Good Deal: Fly Across the Country for as Little as $15 One-Way

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Joseph:   A couple hundred years ago, a visit to the West Coast would cost you 6 months, a few spare wooden wagon wheels, and the risk of typhoid, snakebites, and dysentery.

But through tonight, April 20, 2018, you can buy a one-way ticket across the country for $15 on Frontier.

Good Deal Fly Across The Country For As Little As 15 One Way
The American Settlers Would Be Livid if They Knew You Spent an Hour’s Worth of Wages to Travel From Ohio to Oregon

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Frontier Flights Starting at $15 One-Way

Link:   Frontier Sale

As with most Frontier sales, this deal is very limited by routes and dates.  Travel is only valid through May 9, 2018.  There are some incredible deals, though, if any of these dates work for your upcoming travel.

Some examples of $15 one-way fares are:

  • Atlanta to Denver
  • Buffalo to Austin
  • Cincinnati to Las Vegas
  • Cleveland to Portland
  • Seattle to Austin

Just click on the fare to see the full restrictions.  This sale ends tonight, and the best routes may sell out before then.  Best to book soon if you’re interested!

Note:   Frontier is a low-cost airline.  It charges extra for things like carry-on luggage and seat assignments.  So be sure to do the math before you jump on one of these deals!

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