The latest sale from Frontier includes around 30 routes priced at just $20 one-way and roundtrip fares are as low as $34. A few other routes have dropped to $57 roundtrip for fall travel.
If you're unfamiliar with Frontier Airlines and how this ultra-low-cost carrier differs from other airlines, read up on Everything You Need to Know Before You Fly Frontier.
Availability is limited so you must be somewhat flexible to find the lowest price. Travel days will vary by route, but generally, fares are available through mid-November or mid-December, with a 7-day advance purchase required. Avoid blackout dates between November 16-26. Pretty much all of these routes are only flown a few times each week so be sure to check out the specifics in the fare details on your route.
Tickets must be booked by 11:59 pm ET, on September 26, or before seats sell out.
A sample of nonstop fares include:
Greenville to Orlando $34 roundtrip
Charlotte to Orlando $37 roundtrip
Atlanta to Miami $39 roundtrip
Salt Lake City to Las Vegas $39 roundtrip
Atlanta to Orlando $39 roundtrip
Cincinnati to Atlanta $39 roundtrip
Philadelphia to Charleston $39 roundtrip
Buffalo to Austin $39 roundtrip
Austin to Jacksonville $39 roundtrip
New Orleans to Raleigh $39 roundtrip
Denver to Wichita $39 roundtrip
Tucson to Denver $39 roundtrip
Long Island-Islip to Myrtle Beach $39 roundtrip
San Antonio to New Orleans $39 roundtrip
Cincinnati to Denver $57 roundtrip
Omaha to Orlando $57 roundtrip
Jackson, MS to Orlando $67 roundtrip
There are plenty more routes priced under $100 roundtrip and these fares all work in reverse as well. You'll have to decline all extras to get the lowest price.
Keep in mind that Frontier charges extra for any bags larger than a small personal item (small backpack, purse, etc.). Learn How to Pack in Just a Personal Item Sized Bag to get the lowest price. Checked bag fees start at $25 each way. Larger carry-on bag fees start at $30 each way.
For a complete look at baggage fees on all airlines, check out our Bag Fee Chart.
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