Case in point:
While I couldn’t find any flights eligible for the 30% off “Summer” promo, I did find an SF-Orlando flight round-trip with the 50% promo for only $113. That flight is a redeye.
As the fine print says, you must fly on Tuesday and Wednesday to get the discount. Here is a sample booking with the 50% code applied:
The above price includes the Discount Den membership discount, which is $50/year and has been very worth it for me.
These promo codes are good until the end of June 29.
As for the 30% off code that I couldn’t find an eligible flight for, Frontier’s Twitter team gave me this tip:
Clicking “Save Now” does show you some eligible routes, but you have to then navigate to the home flight search tool in order to add the code and search your specific flight. It’s also not clear which promotion the list is for, and the list doesn’t include all eligible routes. Plus, there isn’t an easy way to find these sales if you didn’t receive the email. I guess this is why it’s cheap.
They can be tricky, but if you consider these Frontier sales kind of like a scavenger hunt, it can be… fun…
Here is some additional fine print to consider if there are any other bookings you’d like to find:
Though I’m a fan of the value Frontier can offer travelers, many people are not. Here’s my post on how to fly Frontier and why it’s so misunderstood.
Have a good day!