Having just booked a flight to San Francisco from New York City for $600+ this summer, I had been wondering how long it would be before an airline discounts this and other popular, coast-to-coast routes. My wish has finally been granted in the form of a 1-day (more like a half-day) sale from trendy carrier, Virgin America.

Sale Details

Travel Monday-Thursday or Saturday, August 22 – October 17 to take advantage of these great fares. Again, this is a 1-day sale, so all flights must be booked before 8:00 p.m. EST.

Search Fly.com to find these fares. All prices are roundtrip, including tax.

Short West Coast Flights:

  • $110 — Los Angeles to San Francisco
  • $110 — San Diego to San Francisco
  • $110 — San Francisco to Los Angeles
  • $110 — San Francisco to San Diego
  • $130 — Las Vegas to San Francisco
  • $130 — San Francisco to Las Vegas
  • $190 — Los Angeles to Portland
  • $190 — Los Angeles to Seattle
  • $190 — Portland to Los Angeles
  • $190 — Portland to San Francisco
  • $190 — Seattle to Los Angeles
  • $190 — Seattle to San Francisco

Flights to the West Coast:

  • $250 — Dallas to Los Angeles
  • $250 — Dallas to San Francisco
  • $270 — Chicago to Los Angeles
  • $290 — Chicago to San Francisco
  • $290 — New York to Los Angeles
  • $310 — Boston to Los Angeles
  • $310 — Boston to San Francisco
  • $310 — Fort Lauderdale to San Francisco
  • $310 — New York to Las Vegas
  • $330 — Fort Lauderdale to Los Angeles
  • $330 — Philadelphia to Los Angeles
  • $350 — New York to San Francisco
  • $350 — Orlando to Los Angeles
  • $350 — Orlando to San Francisco
  • $350 — Philadelphia to San Francisco
  • $350 — Washington, D.C. to Los Angeles
  • $350 — Washington, D.C. to San Francisco

Flights to the East Coast, Dallas and Chicago:

  • $250 — Los Angeles to Dallas
  • $250 — San Francisco to Dallas
  • $270 — Los Angeles to Chicago
  • $290 — Los Angeles to New York
  • $290 — San Francisco to Chicago
  • $310 — Las Vegas to New York
  • $310 — Los Angeles to Boston
  • $310 — San Francisco to Boston
  • $310 — San Francisco to Fort Lauderdale
  • $330 — Los Angeles to Fort Lauderdale
  • $330 — Los Angeles to Philadelphia
  • $350 — Los Angeles to Orlando
  • $350 — Los Angeles to Washington, D.C.
  • $350 — San Francisco to New York
  • $350 — San Francisco to Orlando
  • $350 — San Francisco to Philadelphia
  • $350 — San Francisco to Washington, D.C.

What’s the deal with Virgin America?

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Cabin (Photo Courtesy Virgin America)

Virgin America is a fan-favorite among our colleagues here at Fly.com and Travelzoo. The airline was just named the Best Domestic Airline by Travel+Leisure for the fifth year in a row. The award-winning onboard entertainment system and cabin mood-lighting are just a few of things that make Virgin America different from some of the other major carriers. Visit Virgin America’s “What’s Onboard” page to find out more about their unique in-flight experience.

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Matt is an airfare deal hunter, whose amazing finds have been published in AM New York and NYTimes.com. He currently calls New York City home, but frequents Europe and the Middle East. His travels last year took him to Stockholm for $150 and Barcelona for $250 roundtrip, including taxes.

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