Editor’s note: This is a recurring post, regularly updated with new information and offers.
If you missed out on a spring break trip or just want to take another trip this spring, consider this flash sale from Breeze Airways. The carrier is offering last-minute flights for travel in April and May through its “It’s the Little Things” sale. Fares start at $39 one-way across 100 routes from 36 cities. There are cheap routes to many destinations in Florida and some to other U.S. cities as well, including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans and San Francisco.
You must purchase these sale fares by April 10, but the fares may disappear before then.
Airline: Breeze Airways.
Routes: To/from Charleston, South Carolina; Las Vegas; Orlando; Tampa; West Palm Beach, Fort Myers and Jacksonville, Florida; Phoenix; and others.
How to book: Directly with the airline.
Travel dates: April 4-May 23.
Book by: 11:59 EDT April 10.
Blackout dates: Travel on certain routes is restricted on certain days; other restrictions and blackout dates may apply. Be sure to read the fine print.
You can view all of the routes included in this sale online, but here is a sampling of what’s currently available:
To Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), from:
- Charleston International Airport (CHS), starting at $45.
- John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH), starting at $55.
- Akron-Canton Airport (CAK), starting at $59.
To Vero Beach Regional Airport (VBR), from:
- Bradley International Airport (BDL), starting at $59.
- Westchester County Airport (HPN), starting at $69.
To Tampa International Airport (TPA), from:
- CHS, Richmond International Airport (RIC), Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport (PVD) and BDL, starting at $39.
- Louisville International Airport (SDF), starting at $40.
- Huntsville International Airport (HSV) and Norfolk International Airport (ORF), starting at $43.
- CAK, starting at $49.
- Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR), starting at $54.
To Orlando International Airport (MCO), from:
- CHS, PVD and Tulsa International Airport (TUL), starting at $39.
- CAK, starting at $47.
- HSV and Northwest Arkansas National Airport (XNA), starting at $55.
- John Wayne Airport (ANA), starting at $69.
To Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (SRQ), from
- BDL, starting at $39.
- PVD, starting at $69.
To Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), from
- Provo Airport (PVU), starting at $35.
- CHS, starting at $89.
- BDL, starting at $99.
- RIC, starting at $109.
The cheapest flights available are for Breeze’s Nice class, which charges additional fees for seat selection and only allows passengers to bring one personal item. Standard seats on this flight range from $10 to $15, and seats with extra legroom cost $75.
Through April 10, Breeze is offering the perks of its Nicest fare bundle, including a first-class seat, two complimentary checked bags, snacks and drinks, for just $1 more than the price of the Nicer bundle, on select routes.
Maximize your purchase
Don’t forget to use a credit card that earns bonus points on airfare purchases, such as:
- Chase Sapphire Preferred Card: 2 points per dollar on travel.
- American Express® Gold Card: 3 points per dollar on airfare when booked directly with the airline or through American Express Travel.
- The Platinum Card® from American Express: 5 points per dollar on airfare when booked directly with the airline or through American Express Travel, on up to $500,000 of these purchases per calendar year.
- Citi Premier® Card: 3 points per dollar on airfare.
- Chase Sapphire Reserve: 3 points per dollar on airfare.
This sale offers cheap one-way flights, and you can stack them to make a round-trip journey through May, including to many warm-weather destinations.
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