Nationwide Sale on All Airlines for Fall/Winter Travel from $109+ Roundtrip

It seems like Delta is having another nationwide domestic travel sale for fall/winter travel. Other airlines such as American, United, Southwest, Alaska, and JetBlue have matched prices in most markets. Many routes that don't usually see many sales are discounted in this sale. Have a look to see what's available. Fares are as low as $109 roundtrip.

Update October 26, 2018: This sale has been lingering for the past month. I've seen prices jump on a few days since the original posting, but then would fall back down the following day or shortly after. There's no telling when Delta will pull the plug for good on these amazing fall/winter travel deals. The lowest fares require a 21-day advanced purchase.

There are many big price drops on nonstop flights from Delta hubs in Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX)Minneapolis (MSP), New York (LGA), Salt Lake City (SLC), and Seattle (SEA).

Smaller markets are seeing the best value with this sale. Some examples are all the cheap flights we're seeing both from and to places like Aspen (ASE), Madison (MSN), and Savannah (SAV).

Lowest sale fares are valid for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, through March 6. Some routes have low fares available for daily travel through March 7. Peak holiday travel is blacked out, but you may be able to string together an extended holiday trip. Depending on the route, a Friday or Saturday night stay may be required. There may also be a 30-day max stay. Tickets must be booked at least 21-days in advance of departure.

Some routes may have only slightly higher fares for year-round travel or on other days of the week. Click on the fare details for more info.

This sale is unadvertised and prices may jump at any time.

A sample of fares include:

San Francisco to Seattle $109 roundtrip, nonstop

Los Angeles to Sacramento $110 roundtrip, nonstop

Grand Rapids to Detroit $127 roundtrip, nonstop

Salt Lake City to Aspen $131 roundtrip, nonstop

Cleveland to Madison $134 roundtrip

Detroit to Columbus $137 roundtrip, nonstop

Atlanta to Charlotte $143 roundtrip, nonstop

Minneapolis to Austin $153 roundtrip, nonstop

Indianapolis to Nashville $154 roundtrip

New York to Columbus $157 roundtrip, nonstop

New York to Pittsburgh $157 roundtrip, nonstop

Minneapolis to St. Louis $158 roundtrip, nonstop

Cleveland to New York $163 roundtrip, nonstop

Hartford to Pittsburgh $174 roundtrip

Detroit to Charlotte $185 roundtrip, nonstop

Columbus to Memphis $190 roundtrip

Memphis to Savannah $194 roundtrip

Cincinnati to Boston $197 roundtrip, nonstop

Los Angeles to Bozeman $207 roundtrip, nonstop

Minneapolis to Bozeman $207 roundtrip, nonstop

Duluth to Seattle $214 roundtrip

Austin to Aspen $224 roundtrip

Nashville to Salt Lake City $227 roundtrip, nonstop

Boston to Los Angeles $227 roundtrip, nonstop

Fayetteville to New York $235 roundtrip, nonstop

Bismark to Orlando $274 roundtrip

Portland, ME to Portland, OR $282 roundtrip

There are many more routes available and these fares all work in reverse as well. This is a widespread nationwide sale so the possibilities are endless. Check flights from your city to see all of today's finds.

Most of these fares are Basic Economy on American, Delta, and United. However, American and Delta's Basic Economy includes a normal sized carry-on bag plus one personal item. Basic Economy on United will only include a small personal item. Other restrictions apply. Consider the standard Economy price if you don't like the Basic Economy restrictions. Alaska, JetBlue, and Southwest do not sell Basic Economy and all fares include a normal carry-on allowance plus a personal item.

Checked bag fees start at $30 each way on all fares, except for Southwest, which includes two free checked bags. For more info on bag fees, check out our updated Bag Fee Chart.

Please note, Southwest fares are only available on Southwest.com. Other carriers regularly match these sale fares, so be sure to compare to find the best deal.

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