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American and United nonstop LAX or SFO to Chicago $197 Aug to Dec

United Airlines, American Airlines and Virgin America have low fare deals flying nonstop from Los Angeles and San Francisco to Chicago for $197 to $207 round trip. Lowest fares depart Tuesday, Wednesday or Saturday from about mid-August to mid-December. July has some $227 dates. There is currently wide open availability at the $197 to $207 fare for travel on these days of the week.

American Airlines San Francisco – Chicago

$206.20 Saturday, September 19 – Saturday, September 26

SFO-ORD $207 AA Sep15

United Airlines San Francisco – Chicago ORD

$196.20 Wednesday, August 19 – Wednesday, August 26

SFO-ORD $197 United Aug15

Los Angeles LAX – Chicago ORD

American, United and Virgin America non-stops around $197 to $207

LAX-ORD $202 Oct15 UA

This fare has me thinking about a fall trip to the upper mid-west. Wisconsin is a place I would like to revisit. It has been over 20 years since I toured that state and fall leaf colors are amazing.


  • SO_CAL_RETAIL_SLUT June 4, 2015

    Another fantastic area to tour for fall colors is the far northwest tip of Illinois. Basically, the drive west of Freeport along U.S. 20 to Galena is simply stunning! Combine this with the rolling hills of northwestern Illinois, and the highest elevation point in Illinois – Scales Mound.

    To me, the second to third weeks/weekends in October are considered “peak” color for that area of northwestern Illinois.

    As you drive west out of Freeport on U.S. 20, head north on Illinois Route 78. Just before the Illinois/Wisconsin border, make a left on County Road 3 (also known as Stagecoach Trail), this will take you west through Apple River and Scales Mound as you wind your way through rural Jo Daviess County before winding down into the city of Galena.

    Stagecoach Trail has some of the best views for fall colors that I have seen anywhere in the midwest. The topography is unusual as it does not “fit” the normal flat topography normally found in Illinois.

    Timewise – about 90 minutes from Rockford to Galena. From O’Hare, head west on the Northwest Tollway (I-90) to Rockford, and follow the signs to the U.S. 20 Bypass (freeway) around the south side of Rockford. Take U.S. 20 west into Freeport, and continue west to Illinois Route 78.

    Of course, Door County in northeastern Wisconsin, and the areas adjacent to the Mississippi River offer great “peak” color viewing as well.


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