Sep222014

Frontier Flashsale SFO-IAH round trip under $60

Thanks to DealsWeLike I just booked a five day trip flying Frontier Airlines roundtrip San Francisco to Houston in December for $58 all-in, including $6 to book assigned seats.

Frontier Flashsale SFO-IAH round trip under $60 is a one day sale offer and the low $15 each way tickets are going fast. There were dates around Thanksgiving and the first two weeks of December.

Since I have never spent any time in Houston, I figured $58 for a round trip ticket is an offer too good to pass up for a five day exploratory tour of the region. December weather should be cool enough for me.

Frontier SFO-IAH fare 60

Carryon bag is an extra $20 to $30 each way. I chose to wait to pay for bags in case I cancel the trip I only lose $58. I’ll pay an extra $5 at time of check-in.

Frontier $58.49 SFO-IAH

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California is writer and owner of Loyalty Traveler.

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Ric Garrido of Monterey, California started Loyalty Traveler in 2006 for traveler education on hotel and air travel, primarily using frequent flyer and frequent guest loyalty programs for bargain travel. Loyalty Traveler joined BoardingArea.com in 2008.

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Comments

  1. You should mention that both of those flights are at 6am…sometimes getting up at 3am to travel just isnt worth saving any amount of money.

  2. @Bill – good point about the times. I look at 6am as normally an avoidable flight time, but being in Houston in a hotel by noon for an entire day and being in San Francisco and back home to Monterey during hours with reduced commute traffic are benefits for me of the early departure times.

    This was an impulse buy for me since I Have not been to Houston. Even better for people flying to San Francisco since that is off season dates and probably some of the lowest hotel rates of the year available in San Francisco Bay Area.

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