Cheap Vegas flightsSpirit airlines is running a sale from today until tomorrow October 17, 2014. Lots of domestic cities $34 one way to vegas for non $9 fare club members/$23 one way for $9 fare club members. Travel dates run until Feb. 2015. This is the cheapest I've seen anywhere in the last two years. Check it out...
Be advised: Its a no frills airline. No bags, no meals, no special requests. Might be best to ship suitcases via UPS or something.
Haha, just bring some cash. Buy everything in Vegas.
They will let you bring a backpack or small bag onboard for free. All you need is clean underwear and a toothbrush. Lol. I'm going in January. Can't beat it. Have gotten there safely and on time every time so far. Plus the seats don't even recline, so no worries there.
Under the "FARE-GASM" promo
Although it probably wouldn't have fit into my plans, I'm disappointed you didn't post this as an actual thread. Totally missed it. For $68 round trip, I would have to consider the no frills aspect.
I don't know how to post a thread. I'm new to this forum. Was looking all over for it. Sorry
>Just bring cash, buy everything else upon arrival.
I'd love that system, many men would, but have spouses that nix that idea in the bud.
One low roller, familiar with every hotel that offers coffee makers, still goes to Walmart and buys one as well as buying small sized water to have in the room, toothbrushes and toiletries as well as cheap snacks for his schedule with no room service or hours of operation to be considered. When leaving Vegas, he puts a note on the cheap coffee maker "gift to housekeeping" and goes to airport without any luggage at all.
>>>>I don't know how to post a thread ....."
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backpack and wear layers onto the plane. I fly Allegiant a lot to vegas and they have the same policies