[08/18/2017 @ 8:37 PM] Book this fare on: Priceline, BookingBuddy, Travelocity, Orbitz, Expedia, CheapTickets, Hotwire.
[08/31/2017 @ 1:59 AM] Price dropped by $10. Now $73, was $83.
Deals are usually valid 24 to 72 hours after posting, but can expire at any time (see time-stamp).
American Airlines has round-trip flights from Dallas (DFW) to Minneapolis (MSP) for $73, NONSTOP. $37 each-way. Flights September to February. Origin/Destination reversible. Holiday blackouts apply.
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I was able to pull this fare up on Priceline. Screenshot taken at 8:55 PM on 08/18/17.
- Full Route: DFW-MKE-DFW
- Previous Lowest Price Average: $150
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