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Frontier Airlines - Airfares as low as $29 OW - Book by Feb 18, 2018

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This weekend's promotion. Book by Sunday night. When you click on the link, it will show you $20 fares. Those are for Discount Den members. Non-member price on a $20 Discount Den fare is $29.

Frontier Airlines [flyfrontier.com]
Valid: Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Buy by Feb. 18, 2018. Fly by. May 23, 2018
*Fare shown is one way for domestic, nonstop travel on specific dates in select markets.
7 day advance purchase required. Seats are limited. Restrictions apply.

Frontier Airlines is an ultra low-cost air carrier that will take you and one small personal item (such as a purse or laptop bag) from point A to point B. Any other baggage will be additional fee.
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Flew Frontier last month - 1 carryon added $90 to the round trip price.
Want to pick your own seat? That costs extra.
Don't want to pick you own seat? Have to convince their web site you don't mind potentially not sitting next to your friends and family, even if you purchased a solo ticket.
Want something to drink on board? I think a soft drink was $5 per can.
And, lastly, if you do fly them, wear thermal underwear. Their planes are brutally cold.
Better yet, wear all your shirts and travel without carryon.
This airline should be named "Nickle and Dime Airways"
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Flew Frontier last month - 1 carryon added $90 to the round trip price.
Want to pick your own seat? That costs extra.
Don't want to pick you own seat? Have to convince their web site you don't mind potentially not sitting next to your friends and family, even if you purchased a solo ticket.
Want something to drink on board? I think a soft drink was $5 per can.
And, lastly, if you do fly them, wear thermal underwear. Their planes are brutally cold.
Better yet, wear all your shirts and travel without carryon.
This airline should be named "Nickle and Dime Airways"
I flew to Las Vegas for 90$ and Orlando for 45$, I am ok with all of those things if I get to go on an extended weekend vacation for those prices.
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Flew Frontier last month - 1 carryon added $90 to the round trip price.
Want to pick your own seat? That costs extra.
Don't want to pick you own seat? Have to convince their web site you don't mind potentially not sitting next to your friends and family, even if you purchased a solo ticket.
Want something to drink on board? I think a soft drink was $5 per can.
And, lastly, if you do fly them, wear thermal underwear. Their planes are brutally cold.
Better yet, wear all your shirts and travel without carryon.
This airline should be named "Nickle and Dime Airways"
all of which are clearly listed on their website. They offer you a base fare for those just looking for Point A to Point B.

my grief with them is their horrible customer service, and the ratchet people who fly with them. No thanks
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