Flash Sale: Mid-Week Travel on Frontier From $20

Mar 31, 2019

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Frontier Airlines is having another flash sale. This time, book tickets for Tuesday or Wednesday for as little as $20 one-way. To take advantage of the deal, head over to the airline’s deals page. Travel must be booked by April 1, 2019. Fares are good for travel from April 6 through June 12, 2019.

Example Routes:

  • Charlotte (CLT) – Tampa (TPA): $20
  • Atlanta (ATL) – Orlando (MCO): $25
  • Des Moines (DSM) – Phoenix (PHX): $25
  • Las Vegas (LAS) – San Diego (SAN): $25
  • Philadelphia (PHL) – Raleigh/Durham (RDU): $25
  • Chicago O’Hare (ORD) – Nashville (BNA): $25
  • Denver (DEN) – Oklahoma City (OKC): $25
  • Philadelphia (PHL) – Myrtle Beach (MYR): $25
  • Salt Lake City (SCL) – Las Vegas (LAS): $25
  • Baltimore (BWI) – Denver (DEN): $29

These are only a few example routes and fares. To see the full list of offers, head over to the Frontier sale page. There are two sets of blackout dates for the sale: May 23-25 and May 27-28. Each route also has a start day for the fare, so be sure to check the details of each deal to make sure it works for your travel dates.

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