As I wrote this, I came to the sad realization that if you are trying to book a summer flight, you are likely out of luck. Generally, airfare sales have a 14 or 21-day advance purchase requirement, that means any sale launched this week offers discounted travel starting at August 29 (at the absolute earliest, but mostly starting in September). It’s amazing how quickly summer is passing us by, but savvy travelers should use this information to get a jump-start on fall travel.
Cheap Flights to Las Vegas
With the summer heat fading in the desert, Las Vegas seems to be an especially attractive option for travelers this fall. With major carriers like Virgin America, AirTran and Spirit dropping their prices this week, flights to Sin City are looking pretty tempting.
Click on the Low Fare Calendar Links below to find the best dates to travel to Las Vegas from:
- $70 — Phoenix-Mesa
- $88 — Los Angeles
- $88 — San Diego
- $108 — Portland
- $118 — San Francisco
- $118-$128 — Denver
- $140 — Salt Lake City
- $168 — Dallas
- $208 — Chicago
- $232-$241 — Boston
- $245 — Atlanta
- $267 — Philadelphia
- $268 — Fort Lauderdale
- $298 — New York City
- For fares from 50+ other cities, visit our Cheap Flights to Las Vegas page
Other Domestic Deals
With carriers dropping prices across the board, our experts identified some of the best bargains out there. Remember, sales typically end after a few days, so book as soon as possible to lock in the prices below.
Click on the Low Fare Calendar Links below to find the best dates to travel through December:
- $82 — Detroit to Orlando (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – This fare is usually $200+.
- $118 — San Diego to San Francisco (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – Great price for a short flight.
- $138 — Indianapolis to Atlanta (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – Easily $50 off pricing.
- $150 — New York City to Fort Myers (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – Florida from NYC has been hovering close to $200, so a $50 price drop definitely makes for a good fare.
- $160 — Chicago to New York City (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – We’ve seen these prices before, but usually on Spirit who charge hefty fees, making this a great value.
- $177 — Boston to Orlando (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – Under $200 to Orlando is always a solid deal.
- $198 — Minneapolis to Washington, D.C. (Roundtrip, incl. Tax) – Normally this route costs about $250.
Note: All of the above deals are available in the opposite direction, so make sure to search.
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