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Amazing deal: Denver to Miami flights roundtrip as low as $96 and vice versa.

DEPART:
Denver, USA

ARRIVE:
Miami, USA

RETURN:
Denver, USA

AVAILABILITY:

Departure: end of August – mid of November (excludes Thursdays)
Return: end of August – mid of November (excludes Sundays)

The lowest non-lowcoster flight from Denver to Miami we could find was few days in august by Unite for approximately $200, so even if you pay extra for luggage (approximately $30 one way) with Spirit – that is still a good deal.

Note, that this flight is operated by Spirit airlines – one of the biggest USA lowcoster, and they tend to charge for seat selection (optional) and luggage.

But you can fly with one personal item is included in the fare – something like a small backpack – one that can fit entirely in the smaller sizer box (16” x 14” x 12”). Another personal item or anything larger like a standard carry-on or checked bag is a little extra.

Tip: or if you fly with a group of people (family or friends) – combine luggage 😉

AIRLINE:
Spirit

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