If you missed out on Breeze Airway's February deal, or you didn't have enough saved at the time for a last-minute getaway, you're in luck: following unprecedented demand, the popular low-cost carrier is extending its ultra-cheap flight sale to March, adding not only new dates but also a range of new destinations with fares starting at just $29.
In total, up to 33 cities in the U.S. and 86 domestic routes are included. You have until this Monday, February 13, to book it:
Tickets Must Be Booked Until February 13
Soon after its recent ‘Get Off The Couch' sale, which lasted for around four days, Breeze Airways has officially expanded the promotion and unveiled a new validity period for booking, allowing customers to book tickets on a number of domestic routes at a bargain price from now until February 13, at 11:59.
The tickets must be redeemed through March 7, or between March 22 through March 31, and encompass over 30 cities across the States. Options are numerous. From the colonial charm of Charleston, South Carolina and the sunny Jacksonville, Florida, to the culture-packed New Orleans and the Entertainment Capital of Vegas, you will be spoiled for choice.
There are 86 possible routes, and while not all of them will be indeed as cheap as the starting price, the combinations below are all priced at $29:
- Jacksonville (JAX) – New Orleans (MSY)
- Las Vegas (LAS) – Provo (PVU)
- Las Vegas (LAS) – San Bernardino (SBD)
- New Orleans (MSY) – Jacksonville (JAX)
- New Orleans – Savannah (SAV)
- Provo (PVU) – Las Vegas (LAS)
- Savannah (SAV) – New Orleans (MSY)
- San Bernardino (SBD) – Las Vegas (LAS)
Effectively, all flights operating between Jacksonville, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Provo, San Bernardino, and Savannah are available at the lowest fare. Prices increase progressively for other routes, and they can get as expensive as $129 one-way for the RIC-SFO, SDF-SFO, SFO-RIC, and SFO-SDF grouping.
Popular departure points with cheaper offers are San Francisco and Los Angeles, whose residents can now reach Salt Lake City for only $39, and Cincinnati, linked to New Orleans, for $39 under the scope of the deal.
What Other Rules Apply?
Breeze notes there are some ‘blackout dates', too: flights departing from New Orleans, Las Vegas, Palm Beach, and Vero Beach on Sundays or Mondays are not covered. Leaving from Sarasota, Saturday flights are not covered by the deal as well. Lastly, those traveling from New Orleans must avoid the February 9 to February 14 period in order to get the best possible deal cost-wise.
This restriction coincides with the city's peak tourist season in the days leading up to Mardi Gras, one of the largest festivities and most anticipated cultural events in the state of Louisiana. As Tom Doxey, president of Breeze Airways stated himself, the shoulder season in March is ‘also a great time to get up and explore new destinations and experiences.‘
For more information on the applicable rules and fares for specific destinations, head to the official Breeze Airways website on February 13 before 11:59 pm.
Where Can I Fly Low Cost In 2023?
If you're planning a long weekend getaway in March, there are options other than Breeze to consider, with low-cost carriers serving both within the domestic market and abroad, such as Avelo, a rapidly-growing airline selling tickets at just $29, or Red Air, which recently launched $55 flights to the Dominican Republic.
As the cost of air travel increases, resulting from the economic downturn and the dollar volatility, we know many of our readers now rely on these last-minute offers and will be traveling in the off-season instead. With that being said, those worried about budget concerns should take the deal while they can, as the concept of low-cost travel is slowly disappearing, and they may not be as frequent or as great moving forward.
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