2019 Cyber Monday flight deals: $200 off $200+ flights, $5 intra-European flights, 99% off domestic fares and more
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Take a second a bookmark this post so you can revisit it or refresh it through the week as we’ll be updating it with flight deals. We are also keeping a round-up of Black Friday/Cyber Monday hotel deals as well. If you see a deal that isn’t listed please share it in the comments and we’ll add it.
When you’re booking your discounted flight be sure to use the best travel credit card or best airline credit card for your purchase. You’ll want to earn bonus points with a card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve® (3x Chase points on travel) or The Platinum Card® from American Express (5x Amex points on flights booked directly with the airlines or with American Express Travel).
And for some of these deals, you’ll be able to stack your savings by using an online shopping portal.
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Black Friday flight deals
Frontier Airlines 99% off select flights
The deal: Get 99% off select flights
Book: Dec. 2nd
Travel: Through Mar. 5th 2020
Promotion link: Frontier 99% off select flights
Go to the promotion page to see which routes are eligible for the discount and use the code CYBER at checkout to get the discount. This discount is valid on nonstop round-trip flights and a 7-day advance purchase is required. Seats are limited.
Ryanair $5 Intra-European flights
The deal: Tons of $5 one-way flights between European cities
Book: Dec. 2nd
Travel: Dec. 2019 to Jan 2020
Promotion link: Ryanair Cyber Monday deal
Even with the extra fees (you’ll pay for just about everything on Ryanair) this is still a great deal with tons of available routes.
Expedia $200 off flights
The deal: Get $200 off flights costing $200+
Book: Dec. 2nd at 12 p.m. Eastern
Promotion link: Expedia Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotion
The coupon codes are extremely limited and will be available through the Expedia app at the designated time.
Flying Blue triple miles
The deal: Earn triple miles on many flights from the U.S. to Paris or Amsterdam.
Book: Nov. 22nd through Dec. 2nd
Travel: Dec. 7th 2019 to Mar. 31st 2020
- Each member can book up to two flights
- Valid for all cabin classes except La Premiere (Air France’s first class)
- Bonus miles will be earned within 10 days of completing the return flight
- Valid on select routes only
You can book now on the Flying Blue website.
The deal: Discounted economy, business-class flights and holiday packages
Book: Through December 2nd
Travel: Varies by specific city but most of the U.S. deals are Jan. 2020 through Mar. 2020
Promotion link: Finnair Black Friday deals
There are special deals for round-trip flights to Los Angeles, New York and Miami from many Finnish cities starting at €429 (~$473). There are also deals to Asia, Europe or the Middle East. For business-class fares, you can fly to the U.S. from €1,790 ($1,972).
The deal: Save $100 on round-trip economy flights or $200 on round-trip business-class flights
Book: December 3rd at 6:59 p.m. Eastern Time
Travel: Jan. 1st 2020 – Mar. 8th 2020
- The discount will appear during the search
- Only valid when booking through Aerlingus.com
- Must originate in North America
- Only valid for transatlantic flights
Promotion link: Aer Lingus Black Friday promotion
Even though Aer Lingus has excellent award prices for travel from the U.S. to Ireland, the taxes and fee can be high. With this discount you should be able to find deals for flights that won’t cost much more than what you’d pay in fees on an award flight.
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