[Delta] $188: Indianapolis to Salt Lake City (Aug. - Feb.)
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[Delta] $188: Indianapolis to Salt Lake City (Aug. – Feb.)

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Editor’s Note: We encourage you to stay home now and travel later. All flight deals we are sharing are available starting from August onwards, and are cancelable or changeable fee-free.

 

Great sale on Delta nonstop, round-trip flights from Indianapolis to Salt Lake City. Availability August – February. All round-trip flights include free carry-on. Advance seat assignment is extra. Book quick, this fare won’t last!

This fare is Delta’s “Basic Economy fare” which does not allow seat assignment until check-in. This fare still earns SkyMiles and allows free carry-on bags. Carrying a Delta co-branded Amex card helps you beat Delta Basic Economy.

Thrifty Tip: Check out our article on the best apps for exploring a new city for your getaway!

 

 

Fare Availability:

Indianapolis to Salt Lake City (IND – SLC) – $188 nonstop/roundtrip

  • Departures: August 1-13, 16-23, 25-28, 30-31, September 1-5, 7-23, October 27, November 6, 9-10, 26, December 2-4, 7-8, January 5-7, 12, 16, 19-20, 26, February 2
  • Returns: August 2-31, September 1-30, November 3, 9, 13, 16-17, December 2-5, 7-11, 13-15, January 11-14, 19-23, 26-29, February 2-5, 9-10, 17-19, 23-24

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Accommodations:

 

IND - SLC

 

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