Less than $100 to Florida, Vegas & More? Cheap Domestic Flights into 2022
Cheap Domestic Flights

Less than $100 to Florida, Vegas & More? Cheap Domestic Flights into 2022

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Yes, you’re seeing this correctly: Flight prices within the U.S. are cheaper than ever. It’s never been easier to grab a cheap domestic flight throughout 2021.

Whether you’re looking to hop on a plane this summer or not until next year, airlines in need of cash have been slashing airfare for months to some unbeatably low prices for trips across the country. We’re seeing flights to Florida, Arizona, Colorado, California, Oregon, and beyond for just $100 roundtrip … and sometimes closer to $50 roundtrip!

Don’t believe us? We can prove it. Don’t miss out on the cheapest U.S. flight deals we’ve ever seen! Read on for which destinations are incredibly cheap lately.

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Pacific Northwest under $200?




Half-off fares to California







Florida for $60 … Roundtrip

Ready to get to the Sunshine State?

Following traveler demand, we’ve seen an increase in dirt-cheap fares to popular beach destinations! Just last week, we found fares from several cities with unreal roundtrip fares to some of the best beaches in the U.S.

Some of the most popular deals among our Thrifty Traveler Premium members have been these double-digit prices to Florida. We’re talking fares starting at $96 roundtrip to Tampa (TPA)!

Cheap flights to Tampa

And no, these crazy low fares aren’t just available from a few major hubs. Cities across the U.S. are getting record-low prices to Florida. Here’s a look at a handful of cities that have had cheap fares to Tampa (TPA) recently:

  • Atlanta (ATL) – $96*
  • Boston (BOS) – $96*
  • Chicago (ORD) – $127*
  • Dallas (DFW) – $130*
  • Detroit (DTW) – $138*
  • Minneapolis (MSP) – $116*
  • New York (JFK) – $96*
  • New York (LGA) – $96*
  • Raleigh (RDU) – $96*


Cheap flights to Tampa


Still dreaming of Disney World, Harry Potter World, or Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge? Airlines are continuing to shovel out cheap flights to Orlando (MCO)!

We recently found flights to this family favorite under $60 roundtrip and available through the spring and into the summer. Thrifty Traveler Premium members could hardly believe their eyes on this one!


Cheap Flights to Orlando


Tropical Key West seems to always be on many travelers’ bucket lists. But it has always been too expensive to fly to. Right? Wrong. Lately, we’ve seen nationwide sales to Key West that included some airports with prices as low as $152 roundtrip!


Cheap Flights to Key West

If you’ve ever tried to book cheap flights to Florida – especially during summer or fall – you know it can be difficult to find anything under $350. These recent trends could cut your flight budget in half or more!


$78 to the Desert Southwest

As summer approaches you may not be thinking quite yet about travel to the desert. But it’s never too early to book your fall or winter travel. And we’ve seen dozens of sub-$100 roundtrip fares to the southwest with availability into 2022!

These cheap fares to Phoenix (PHX) to turn up the heat are some of our personal favorites. There are so many fun outdoor activities in Phoenix, from hiking to botanical gardens, patios under palm trees, swimming, golf, and more. Or even head a couple of hours north to lovely Sedona!


Cheap Flights to Arizona


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Plenty of other cities (including smaller regional airports) also had unbeatable fares to Phoenix (PHX) under $100 roundtrip throughout the summer and fall, including:

  • Burbank (BUR) – $98*
  • Los Angeles (LAX) – $98*
  • Minneapolis (MSP) – $96*
  • Ontario (ONT) – $98*
  • Salt Lake City (SLC) – $102*
  • Salt Lake City (SLC) – $82
  • San Francisco (SFO) – $96*
  • Seattle (SEA) – $96*


Viva Las Vegas! Are you ready to roll the dice, or kick off your National Park road trip? Over the past few months, we’ve seen record low fares to Las Vegas (LAS). With tons of competing airlines and its status as a high-demand destination, Las Vegas prices remain cheap.

We continue to be shocked by just how cheap it is to America’s playground. What was normally at least a $300 flight from most of the U.S. can still be found for nearly half that today!


Cheap Flights to Las Vegas


National Parks at Rock Bottom Prices

The great outdoors are sounding better than ever these days. And airlines have been happy to help you get there for less this summer Exploring the U.S. National Parks has never been more affordable!

Plan your trip to the slopes or visit the Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado! Airlines have been constantly battling for low fares into Denver (DEN). With a bevy of nonstop options and plenty of availability, grabbing a cheap flight to Mile High City is easier than ever.


Cheap Flights to Denver



Looking for other national parks? We recently sent Premium members an alert for cheap flights to Medford (MFR), which is an easy drive to the Redwood Forest! Normally $450 or more, seeing flight prices this low stunned us:


Cheap Flights to Redwood Forest

New England for less




Even the U.S. Virgin Islands?



Bottom Line

Domestic airfare is cheaper than we’ve ever seen it, but this trend won’t last long. With travel demand continuing to skyrocket, these low prices will be a thing of the past in no time. So get in on a flight deal while you still can.


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