$37 RT Las Vegas to East Coast on Frontier

Right now, I imagine that most people are practicing social isolation as best they can. However, for those who are still traveling and/or need to travel for some reason and can travel light, Frontier has some incredibly cheap fares, from $37 round trip on a number of routes from Las Vegas to the east coast including Atlanta, Nashville, Philadelphia, Newark, Tampa, Orlando, and Miami.

The Deal

  • Fontier is offering nonstop roundtrip flights from Las Vegas to many east coast cities for $37 RT. Keep in mind that bags and seat selection are not included for this price.
  • Direct link to search Google flights

Quick Thoughts

Keep in mind that the cheapest prices are for March and April travel, though in some cases prices are still fairly low in May.

While I can’t imagine many people are looking to take unnecessary flights right now (hence the cheap prices), the gamblers of Las Vegas may take a shot at booking now with the ability to make a one time change or cancellation (offered for bookings through 3/31 — note that cancelling means you’ll get a credit that must be used within 90 days but can used toward travel through November 2020 — see our Coronavirus cancellation policies resource page for more).

Keep in mind of course that if you need to bring bags or select a seat, prices will increase quickly.  However, for folks looking to cut a vacation short, get to family during this time, or who need to travel for some reason in the coming weeks, these prices are very low.

About Nick Reyes

Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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