Sep052018

How much do $19.20 Frontier Airlines one way tickets actually cost?

Frontier Airlines has tickets on several routes around the USA today priced at $19.20 one way. This $20 Sale ends later today.

The question I sought to answer is how much is a $19.20 one way ticket when you add a pre-selected seat assignment and one checked bag or one one carry on bag.

$19.20 Frontier Airlines one way fares, buy by Wednesday, September 5

Frontier Airlines

Austin, Texas AUS – JAX Jacksonville, Florida

$38.40 round trip Thu Sep 13 – Tue Sep 18

  • Basic ticket price: $19.20 one way
  • Aisle seat 26C: $12.00 one way
  • Carry-on bag: $30 one way
  • Checked Bag $25 one way

$56.20 one way with one checked bag ($25) and cheapest aisle or window self-selected seat ($12).

$61.20 one way with one carry-on bag ($30) and cheapest aisle or window self-selected seat ($12).

$86.20 one way with one checked bag ($25) and one carry-on bag ($30) and cheapest aisle or window self-selected seat ($12).

$93.20 one way Bundle It package rate with one checked bag ($25) and one carry-on bag ($30) and self-selected seat (potentially $45 value for front row stretch seat). Potential $100 value for $74.

Frontier bundle package is $74 one way for one checked bag, one carry-on, self select seat, priority boarding.

Frontier Airlines Bundle It package includes option to pick any available seat on plane.

I bought a $96.40 round trip Frontier Airlines ticket yesterday for San Jose to Atlanta round trip.

Atlanta was a travel idea in my head.

My Frontier Airlines ticket cost $96.40 all-in to fly San Jose to Atlanta round trip with nonstop flights of 4hr 41 min outbound to 5hr 8 min inbound.

I did not buy a carry on or checked bag for my trip.

My plan is spend 4 days in Atlanta with a few clothes, my camera and computer packed in a small under seat personal bag.

I did not pay $12 for a self-selected seat assignment.

My track record is probably 65% of flights taken in the past two years, when I did not buy a paid self-selected seat assignment, resulted in airline assigned aisle or window or the option to change my seat at check-in or after boarding the aircraft to an aisle or window seat.

I have not been to Atlanta in 25 years. Time to reacquaint myself.

 

 

 

 

 

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.

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