American Airlines is matching JetBlue with scary low fares at $30 each way – or less! But these prices are only good for flying Halloween Day tomorrow (Oct. 31). So hurry up and buy, then fly tomorrow!
Unlike JetBlue, American isn’t advertising this promo – Dan’s Deals discovered it first. But there are plenty of American routes on sale for as low as $55 round-trip. And these are all main cabin economy fares, so you’ll get free seat assignment and other perks above American’s restrictive basic economy fares.
The best way to find these dirt-cheap fares flying for Halloween is to use Google Flights’ Explore feature. Set your date to Oct. 31, search for flights departing an airport with American service, and start looking for deals. Or just use this direct link to Google Flights’ Explore with those filters plugged in already.
You’ll find plenty of nonstop options flying to/from major American hubs like New York City-LaGuardia (LGA), Chicago-O’Hare (ORD), Charlotte (CLT), Philadelphia (PHL), and more. There are even some cross-country flights available for less than $70, which is unheard of.
Here’s a look at some of the options flying from New York City-LaGuardia (LGA):
Or Chicago-O’Hare (ORD):
And Miami (MIA):
And many more options. It doesn’t get much cheaper than this. So if you’re ready to hop on a plane tomorrow, book one of these fares today!
How to Search & Book:
- Search online using Google Flights Explore
- Book by tonight, October 30 or while supplies last
- Travel on Thursday, Oct. 31 only
- Fares include government taxes and fees.
- Most fares are main cabin economy, which includes free seat assignment
- Not valid on previous bookings.
- Book direct with American Airlines – fares cannot be canceled under the 24-hour rule as they’re booked within 2 days of departure.
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