This is the best sale we've seen for nonstop travel to Mexico. One-way flights are only $39 for Mexican residents ($67 one-way for US residents) on nearly all nonstop Volaris routes. Roundtrip travel starts at $140 (for US residents) for travel on select dates in January 2019. There are even a few $39 one-way flights to El Salvador that are available to all travelers.
Volaris is a low-cost Mexican airline, which has a baggage policy that is similar to the major US airlines. The main difference is that the lowest clean base fare has a weight limit of 22 lbs total between your personal item and carry-on. If you think your carry-on bags look heavy enough to actually get weighed at the airport, you can purchase extra weight allowance for your carry-on bags starting at $24 each way. Checked bag fees start at $35 each way.
Travel is valid on select dates from January 1 through January 31, 2019. This is an advertised sale, but seats are selling out quickly and these prices may not last. Book now for a super cheap flight to Mexico or El Salvador.
The sale officially ends at 11:59 pm CT, on October 4, 2018.
Many routes are only operated on limited days each week. You may have to adjust your travel dates to find flights. Click on the fare details for specifics.
A sample of nonstop fares include:
All of these routes (and a few others) have $39-$44 one-way flights to Mexico on a few scattered dates in January. After adding in the non-resident fee, these prices go up to $67-$72 one-way. Return flights are priced slightly higher to get these roundtrip prices (including non-resident fee). You must be flexible with travel dates to get these prices.
Flights within Mexico are also on sale for $199 MXN pesos (~$10.50 USD) one-way, which could allow you to combine a few one-way flights and see a few different cities in Mexico at these ultra-low fares.
These roundtrip prices include the $28 USD (approximate) non-resident fee. Price will be about $28 less for Mexican passport holders or others exempt from this fee.
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