Looking for a cheap getaway this fall? Take your pick from the Windy City, the City of Brotherly Love or the City by the Bay! Frontier Airlines has dropped the price of nonstop flights between Chicago and both Philadelphia and San Francisco to just $49-$137 roundtrip, including tax. Today’s fares will save you up to $150 on the usual cost.

Travel between Chicago and Philadelphia is available through Oct. 4, and travel between Chicago and San Francisco is available through Feb. 28. These fares do not include travel over any of the major holidays.

Fly.com Fare Calendars

All flights are roundtrip, including tax:

Note:

  • Frontier charges for both checked and carry-on bags, usually $25-$35 for the first item. Frontier Discount Den email subscribers receive discounts on baggage fees and flights, so it’s worth signing up.
  • For more baggage information click here.

Savings:

  • Up to $150 OFF the usual cost

Travel Dates:

  • Chicago to/from Philadelphia: through Oct. 4
  • Chicago to/from San Francisco: through Feb. 28
  • Excludes major holidays

Sample Screenshots:

CHI-PHL: Fly.com Search Results

CHI-PHL: Fly.com Search Results

CHI-PHL: Travelocity Booking Page

CHI-PHL: Travelocity Booking Page

PHL-CHI: Fly.com Search Results

PHL-CHI: Fly.com Search Results

PHL-CHI: Priceline Booking Page

PHL-CHI: Priceline Booking Page

CHI-SFO: Fly.com Search Results

CHI-SFO: Fly.com Search Results

CHI-SFO: Orbitz Booking Page

CHI-SFO: Orbitz Booking Page

SFO-CHI: Fly.com Search Results

SFO-CHI: Fly.com Search Results

SFO-CHI: Expedia Booking Page

SFO-CHI: Expedia Booking Page

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Kim has been hunting flight deals and writing travel articles for over 13 years. His articles have appeared in the Boston Herald, Chicago Daily Herald, and Frommer’s Budget Travel, among other publications. Amsterdam, Bangkok, Rome, and Sydney are some of his favorite destinations and he aspires to one day live in Italy. La dolce vita!

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