Amazing Deal Alert: $20 Frontier Airlines Flights

Dec 31, 2014

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Frontier Airlines is having another one day sale today with flights starting at $20 from Chicago-O-Hare; Cincinnati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Denver, CO; Phoenix, AZ; Trenton/Princeton; and Washington-Dulles for select dates this January and February.

Frontier is having a fare sale with flights from $20.15 each way.
Frontier is having a fare sale with flights from $20.15 each way.

If you are interested in scoring any of these fares for $19, be sure to book sooner than later because during the past several sales that Frontier has offered, the fares usually sell out rather quickly.

Fly from Chicago to Atlanta for $20 one-way.
Fly from Chicago to Atlanta for $20 one-way.

Tickets must be purchased by 11:59 pm Eastern time on Dec.31, 2014 for domestic, nonstop travel on select markets and dates from Jan. 6, 2015 through Feb. 11, 2015. If you are looking for a quick getaway this winter, you might want to take a look at some of these deals.

While Frontier may not be a part of a major alliance and these cheap flights won’t help towards any major elite status, you can still bank extra credit card points by using a card that maximizes airfare purchases, like 3x on airfare with the American Express® Gold Card or 2x on the Chase Sapphire Preferred. Check out this post for more on maximizing airfare purchases.

Report your success if you can actually snag any of these!

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