This Low-cost Airline Has $25 Off Flights Until Tomorrow — Here's the Promo Code

And there are no blackout dates.

<p>Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Avelo Air</p>

Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for Avelo Air

It’s not too late to save on e summer travel, as Avelo Airlines is giving fliers an easy way to save $25 off their next round-trip booking through June.

The low-cost airline’s latest sale, which is valid until Tuesday, April 23, at 11:59 p.m. PT, is eligible for all Avelo flights between May 1 and June 30. Travelers must use promo code “JUMP25” under the “Have a promo code?” section on Avelo’s website or its app to snag the $25 discount.

With no blackout dates to note, this new promotion is an excellent way for a group of friends or family to save on airfare, as this discount applies once per passenger. However, the savings will only apply to the base fare of a round-trip ticket, which excludes any government taxes and fees.

Avelo brands itself as “America’s most convenient airline,” with its network focused on serving smaller airports to popular destinations nationwide, including Puerto Rico. Since the airline started flying in 2021, Avelo has even brought back service to airports like Salem and Central Florida, both of which have not seen commercial service in over a decade.

Travel + Leisure tested the promo code on a popular seasonal route between Hollywood Burbank Airport outside of Los Angeles and Colorado Springs, which is returning in a few weeks for the summer season. This round-trip flight normally costs $148 in the middle of June, but the final cost at checkout is just $122 per person with the promo code.

Avelo operates on a low-cost model, so travelers will be able to choose their seat assignment or add any carry-on and checked bags for an additional cost. There’s no extra cost to change or cancel a flight for a future trip credit, but any modifications made by Avelo’s customer service team will come with a $25 charge per passenger. 

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