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Amazing deal: San Francisco to Orlando flights roundtrip as low as $159.

DEPART:
San Francisco, USA

ARRIVE:
Orlando, USA

RETURN:
San Francisco, USA

AVAILABILITY: 2016
Departures: July – August (Saturday-Wednesday)
Return: July  – October (Tuesday-Saturday)

Frontier Airlines starts new direct flights from San Francisco to Orlando and vice versa. And has just released lots of crazy cheap tickets.

Note, that they tend to charge for seat selection (optional) and luggage.

But you can fly with backpack (included in fare) and letting Frontier to chose your seat (free) just for a few days for a change of scenery. Or visiting Florida and/or numerous entertainment parks.

Even if you pay for bag (approximately $30 one way), that still will be very cheap, as summer tickets from other carriers start as low as $400!

To get the lowest price book directly on Frontier, or you can support our website and book with our links, but the price jumps $10 more.

AIRLINE:
Frontier

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Or use our aggregator below the screenshot.

San Francisco to Orlando

Do not forget about: HOTELS, CAR RENTAL and  ACTIVITIES.

 

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