By Talia Avakian
Updated: May 21, 2019

Looking to take a last-minute getaway to popular U.S. stops at an affordable price? Act fast and you can grab $25 one-way deals to cities throughout the country with Frontier Airlines’ latest sale.

The budget airline is running a flash sale, offering deals between select U.S. destinations starting at $25 one-way. Return flights also start at $25 one-way, giving travelers a chance to take round-trip getaways at $50.

The $25 one-way deals are available from a range of cities including Austin, Chicago, Cincinnati, Detroit, Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Birmingham, Branson, New Orleans, Orlando, San Diego, and more.

The $25 one-way deals are available on flights between cities including Austin and New Orleans, Birmingham and Orlando, Chicago and Branson, Las Vegas and San Diego, and Orlando and Portsmouth, and more. 

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Travelers will also find $26 one-way flights between Denver and Calgary, and a wide variety of flights starting at $34 one-way and up. 

Related: Frontier Airlines Extends Their Kids Fly Free Promotion

The $34 one-way deals can be found on flights between Atlanta and Orlando, Austin and Cleveland, Charleston and Philadelphia, Chicago and Syracuse, Chicago and Nashville, Dallas and Branson, Denver and Minneapolis, Jackson and Orlando, Myrtle Beach and Philadelphia, Austin and Chicago, and more.

Meanwhile, $44 one-way deals include flights between stops like Atlanta and Miami, Austin and San Francisco, Chicago and Jacksonville, Denver and Albuquerque, and Memphis and Philadelphia.

The deals are available for a range of travel dates, with some extending from May through mid-June, while others run all the way through the end of August for those looking to take trips in the summer. 

Take a look at Frontier’s website to see what deals are available from your home airport, but you’ll want to act fast as these deals are only available through May 22.

Travelers will also want to note that amenities like checked bags and seat selection come with an additional fee when flying with Frontier, as the airline is a budget carrier.

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