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:

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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.

Maximize Your Spending

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

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