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Airlines are trying to get people flying again, and are enticing travelers with super-low fares during Cyber Monday (Nov. 30) and Travel Tuesday (Dec. 1). Bookmark this page and check back throughout the week for updated airline deals!
Keep in mind, these low prices don’t include taxes, fees and surcharges, plus things like baggage fees and other add-ons, depending on the airline.
You’ll want to be aware of each state’s COVID-19 travel restrictions; depending on your circumstances, you might get stuck for 14 days — so plan accordingly.
Alaska Airlines has Cyber Monday flights as low as $29.
Check out Alaska Airlines’ Cyber Monday bargains, with a ton of flights less than $50, and many as low as $29 and $39.
On top of that, Alaska is offering 6x mileage for these Cyber Monday purchases.
It was a one-day sale, but has been extended so you’ve gotta act quickly. But keep in mind, while there are no change fees on these flights, they’re non-refundable if you don’t cancel within 24 hours.
Southwest is offering $39 flights through Dec. 3.
Get a one-way airline ticket for as low as $39 when you book Southwest between Cyber Monday and Dec. 3.
The flights must depart between Jan. 5 and March 17, 2021 for domestic flights, and between Jan. 11 and March 4, 2021 for Puerto Rico and international flights.
Check your departing city to see prices and destinations. All of these deal flights are non-refundable (if you don’t cancel within 24 hours), but if you need to change dates, there are no change fees, and you can apply the price of your ticket to another flight.
Allegiant Air discounted all routes for Cyber Monday, as low as $29.
Allegiant has discounted all of their routes up to 33% for Cyber Monday, including flights from Vegas as low as $32 one-way.
The airline also partners with hotels in Vegas for special travel deals, including a Cyber Monday special for your third night at a hotel free.
You can cancel the trip for a refund within 24 hours of booking; otherwise, no refunds.
JetBlue is offering $100 off roundtrip ticket through Dec. 1.
Doesn’t matter where you go; if you book a roundtrip ticket with JetBlue on Cyber Monday or Tuesday, Dec. 1, you’ll get $100 off your ticket price at checkout with promo code CYBERMONDAY.
The flights must be for travel between Dec.1, 2020 and Sept. 7, 2021. The $100 discount applies to each person flying.
Spirit has 2021 tickets for $20.21 through Dec. 1.
Buy a one-way ticket departing Jan. 6-March 4, 2021 for just $20.21 during Spirit Airlines’ Cyber Monday sale.
Browse the list of routes included in the deal and book by 11:59 PM Tuesday, Dec. 1, to get the discount.
Frontier Airlines is advertising 99% off flights through Dec. 1.
Throughout the year, Frontier has discounted their fares 99%, and the deal is back on Cyber Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 1.
The cheap flights are for domestic, nonstop and connecting travel in select markets Monday through Thursday and Saturdays, between Dec. 1, 2020 and March 4, 2021. Some blackout dates apply. There aren’t any change fees for travel booked through Jan. 7, 2021.
Use the promo code CYBER at checkout.
Save up to 50% on American Airlines miles.
The big three airlines — Delta, United and American — aren’t really doing significant deals this Cyber Monday, but American has a few Black Friday/Cyber Monday offers on their website, including:
- Buy a ticket by Dec. 1 for travel through March 31, 2021, and get a discount of up to 20% on future travel.
- Save up to 50% when you buy, gift or transfer miles by Nov. 30.
- American Airlines Vacations is offering $250 savings on vacation packages.
Join American’s pre-paid travel AirPass membership by Dec. 4 to earn 25,000 bonus miles.