AMAZING DEAL: NYC to LAX for $75 Each-Way


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Looking to head between NYC and LAX for cheap this year or next? Well now you can thanks to the latest sale with flights starting at $75 (including taxes/fees) each-way between Los Angeles and New York’s LaGuardia on both American and United. We wrote about a deal earlier week for flights from $107, but this is even better!

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You can search for these cheap flights on Google Flights or on American’s or Uniteds’ site, and note that there is tons of availability for dates in August through next year. If you’re looking to earn Elite Qualifying miles, you might want to consider these flights!

Here’s a look at some flights:

New York’s LaGuardia to Los Angeles for $75 on American:

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New York’s LaGuardia to Los Angeles for $75 on United:

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Bottom Line:

This is a great deal if you’re looking for flights between NYC and Los Angeles. With a all-in fare of $75 including taxes and fees, it’s really hard to beat this.

Do you plan booking this deal, feel free to let us know!

Hat Tip: Dan’s Deals

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Comments

  1. Yes, these are exceptionally good fares. That said, two or three things concern me…
    1: Some of the connection times (Westbound) are a bit tight and for traffic departing the NYC area, that very often causes problems. Lots of them!
    2: In my case, the positioning flights, EUG-LAX, and BOS-(anything in NYC) cost a lot more.
    3: For fares like that, if one needs only LAX/NYC/LAX or reverse, they are great, but look at some of the equipment used. Some, no most of those airplanes are genuine antiques. That is a LOT of BIS time for very old airplanes. Bring a reading device and your own sandwich; you do not want to eat the ‘sadwich’ offered for sale… on board. Beverages? For that many hours at altitude in a day, you NEED non-alcoholic fluids – and lots. I buy or fill 2-3 water bottles post-TSA for flights of those lengths. I just have to!
    So yes, the pt-to-pt fare is great, but if one needs anything other than the major hubs, look again. Better yet, consult a professional. Even when an agent adds a fee, it usually saves me more than trying to wing it on my own, and I can usually avoid aircraft that I don’t like, get reasonable connection times and have a much better over-all experience. The lowest possible fare is NOT always the best deal. And yes, once in a while buying coach for the connections and springing for BC for the real trans-con (even with a stop) turns out to be a good deal. (In B.C. at least they don’t charge you to death for WATER, a practice I find disgusting!) Flying from one coast to the other involves a lot more than just the lowest fare. (And yes, that <1 hour connection at (DFW or wherever, Westbound is going to bite you. It may be 'legal,' bit it will bite. And if you have additional connections on your single ticket routine, it just gets worse. Trying to my separate tickets, on you own can be even worse! Miss a connection due to some other airline's problem? Tough! Not our problem – and they are correct.
    Sooo0, when flying between A and B on anything other that a non-stop, retain a professional, explain ALL of your needs and wishes and let them do their work.
    -C.

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