[07/24/2015 @ 2:41 PM] Open this itinerary on: Priceline, Travelocity, Expedia, Orbitz, CheapTickets, BookingBuddy.
[07/25/2015 @ 10:20 AM] United is matching DFW-LAX.
[07/25/2015 @ 10:04 PM] Most LAX AA fares are gone, except those at the end of August. United is still available, but this deal may be ending soon.
[07/26/2015 @ 11:01 AM] AA still offering this fare for NYC though.
[07/29/2015 @ 2:07 PM] Prices have dropped to $81-$98 from $111-$117 for midweek flights.
[08/05/2015 @ 1:08 PM] Most LAX availability is gone. Removing from deal list. There are still scraps around, but not enough to continue updating this post for.
[08/08/2015 @ 5:18 PM] Most AA LAX fares are gone. There are some UA fares left though.
[08/12/2015 @ 1:24 PM] Removing from the deal list until more availability for LAX comes up.
American Airlines has round-trip flights from Dallas (DFW) to Los Angeles (LAX) or New York (LGA) for $80-$98. Cheapest flights on most days of the week from August to April’2016. Fare is reversible. No Holidays. See the Flight Details section of the post for example booking dates.
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I was able to pull up this fare on Priceline, and it should be available on all the major booking sites. Example screenshot below.
- Availability: See Calendar.
- Documentation: Domestic Flight.
- Departure and Destination Airports: DFW-LAX
- Example Dates: Los Angeles (Priceline) Sep 22 – Sep 29 / Aug 21 – Aug 24 /
Oct 23 – Oct 26/ Oct 16 – Oct 20/ Oct 30 – Nov 03 / Aug 26 – Sep 02
- Example Dates: New York (Priceline) Covered in this post: [Nonstop Flights: Dallas to/from New York $80-$119 r/t – American]
- Carrier: American
- Fare Basis Code: OA21ZNL3
- Fare Class: O
- Mile Accrual: 100%
- Stopover component: None.
- CPM: 4.49 (2470 miles)
- Full Route: DFW-LAX
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