip.

For most routes, travel is valid on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from August 21 through December 12. Travel to Nevada and Florida is valid Sundays through Wednesdays; and travel from Nevada and Florida is valid Tuesdays through Fridays. Avoid blackout dates on August 31, September 3, and November 16-27. 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 to find out which airlines offer these prices and for booking info.

Tickets must be booked by June 7, 2018.

A sample of fares include:

Houston to Memphis $92 roundtrip, nonstop

Memphis to Chicago $92 roundtrip, nonstop

Baltimore to Charlotte $95 roundtrip, nonstop

Chicago to Louisville $95 roundtrip, nonstop

San Francisco to Las Vegas $97 roundtrip, nonstop

Minneapolis to Chicago $97 roundtrip, nonstop

Phoenix to Los Angeles $97 roundtrip, nonstop

Phoenix to San Diego $97 roundtrip, nonstop

Newark to Austin $157 roundtrip, nonstop

Dallas to Kansas City $157 roundtrip, nonstop

Washington D.C. to Nashville $157 roundtrip, nonstop

Indianapolis to Houston $197 roundtrip, nonstop

Austin to Boston $197 roundtrip, nonstop

Los Angeles to Austin $197 roundtrip, nonstop

Grand Rapids to Tampa $220 roundtrip

Atlanta to Phoenix $257 roundtrip, nonstop

St. Louis to San Francisco $257 roundtrip, nonstop

Norfolk to Las Vegas $273 roundtrip

Pittsburgh to Seattle $297 roundtrip

Phoenix to Miami $297 roundtrip, nonstop

Baltimore to Portland, Oregon $314 roundtrip

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 basic economy fares. Alaska does not sell basic economy yet, but has plans to do so this fall. JetBlue does not sell basic economy tickets either, but has hinted at the possibility.

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