The holiday season is a big time for spending, so saving some cash wherever you can is definitely important.
That’s why we keep our eyes peeled for deals that can help you out! We like to keep up with all of the Disney deals and discounts, as well as any important sales on Disney merchandise. And, you already know that we’ve got some great Black Friday deals picked out for ya! But, what about those more expensive purchases you make around the holidays, like airplane tickets? Well, a new deal could help you save BIG on those, too!
Frontier Airlines has some EARLY Black Friday deals available right now! You can save up to 50% off your next flight by using the promo code TAKEOFF. The deal is valid on Mondays through Thursdays and on Saturdays, and you must buy by November 24th, and fly by January 1st.
If these dates don’t work for your plans, you can still save! You can save 25% on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays if you buy by November 24th and fly between January 4th and April 17th, 2023. The promo code is the same for both deals.
Some routes are excluded from this deal and a round trip purchase is required. You must buy your plane tickets by 11:59PM Eastern time on November 24th, 2022 in order to get the discount. There are also some blackout dates, including November 28th, December 22nd-23rd, January 14th, February 11th & 18th, March 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th, and April 1st, 8th, & 15th, 2023. The discount also doesn’t apply to Y, B, and H class fares (the highest fares for Frontier Airlines).
So, go ahead and book your flight with this deal now, because it doesn’t last long!
For more on traveling, check out the 5 BIGGEST things you NEED to know if you’re traveling to Disney World soon, a breakdown of how holiday travel is expected to bring MILLIONS through the Orlando Airport, and our team’s best air travel tips.
Stay tuned to DFB for more news on deals and discounts this holiday season!
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