Deal Alert: $15 Fares on Frontier from Houston to San Francisco

Sep 22, 2014

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Last week, we wrote about how Frontier Airlines was having $19 fares from Phoenix to promote their new service from there. Today, Frontier is launching another new route from Houston to San Francisco.

Score a 14.99 fare from Houston to San Francisco.
Score a 14.99 fare from Houston to San Francisco.

To celebrate, they’re offering a limited number of $14.99 fares for flights from November 20th through December 17, 2014 on select Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, for travel purchased by 11:59pm Eastern tonight, September 22, 2014. 

Frontier is running another fare sale on their new route.

Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm Eastern time on Sep. 22, 2014 for domestic, nonstop travel on: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Dec. 2, 2014 through Dec. 14,  2014. Fares are one way and do not require roundtrip purchase and after the $14 fares run out, they will be offering these for $39.

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