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Los Angeles to Chicago or Vice Versa $113 RT Nonstop Airfares on United or American Airlines BE (Limited Travel November-March 2020)

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Both United and American Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from Los Angeles (LAX) and Chicago (ORD) for $113, nonstop. These are basic economy fares, a restricted-type fare.

Travel Availability:
Departs LAX: Nov 5, 13-14; Dec 10; Jan 8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29; Feb 4-5, 11-12, 26;
Departs ORD: Nov 5, 12-14, 19-20; Jan 29; Feb 11, 19, 25-26; March 2, 9, 11, 31
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Just a note: United does not allow a carry-on with their basic economy, only a personal item that can be put under a seat. American does allow a personal item and a carry on
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^^^ that's correct....choose american first if you have that option and flexibility with dates.
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Can this be booked with AA points for these rates?
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Just a note: United does not allow a carry-on with their basic economy, only a personal item that can be put under a seat. American does allow a personal item and a carry on
Wow. That's a new low.
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United, we beat you down and suffocate you....with outstanding service.
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United, we beat you down and suffocate you....with outstanding service.
The prices can't be beat, but our customers can!
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The major airlines have taken the Spirit model and made a new 'class' of passenger pricing. I flew Spirit alot - and will choose them IF A BIG FRONT SEAT is available - and love the entire experience.

Why you ask, brimming with excitement? Well I'll tell you!!!

Hardly anyone has any carry on's so boarding is super fast.
Speaking of boarding, hardly anyone who is not assigned the zone called to board is allowed on the plane. They are typically pretty strict
They are militant about their rules and this is by far my favorite point. Two examples:
1. you have to pay to bring a carry on (bigger than a backpack) but you also get zone 1 boarding so its not just a bag fee. If you pay online during booking it should cost about $30. If you wait unitl you get to the gate and the agent busts you on the bag being too big, its $100. I have watched people scream at the top of their lungs about how its BS and the agents explain, 'you had every opportunity to pay for this earlier.' God Bless them for standing behind the rules. BECAUSE everyone one else who paid on line would be hosed.
2. You pay for the seat you sit in above the ticket price if you choose your seat or get an exit row or BFS. I have also seen flight attendants ask people to move from an empty valued seat who moved their on their own. The passengers surely weren't happy but everyone who paid extra appreciates the adherence to the rules.

Go into Spirit knowing how it works and buy your tickets early = sub $100 flights anywhere you want to go. And smash your stuff into a backpack.

My rant started off as $.02 and ended up being $1. Thanks for reading if you made it this far.
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Do you have to pick one of the days as a return date to get $113?
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I selected departing from ORD on March 31st...I am not seeing these prices on Expedia. Help please
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I selected departing from ORD on March 31st...I am not seeing these prices on Expedia. Help please
There are a few combinations that will get the $113 price but the flight times are ass. Nice to see some Chicago flight deals for once.

Spirit Airlines....I'd rather fly UPS.
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Can this be booked with AA points for these rates?
Yes they can but that means bad redemption in terms of point value.I mean they are this cheap already. Points are based on distance for the most part so it won't dip as much. Only Jetblue's mileage is cash equivalent, and that's the shame these days for airliners. They accumulate your miles by how much you spend but when it comes to redemotion it's the distance between.
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Can this be booked with AA points for these rates?
I don't think theres a worst way to use points.
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