Get $19 One-Way Tickets During Frontier’s Latest Sale

Do you have more travel plans for the new year? If so, you can quickly visit the Frontier Airlines website where some one-way flights are currently available at fares starting at $19 (plus taxes and fees). Whether you’re lucky enough to work remotely and have the opportunity to spend a week working remotely from a warmer climate, or you’re looking for shelter, here’s what to know.

How to get one-way tickets for fares as low as $19 at Frontier

First, let’s address the obvious: $19 fares – or any other fares on Frontier or other airlines – will never actually cost $19 when you factor in taxes and various fees associated with the ticket.

And of course, in order to book tickets at the lowest advertised rates, you will have to travel on certain dates that may not fit your schedule. But having said that, the lower base fare will still save you some money off the total ticket price.

In addition, some of the biggest discounts Frontier offers are through the “Discount Den” program, which includes paying an annual membership fee of $59.99. But many of the plans currently on sale do not require participation in the program. (For more information on whether or not to sign up for Discount Den, check out this NerdWallet article .)

In any case, a few examples of one-way sales rates include:

  • New York LaGuardia (LGA) to Atlanta (ATL) from $19.
  • From Cleveland (CLE) to Orlando (MCO) from $19.
  • from San Francisco (SFO) to Ontario, Canada (ONT) starting at $19.
  • Denver (DEN) to Las Vegas (LAS) from $19.
  • Islip, NY (ISP) to West Palm Beach, FL from $23.
  • Phoenix (PHX) to Chicago Midway (MDW) from $38.
  • Philadelphia (PHL) to San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU) starting at $43.

How to find rates within your budget

Whether you’re looking for flights to Frontier during this sale or at other times, check out their budget search tool. Go to the Frontier Flights page on the website and scroll down past the first search tool (where you enter the dates you want to travel) until you get to one that looks like this:

Then enter where and where you want to fly from and then enter the maximum amount of money you are willing or able to spend on travel (excluding taxes and fees) and you will (ideally) get a list of options. Again, this works best if your schedule is flexible.

Or, if you’re not sure where you want to go, or you’re flexible with dates and destinations, just enter the airport or city you want to fly from and it will show you some of the lowest fares available. :

Once you click on the sell price tile, the next page will list both regular and discounted rates.


Leave a Reply