While Spirit Airlines is notorious for its baggage fees, it’s also a budget airline that delivers when it comes to cheap one-way flights.
The Miramar, Florida-based airline just announced one-way domestic fares starting at $56. Travel must be on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between June 26 and October 31. You must book by June 15.
These fares are limited, and July 3 is the only blackout date.
Additional baggage charges may apply. So if you can pack light — or economically ship your baggage ahead of time as this dad of twin toddlers suggests — you don’t want to let this Spirit Airlines deal slip past you.
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Choose from multiple domestic routes, including:
- Boston, MA, to Chicago, IL: $56
- Richmond, VA, to Orlando, FL: $56
- Seattle-Tacoma, WA, to Las Vegas, NV: $61
- Buffalo, NY, AREA / Niagara Falls, NY, to Myrtle Beach, SC: $62
- San Diego, CA, to Dallas / Ft. Worth, TX: $70
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How to Book
*Fares valid on Tuesdays and Wednesdays within time frame. Blackout date: July 3, 2018.
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