Deal alert: Get away with $35 flights one-way to Charleston, Palm Beach and more

Jan 27, 2022

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It’s a good day to get away for $35 one-way. See what I did there?

This deal comes from the ultra-low-cost carrier Breeze Airways, as U.S. airlines battle to compete with the $35-$39 fares offered by United and JetBlue earlier this week.

This deal is for bookings made Thursday only, so be sure to book fast if you are interested.

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Deal basics

(Screenshot courtesy of Breeze Airways)

Airline: Breeze Airways.
How to book: Directly through the airline.
Travel dates: Jan. 31-March 16; certain blackout dates may apply depending on the route.
Book by: 11:59 ET on Jan. 27.

Sample flights

This sale includes $35 one-way flights from all 18 Breeze markets in 14 states, including:

  • Charleston, South Carolina (CHS).
  • New Orleans (MSY).
  • Tampa (TPA).
  • West Palm Beach, Florida (PBI).
  • San Antonio (SAT).

The advertised deal is for one-way fares only, but you could book two tickets separately and stack them to take full advantage of the deal on both legs of the trip, as I have illustrated below.

Related: Breeze Airways cuts 1 route, shuffles 14 others in big network update

(Screenshot courtesy of Breeze Airways)

The $35 fares are for Breeze’s “Nice” fare, which only allows passengers one personal carry-on item. You can pay $20 to access the overhead bin or check luggage. If you want a particular seat, you’ll have to pay for standard seating, which starts at $10 for seats in the back of the plane and goes up to $15 for seats closer to the front of the cabin. Alternatively, you can pay $25 or $30 for 10 additional inches of legroom.

(Screenshot courtesy of Breeze Airways)

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Bottom line

“Whether it’s Spring Break, Valentine’s Day, or Mardi Gras you’re after, $35 fares make for a truly ‘Fab Feb’ bargain,” David Neeleman, Breeze founder and CEO, said in a statement. “And with no change or cancellation fees, the time is right to book a trip or two today.”

Related: Pilot shortage brings growth concerns to Breeze Airways

Featured photo of West Palm Beach by Walter Bibikow/Getty Images.

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