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Denver to/from Los Angeles Roundtrip Flight: United or American Airlines Oct-Feb

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United Airlines & American Airlines offer Non-Stop Flights from Denver to Los Angeles or Vice Versa for just $68 Round-Trip. Book via Priceline, Orbitz, CheapOAir or Expedia to see which airline is flying on your choice of dates (between Oct-Feb) listed below. Thanks serra

Choose from the following dates:
  • Departs Denver (DEN):
    • October
      • Oct 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31
    • November
      • Nov 1, 7, 8, 24, 29
    • December
      • Dec 6
    • January
      • Jan 10, 17, 20, 23, 24, 27, 30, 31
    • February
      • Feb 6, 7
  • Departs Los Angeles (LAX):
    • October
      • Oct 10, 11, 17, 18, 21, 24, 25, 31
    • November
      • Nov 1, 4, 7, 8
    • December
      • Dec 5, 6
    • January
      • Jan 10, 16, 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 30, 31
    • February
      • Feb 6, 7
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this is the lowest I've seen besides on spirit or frontier.

Both United and American Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from Denver (DEN) and Los Angeles (LAX) for $68 including taxes and fees. This is nonstop service. This is also basic economy on both airlines.

Travel Availability:

Departs DEN: Oct 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, 24, 25, 28, 30, 31; Nov 1, 7, 8, 24, 29; Dec 6; Jan 10, 17, 20, 23, 24, 27, 30, 31; Feb 6, 7

Departs LAX: Oct 10, 11, 17, 18, 21, 24, 25, 31; Nov 1, 4, 7, 8; Dec 5, 6; Jan 10, 16, 17, 19, 20, 23, 24, 30, 31; Feb 6, 7

Returns: wide availability

Use those dates and plug into Priceline [priceline.com], Orbitz [orbitz.com], CheapOAir [cheapoair.com] or Expedia [expedia.com] to see which airline is flying on your choice of dates.

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Fly AA as you still get a carry on at least.
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Fly AA as you still get a carry on at least.
Only like a purse or backpack to fit under the chair. Lol rip Basic Economy
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Fly AA as you still get a carry on at least.
You don't get a carry on as this is a basic economy ticket unless you have an AA credit card or elite status with them
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You don't get a carry on as this is a basic economy ticket unless you have an AA credit card or elite status with them
Damn, that changed. I thought AA's BE followed Delta and you just didn't get miles / seat selection. Now the followed UA's example. Ugh.
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Loving these Denver deals! Check out southwest (bag included!) as well. I just booked Jan. 20th (Saturday!) departing Denver to LAX returning the 27th for $70 roundtrip!
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Loving these Denver deals! Check out southwest (bag included!) as well. I just booked Jan. 20th (Saturday!) departing Denver to LAX returning the 27th for $70 roundtrip!
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It's on fp for Southwest one day sale.

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beware if United basic economy you don't get a "carry on" only a personal item, you will most likely get a center seat, there is no way to pick, AND if they cancel the flight you lose your money - no refunds PERIOD.
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beware if United basic economy you don't get a "carry on" only a personal item, you will most likely get a center seat, there is no way to pick, AND if they cancel the flight you lose your money - no refunds PERIOD.
When did the latter part of your statement start happening? The one about not receiving a refund if they cancel your flight?

On Labor Day weekend, my flight was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey.... I was able to rebook without any issues. Great cancellation, as I was able to take advantage of my credit card's trip delay benefit and stay at the Ritz-Carlton.
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When did the latter part of your statement start happening? The one about not receiving a refund if they cancel your flight?

On Labor Day weekend, my flight was cancelled due to Hurricane Harvey.... I was able to rebook without any issues. Great cancellation, as I was able to take advantage of my credit card's trip delay benefit and stay at the Ritz-Carlton.
September 14 a friend was flying into town on a United Basic Economy flight that got cancelled (due to Irma and things going on around that time) and they refused refund or rebooking because it was basic economy and 'in the terms it states no refunds'. I'd love to hear I'm incorrect and something was lost in his story to me, but given he paid for a ticket on another airline and was talking about disputing the charge on his credit card, I don't think so.
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September 14 a friend was flying into town on a United Basic Economy flight that got cancelled (due to Irma and things going on around that time) and they refused refund or rebooking because it was basic economy and 'in the terms it states no refunds'. I'd love to hear I'm incorrect and something was lost in his story to me, but given he paid for a ticket on another airline and was talking about disputing the charge on his credit card, I don't think so.
Rather than dispute his credit card charges, did it not qualify for Trip Cancellation benefits, typically offered for all major credit cards?
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Rather than dispute his credit card charges, did it not qualify for Trip Cancellation benefits, typically offered for all major credit cards?
According to United's "Basic Economy FAQ"
https://www.united.com/web/en-US/...y-faq.aspx


Q: What happens if I book a Basic Economy ticket, then my itinerary changes due to a cancellation or schedule change by United?
A: In the event of any changes made by United, such as rebooking due to a cancellation or schedule change, we will rebook you according to our usual rebooking procedures.

So maybe there was more to the story that (for example): this person could not reconcile an agreeable rebooking arrangement with United and a refund was not offered?
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It's on fp for Southwest one day sale.

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