Deal Alert: More $39 Flights on Frontier Airlines

Jul 31, 2015

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If you haven’t been able to catch one of Frontier’s special deals from earlier this summer, you now have another chance to nab a low fare, with select one-way flights starting at $39. This deal includes flights from Atlanta (ATL); Chicago (ORD); Cleveland (CLE); Cincinnati (CVG); Miami (MIA); Las Vegas (LAS) and more for domestic, nonstop travel from August 18-November 18 and December 2-December 16, 2015. 

However, it’s about to come to an end; tickets must be purchased by 11:59pm ET today, July 31, 2015 — so act quickly!

If you’re searching for a convenient summer getaway, give this sale a look — less than $80 round-trip is hard to beat.

Airline(s): Frontier
Route(s): ATL, ORD, CLE, CVG, MIA, LAS
Booking Link: Orbitz

Below are some sample flights we were able to find:

Atlanta (ATL) to Miami (MIA) for $39:

Head from Atlanta to Miami for $39 one-way on Frontier Airlines.

Cincinnati (CVG) to Washington Dulles (IAD) for $39:

Head from Cincinnati to Washington Dulles for $39 one-way on Frontier Airlines.

Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) to Denver (DEN) for $38:

Head from Dallas/Ft. Worth to Denver for $39 one-way on Frontier Airlines.
Head from Dallas/Ft. Worth to Denver for $39 one-way on Frontier Airlines.

Philadelphia (PHL) to Chicago (ORD) for $39:

Head from Philadelphia to Chicago for $39 one-way on Frontier Airlines.
Head from Philadelphia to Chicago for $39 one-way on Frontier Airlines.

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