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Delta Flash Sale: US Domestic Fares As Low As $97!

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Delta Air Lines is offering a quick sale with some fares as low as $97 roundtrip for travel in within the United States. The sale lasts through next Wednesday, September 25.

The super-low prices are, not surprisingly, for relatively short-ish flights (i.e. LAX-SAN, SEA-SJC, ATL-BNA). They’re also Basic Economy fares — but you might be able to find some good Main Cabin deals, too, between pairs of other select cities.

Los Angeles, California - April 18, 2014: A Delta Air Lines Boeing 757-200 with the registration N655DL takes off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in California. Delta Air Lines is the world's largest airline with 733 planes and some 160 million passengers in 2012. It is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Deals are also subject to certain availability periods. For example, Raleigh/Durham to Tampa is valid for travel from November 10 until November 16. The sale’s Minneapolis to West Palm Beach fares are good only if you can fly between January 7 and January 19, 2020.

However, if you want to visit family or friends in one of the destinations — or have them come to you — this could be a great opportunity to save a few bucks.

There’s nothing real mileage run-worthy here. But if you live in, say, Palm Springs, you can head to Seattle for $137 in Basic Economy during January 21 – February 3 and start a run from SEA, if there’s one available. The JM mileage run mavens can no doubt find something for you from wherever and whenever.

You can read all about the sale on Delta’s website.

–Chris

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