Nonstop Flights: Dallas to/from Los Angeles or Phoenix $83-$85 r/t – American

[10/27/2017 @ 5:27 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline, BookingBuddyTravelocity, Orbitz, Expedia, CheapTickets, Hotwire.
[11/03/2017 @ 8:48 PM] “Regular Economy” price has increased by +$38.
[12/23/2017 @ 7:11 PM] Old post clean-up. Fare gone. Removing from deal list.

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American Airlines has round-trip flights from Dallas (DFW) to Los Angeles (LAX) or Phoenix (PHX) starting at $83, NONSTOP. $42-$43 each-way. Most flights are Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays from January to February. See example dates for specific date ranges. Origin/Destination reversible. Holiday Blackouts apply.

Note: “Basic Economy” fare is $83. “Regular Economy” is available for $85 on Travelocity by selecting the “Basic Economy” fare, and then selecting the “Regular Economy” fare option at check-out. See screenshot below.

Note: You’ll probably want to pay the extra +$2 dollars for “Regular Economy”.

  • Los Angeles – Example Dates: (Travelocity / BookingBuddy) Jan 14 – Jan 17, 20 / Jan 17 – Jan 20 / Jan 27 – Jan 30 / Jan 31 – Feb 03 / Feb 03 – Feb 06 / Feb 07 – Feb 10 / Feb 10 – Feb 13 / Feb 11 – Feb 14 / Other dates: There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.
  • Phoenix – Example Dates: (Travelocity / BookingBuddy) Dec 02 – Dec 09 / Jan 13 – Jan 17 / Jan 17 – Jan 20 / Jan 20 – Jan 24 / Jan 23 – Jan 27 / Jan 27 – Jan 31 / Jan 30 – Feb 03 / Feb 03 – Feb 07 / Feb 06 – Feb 10 / Feb 10 – Feb 14 / Other dates: There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.

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I was able to pull this fare up on Travelocity. Screenshot taken at 5:45 PM on 10/27/17.

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