Insane Sale to LA: $115 from Chicago, $144 from New York and more cities ROUNDTRIP! Hurry up!

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Incredible American Airlines Sale to LA: Fall 2015

As per Flight Deal and Thrifty Traveler, American Airlines has an incredible sale between LA and a few other cities:

  • Minneapolis – $158
  • New York – $150
  • Chicago – $115 (Non-stop)
  • Balitmore – $166
  • Washington (DCA) – $186
  • Boston – $150
  • Philadelphia – $150

Use ITA Matrix software or Google Calendar to search for these two months—I was able to find tickets as low as $144 from LGA!!! Move fast if you need a cheap transcontinental flight, as these fares won’t last. Once again, search flights in  September and October.

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Incredible American Airlines Sale to LA: Fall 2015

 

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