Information is valid at time of publication. So sometimes you may not find the price mentioned in the post (ex. after several days of the original posting date). It means that the deal was sold out or supplier (airline/agency) has changed the conditions or removed the offer.

Amazing deal: Houston or Denver to Las Vegas and vice versa flights roundtrip as low as $94.

DEPART:
Houston or Denver

ARRIVE:
Las Vegas, USA

RETURN:
Houston or Denver

AVAILABILITY: 

From DEN

Departure: Aug-Sep (Mon-Wed)
Return: Aug-Sep (Tue-Sat)

From IAH

Departure: Aug-Sep (Mon-Tue)
Return: Aug 22-26, 29, 30, Sep 1, 2, 7, 8, 12-14, 21

Basic Economy Fare restrictions apply, including:

  •  Seats will be assigned prior to boarding. Customers traveling together, including families, will not be able to sit together.
  •  You may travel with a personal item that fits under the seat in front of you, but no full-sized carry-on bag unless you’re a MileagePlus® Premier® member, primary cardmember of a qualifying MileagePlus credit card or Star Alliance™ Gold member. If you bring a full-sized carry-on bag to the gate, your bag will be subject to the applicable checked bag fee plus a $25 gate handling charge.
  •  The ticket is nonrefundable and can’t be changed.
  •  You’ll earn award miles, but you will not earn Premier qualifying credit or toward lifetime miles, and you will not be eligible for Economy Plus® seating or any upgrades.

AIRLINE:
United

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