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Allegiant Air 72 Hour Flight Sale with Promo Codes Up To $75 off air & hotel package - expires March 11

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Allegiant Air [allegiantair.com], an ultra low-cost air carrier, has a 72 hour flight & hotel sale (that started already, sorry) with promo code. This airline is much like Spirit and Frontier where you are only allowed one small bag for free. Otherwise, in economy, carry-on is an additional $50 and 1st checked bag is an additional $50.

Allegiant Air [allegiantdeals.com]
Book by March 11, 2017
Travel thru November 14, 2017
  • Promo code SPRING40 to receive $40 off air at Honolulu, HI; Los Angeles/Anaheim, CA; Myrtle Beach, SC; New Orleans, LA; Palm Springs, CA; Phoenix/Mesa, AZ; San Diego, CA; and San Francisco/Oakland, CA hotels.
  • Promo code SPRING50 to receive $50 off air at Destin/Fort Walton Beach, FL; Ft. Lauderdale, FL; Orlando/Sanford, FL; Punta Gorda/Ft. Myers, FL; and Tampa/St. Pete, FL hotels.
  • Promo code MADNESS50 or MADNESS75 to receive $50 or $75 off air offer respectively at participating Las Vegas hotels. Promo codes are valid only on new air+hotel bookings for a minimum of three (3) nights at select Las Vegas hotels or four (4) nights at participating hotels in all other destinations.

*MADNESS50 and MADNESS75 promo codes are only valid on new air+hotel reservations with a minimum of three (3) consecutive nights respectively at participating Las Vegas, NV hotels. Book by 03/11/2017 for travel through 11/14/2017. Blackout dates may apply. Additional hotel taxes & resort fees may apply. All offers are based on availability, non-transferable and have no cash value. Management reserves the right to cancel or modify the promotion at any time. This promo is combinable with other hotel offers. Other restrictions may apply.

SPRING40 promo code is only valid on new air+hotel reservations with a minimum of four (4) consecutive nights at Honolulu, HI, Los Angeles/Anaheim, CA, Myrtle Beach, SC, New Orleans, LA, Palm Springs, CA, Phoenix/Mesa, AZ, San Diego, CA and San Francisco/Oakland, CA hotels. Book by 03/11/2017 for travel through 11/14/2017. Blackout dates may apply. Additional hotel taxes & resort fees may apply. All offers are based on availability, non-transferable and have no cash value. Management reserves the right to cancel or modify the promotion at any time. This promo is combinable with other hotel offers. Other restrictions may apply.

**SPRING50 promo code is only valid on new air+hotel reservations with a minimum of four (4) consecutive nights at Destin/Fort Walton Beach, FL, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Orlando/Sanford, FL, Punta Gorda/Ft. Myers, FL, and Tampa/St. Pete, FL hotels. Book by 03/11/2017 for travel through 11/14/2017. Blackout dates may apply. Additional hotel taxes & resort fees may apply. All offers are based on availability, non-transferable and have no cash value. Management reserves the right to cancel or modify the promotion at any time. This promo is combinable with other hotel offers. Other restrictions may apply.
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I was looking for orlando and will check this out.

Anyone has information to share about orlando theme park tickets and which hotels are good around that area? Planning in Apr 2017

Thanks.
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FWIW, Allegiant planes are 4 times more likely to fail in flight than any other U.S. airline. Literally 50% of its planes broke down while in flight in 2015, as they are very old and poorly maintained. Quoting from https://www.smartertravel.com/201...anes-fail/, "Allegiant's apparent disregard for the safety of its passengers and its willingness to cut corners on safety is breathtaking in its audacity, and the first-person accounts of harrowing emergency landings are chilling."
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Very odd limited flight choices... nothing going from anywhere in CA to anywhere in the NY/NJ area that I can see.
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I've flown them about 10 times back and Forth the Sanford Florida and no issues with them breaking down but they do get delayed often compared to other flights I've been on.
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FWIW, Allegiant planes are 4 times more likely to fail in flight than any other U.S. airline. Literally 50% of its planes broke down while in flight in 2015, as they are very old and poorly maintained. Quoting from https://www.smartertravel.com/201...anes-fail/, "Allegiant's apparent disregard for the safety of its passengers and its willingness to cut corners on safety is breathtaking in its audacity, and the first-person accounts of harrowing emergency landings are chilling."
I have flown them 25 times with no problems. I hate them but this is scare tactic BS.
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FWIW, Allegiant planes are 4 times more likely to fail in flight than any other U.S. airline. Literally 50% of its planes broke down while in flight in 2015, as they are very old and poorly maintained. Quoting from https://www.smartertravel.com/201...anes-fail/ [smartertravel.com], "Allegiant's apparent disregard for the safety of its passengers and its willingness to cut corners on safety is breathtaking in its audacity, and the first-person accounts of harrowing emergency landings are chilling."
You get what you pay for. If you want a first-class experience you're going to have to pay for it.
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So now we've redefined first class as not having to wonder if your plane will break down in flight. :-)
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FWIW, Allegiant planes are 4 times more likely to fail in flight than any other U.S. airline. Literally 50% of its planes broke down while in flight in 2015, as they are very old and poorly maintained. Quoting from https://www.smartertravel.com/201...anes-fail/, "Allegiant's apparent disregard for the safety of its passengers and its willingness to cut corners on safety is breathtaking in its audacity, and the first-person accounts of harrowing emergency landings are chilling."
it is 700 times more likely to die in a vehicle rather than airplane according to the national Safety Council. that's at least until the self-driving cars take over.
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>flying Allegiant unironically
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