Fare Sales from Alaska, Southwest and Frontier

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Fare Sales

Fare Sales from Alaska, Southwest and Frontier

There’s a few fares sales going on today from several airlines. Alaska has flights for as little as $49 or 5,000 miles, Southwest fares start at $49 and Frontier has several $20 flights available. Let’s look at the details.

Alaska

Alaska Airlines has award fares starting at just 5,000 miles one way. Some transcontinental flights are also on sale, with prices starting at just 8,000 miles one way. They also have a cash sale, with fares starting at $49. Must purchase by April 18th.

Southwest

Southwest Airlines has a new two day sale with fares starting at just $49 one way. Must book by 4/18. 21-day advance purchase required. Blackout dates apply. Travel dates are as follows:

  • Continental U.S. travel valid 5/7/19 – 6/12/19, and 8/20/19 – 10/30/19.
  • Interisland Hawaii travel valid 5/12/19 – 10/30/19.
  • Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid 9/4/19 – 10/31/19.
  • International travel valid 8/20/19 – 10/31/19.

Frontier

This sale from Frontier Airlines will get you one way fares for as little as $20 one way. This includes all fees and taxes, so it’s probably as cheap of a flight that you’ll be able to find. However the routes are limited and keep in mind that most things would cost you extra on Frontier.

Must purchase today, 4/17, and fly between 04/30/19 and 05/15/19.


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  1. Yep, I got the email a couple days ago. On the surface, number of MileagePlan miles and a few dollars looked good for my destination. I then check google fares and found a United flight that was 25% cheaper than the Alaska sale, so it pays to shop around when fare sales pop up.

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