Spirit's Latest Sale Has Flights for As Low As $30 — and It Ends Tonight

The discounted prices apply to travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays between April 10 and May 16.

<p>Courtesy of Spirit Airlines</p>

Courtesy of Spirit Airlines

A last-minute spring break getaway just got cheaper.

Spirit Airlines' “You Deserve To Travel!” fare sale has one-way fares as low as $30. To take advantage of the deals, travelers will have to act fast as the sale ends at 11:59pm EST on Wednesday.

The discounted prices apply to travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays between April 10 and May 16.

While the sale is available to all travelers, members of Spirit’s paid membership program, called Spirit's Saver$ Club, can save even more. The program, which costs $69.95 annually. provides access to lower fares for the member as well as eight other guests, which is helpful for families, as well as discounts on luggage and priority boarding. 

Travel + Leisure spotted discounted one-way fares including:

  • Atlantic City, New Jersey to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for $30 (member) / $50 (non-member)

  • Atlanta, Georgia to Houston, Texas for $30 (member) / $50 (non-member)

  • Austin, Texas to Fort Lauderdale, Florida $46 (member) / $50 (non-member)

  • Dallas, Texas to Orlando, Florida for $30 (member) / $50 (non-member)

  • Los Angeles, California to San Antonio, Texas for $46 (member) / $50 (non-member)

  • Tampa, Florida to Houston, Texas for $30 (member) / $50 (non-member)

For travelers seeking travel inspiration, many of the top spring break destinations are included in the sale such as Phoenix and New Orleans. 

Spirit Airlines is a low-cost carrier, and although the promotional fares include taxes and fees, travelers should be prepared to pay for extras such as checked luggage or advanced seat assignment, if needed. 

The promotional fares are also non-refundable, and change fees will apply to modification, according to the sale's terms

Spirit Airlines had been planning a merger with competitor JetBlue, where JetBlue would purchase Spirit for $3.8 billion dollars, however the deal was recently suspended due to regulatory challenges. 

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