Sep032016

Fare War AA/UA under $50 one-way Chicago to 12 cities

A widespread USA domestic sale sees American and United drop one way ticket prices down to $44-$49 from Chicago to 12 cities across the USA for under $100 round trip. Low fare cities include Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Dallas, Houston, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, and Raleigh. Another 7 cities are priced from $108 to $128 round trip including Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Orlando, Phoenix and Seattle. Most of these cities are available at low fares with American or United. Delta has similar fares to only a few of these cities.

Departure Dates: September – December, mostly mid-week days with more availability in Nov-Dec.

Chicago Fares Under $50 one way

Atlanta ATL $44

$44 American

$44 United

$64 Delta

Baltimore BWI $44

$44 American

$44 United

Boston BOS $44

$44 American

$44 United

Charlotte CLT $44

$44 American

$44 United

Dallas DFW $44

$44 American

$44 United

Houston IAH $49

$49 United

Las Vegas LAS $49

$59 American

$49 United

Minneapolis MSP $39

$39 American

$46 United

Nashville BNA $49

$49 American

$49 United

New Orleans MSY $44

$74 American

$44 United

Raleigh RDU $44

$44 American

$44 United

Chicago Fares Under $65 one way

Fort Lauderdale FLL $54

$64 American

$54 United

Los Angeles LAX $64

$64 American

$64 United

Miami MIA $54

$54 American

$54 United

New York LGA $64

$64 American

$64 United

$74 Delta

Orlando MCO $54

$54 American

$54 United

Phoenix PHX $59

$59 American

$64 United

Seattle SEA $64

$64 American

$64 United

United Airlines  Chicago ORD – New Orleans MSY

$86.20 round trip  Tue Oct 11 – Sat Oct 15

ORD-MSY $86 UA Oct11-15

Loyalty Traveler curated Airfare Deals and Google Flights and Kayak Explore tutorials.

About Ric Garrido

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.

More articles by Ric Garrido »