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Fare source: Airfarewatchdog
$165RTLos Angeles, CA (LAX) to Denver, CO (DEN)
Airline(s):Spirit Airlines
End Travel By:September 30, 2015
Found on:Thu 23 October 2014
More Details:No min. stay. No peak holiday travel at this price. No peak summer travel at this price.
Our Notes:Fare found on Spirit.com. $82.09 each way on select dates. Lower fares may be available for Spirit's $9 fare club members. This fare only includes one small "personal item" carry-on that does not exceed 16x14x12 inches and will fit underneath your seat. Larger carry-on or checked baggage require an additional charge. To get this fare, you must also accept a Spirit assigned seat at check-in and print your boarding pass at home or at an airport kiosk. Choosing a specific seat or using a human airport agent requires additional charges. This fare includes Spirit.com's passenger usage fee and "unintended consequences of D.O.T. regulations fee." These fees range between $18-$40 and can be avoided by booking at an airport counter.
Taxes not included unless otherwise noted.
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