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Frontier Airlines offers fares with prices starting at $35. (Click on "Frontier Airlines" in the headline to see this sale; all taxes are included.) That's the lowest base fare we've seen from Frontier this year and a current low for select routes by $332. This price is valid on flights departing from Denver, CO, (DEN) to Sioux City, IA, (SUX) on June 15; prices vary depending on the departure cities and dates chosen. Blackout dates may apply. Book this travel deal today for travel through September 21. Other notable fares: 

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Just remember that Frontier Airlines started charging passengers for carry-ons that have to be put overhead

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midnightcry said:   Just remember that Frontier Airlines started charging passengers for carry-ons that have to be put overhead
  I did not know that, thanks for the tip

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I'm sure by now they have added fees for oxygen and using the toilet.

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When I first flew Frontier, about couple of months ago, I thought this was the dream budget airline, specially flying out of Denver. now they started charging for overhead bins. I am moving to either United or Southwest. I also hope that Frontier does not win the hub bid for Denver International Airport. We just dont want greedy airline serving state of CO.

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Indoor seating is an upgrade now. Otherwise you are stuck in luggage compartment or tied to wing

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egenesis said:   When I first flew Frontier, about couple of months ago, I thought this was the dream budget airline, specially flying out of Denver. now they started charging for overhead bins. I am moving to either United or Southwest. I also hope that Frontier does not win the hub bid for Denver International Airport. We just dont want greedy airline serving state of CO.
  Yeah i used them so much the last few years...after i heard about carry-on storage charges, I will never use them again. I am a light traveler and even I can't get my backpack under the seat without the flight attendent complaining its sticking out. Screw that.

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midnightcry said:   Just remember that Frontier Airlines started charging passengers for carry-ons that have to be put overhead
  This is ridiculous... I didn't know that about Frontier.

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ppanamared said:   I'm sure by now they have added fees for oxygen and using the toilet.
toilets not provided on flights less than 12 hours
 

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Expired I think

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The link did have some decent fairs with virgin atlantic. The fares were with VA were only showing $10 higher then delta or USair's cheapest nothing included red eye fares from Vegas to east, $306 RT.

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I have to disagree here people. Being charged $25 for a carry-on and getting airfare for $100-200 less than competition sounds like a no brainer to me. Just booked family of 4 CLE-Tampa for < $900, >$600 less than anyone. No carry-ons as backpacks are considered personal items, and check in luggage is $15 for the 1st item. Can't see where anyone would see this as a rip off or greed.

BTW, code FUN4ALL gets 10% off, too.

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barondeluze said:   I have to disagree here people. Being charged $25 for a carry-on and getting airfare for $100-200 less than competition sounds like a no brainer to me. Just booked family of 4 CLE-Tampa for < $900, >$600 less than anyone. No carry-ons as backpacks are considered personal items, and check in luggage is $15 for the 1st item. Can't see where anyone would see this as a rip off or greed.

BTW, code FUN4ALL gets 10% off, too.
 

Backpacks carry enough clothes - toiletries for 4 for how many days?  All for $900.

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C320 said:   
barondeluze said:   I have to disagree here people. Being charged $25 for a carry-on and getting airfare for $100-200 less than competition sounds like a no brainer to me. Just booked family of 4 CLE-Tampa for < $900, >$600 less than anyone. No carry-ons as backpacks are considered personal items, and check in luggage is $15 for the 1st item. Can't see where anyone would see this as a rip off or greed.

BTW, code FUN4ALL gets 10% off, too.

Backpacks carry enough clothes - toiletries for 4 for how many days?  All for $900.

  Please read thoroughly,  check-ins are $15.
 

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