Delta is putting flights on sale nationwide. Fly on one of the top-rated airlines in the U.S. from $107 roundtrip. And if you prefer another carrier, many airlines are matching prices on competing routes.
Travel days and restrictions vary by route. The sale advertises some specific routes for travel in September. However, many of the sale fares listed are higher than the lowest prices Delta is offering.
I've listed Delta's lowest available fares below. Most of these will have some availability between late August and mid-October and some will have more months available as well. The cheapest days of the week to fly are generally Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Some routes may offer the lowest fares on a daily basis.
A Thursday, Friday, or Saturday night stay may be required on a few routes. There may also be a 30-day max stay. If JetBlue or Alaska Airlines are matching on a route, it will likely not have any minimum or maximum stay restrictions on any airline.
Tickets must be booked by June 12, 2019.
All fares are nonstop and also work in the reverse direction.
These fares include a carry-on bag plus a small personal item. A checked bag is $30 each way.
Seats will be assigned at random upon check-in for these prices.
Fares can be upgraded to a standard Main Cabin Economy fare for an extra $30-$70 roundtrip. This type of fare includes advanced seat selection and allows ticket changes/upgrades for a fee. First checked bag fee is the same $30 each way.
Other airlines such as Alaska, American, JetBlue, Southwest, and United are matching prices on many routes. JetBlue and Southwest's prices are regular economy while all other airlines are Basic Economy. Some routes may have slightly lower fares on Frontier, Spirit, or Sun Country.
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As an example, I found seats departing Raleigh RDU on Saturday, September 14, returning from Los Angeles LAX on Saturday, September 21, for $239 roundtrip.