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How cheap has air travel become? Try $37 cheap. We’re not even talking about basic economy fares either. For one day- and one day only, Alaska, United, American and JetBlue are offering one way (and round trip) tickets to places you want to go, need to go and should go at truly tantalizing prices.

a jet plane taking offThe Great Deals

Alaska and JetBlue are two of U.S. travelers favorite airlines and they’re showing us one of the many reasons why. Starting at $37 for one way short haul tickets and going up to just $134 round trip from East Coast USA to West Coast USA (even New York to California, or vice versa) you can score some incredible deals. Tickets must be booked TODAY, October 18th, or you’ll forever (likely) pay more. We’ll list all the best deals below : )

a city with lights at nightThe Dates You Can Jet Off

These deals are widely available from late October thru to December 14th 2017. It’s possible similar great fares will exist out of those dates, so it’s absolutely worth checking. We suggest using Google Flights, which will show you an entire calendar month of pricing. Easy stuff…

a sign on a wallHow & What To Book…

We’ve looked at all the deals and there are a few stunners out there. As we mentioned, it’s great to use Google Flights to search for an entire calendar month of pricing- making it easier than ever to score great deals. You can also go direct to the airline, which may save you some time. We love: $37 Burbank to San Jose one way, $40 Fort Lauderdale to Chicago one way, $42 New York to Chicago (or vice versa) one way$44 Las Vegas to Long Beach (or LAX) one way, $54 Boston to Atlanta (or vice versa) one way, $59 Boston to New York one way, $59 San Francisco to Seattle one way, $69 Miami to New York City (or vice versa) one way$99 Philadelphia to Los Angeles one way. And finally there’s $134 New York to Long Beach, California round trip! Wow. Enjoy.

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Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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