Sales On Flights AND Hotels Rates – It’s A Good Week!

A bunch of airlines have some sales this week and to add to that mix, we’ve heard of a hotel chain that’s offering some 20% off their rates, as well. Take a look:

Delta

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Most airlines block out holidays but Delta’s U.S. Summer Holiday sale is specifically for select travel for Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. Of course, it’s only for Delta’s higher end seats – first class and Delta Comfort+® – but still, a sale’s a sale.

Advanced purchase is required and flights must be round trip. Here are some examples of pricing each way, based on R/T (first class fares is on the left, Delta Comfort + is on the right):

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Tickets must be purchased no later than March 14, 2019 and travel must be between May 24 – 29; June 29 – July 6 and Aug 30 – Sep 4, 2019. Go to this page of Delta’s website for more info.

Frontier

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Frontier has a “Spring Savings” airfare sale going on right now, with one-way fares as low as $25. You have to buy your tickets by March 13th and travel must be completed by April 17th.

Your flight must be domestic travel, Monday through Saturday, and 7 day advance purchase required.

Click here to get to Frontier’s sale page and to see the terms and conditions.

Hilton

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Hilton has a flash sale going on, with 20% off several properties along the West Coast, Arizona, Mexico and Hawaii. The sale ends March 15th and is good for stays between March 14 and July 15, 2019.

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You have to be a Hilton Honors member to book. Click here to check availability, a link to join Hilton Honors if needed, and to learn the terms & conditions.

Southwest

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Southwest is having a “Spring Travel” sale, with nonstop one-way flights as low as $44. Just about all cities Southwest flies into and out of have some really good rates, as long as you book by March 14th. Los Angeles to San Jose is $49. Orlando to Long Island/Islip is $104. $Cancun to Denver is $193.

The terms & conditions are pretty typical:

  • 21-day advance purchase required.
  • Nonrefundable.
  • Seats, travel days, and markets limited.
  • Blackout dates apply.
  • Fares valid only on nonstop service.
  • Continental U.S. travel valid 4/1/19 – 6/12/19. International travel valid 4/23/19 – 5/16/19.
  • Points bookings do not include government fees from $5.60 per one-way flight.

Check out Southwest’s website for more info.

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