pilot727aa
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How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 4:52 am

All I can find is 167.00 on Sun Country. Is this a good deal or should I wait for it to go down more for a trip on Aug 1st.
Anything would be appreciated. And sorry if this is in the wrong forum or anything like that.
-Brady
 
canoecarrier
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:02 am

Have you tried Frontier? Although $167 is pretty cheap, I'd bet you'd have a hard time beating that.

edit: when are you going? I got 176 and change on F9 leaving within two weeks, and you get a PTV.

[Edited 2004-05-28 22:07:11]
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pilot727aa
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:06 am

They had a flight about that price but it departs around 6:00am. The sun country departs around 9:00am. Thanks for the advice.. Didn't really know how prices were for those cities.
-Brady
 
canoecarrier
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:10 am

Try Orbitz I picked the 9th and HP was 152.
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electraBob
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:19 am

Just did a price scan on SABRE --- SEA-MSP via Chicago Midway is 148.70 on ATA (two hour layover at MDW)....Lv SEA 230pm....Ar MSP 1150pm.
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:21 am

Take the non-stop. Why go hours out of the way to save a few bucks?
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pilot727aa
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:22 am

I need to get out of SEA on Aug 1. Also would pay a bit more to get a flight after 7-8:00am. Thanks for the replies.
-Brady
 
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:24 am

F9 thru their webpage: 176.60 Leaves at 6AM, connect in DEN
SY thru their webpage: 167.60 Leaves at 9AM, non stop (Upgrade to 1st for 104.37)
HP thru their webpage:182.70. Leaves at 8PM, connect in LAS (redeye)
HP a day earlier or later: 150.70
TZ thru their webpage: 271.70

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pilot727aa
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 5:27 am

Thats about what I was finding. Thanks for the help. -Brady
 
jjbiv
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RE: How Cheap Is Cheap Out Of SEA One Way To MSP

Sat May 29, 2004 2:56 pm

There are two connections on ATA at a price of $168.70 total (all taxes, fees, etc.) on Aug. 1. Keep in mind that you can always ticket on one of these and then stand-by on the earlier flight if you wish. Meals are offered for sale on both SEA flights.

TZ926 Dep SEA at 12:02PM Arr MDW at 5:59PM on a 757-300.
TZ675 Dep MDW at 6:55PM Arr MSP at 8:35PM on a 737-800.

TZ918 Dep SEA at 2:30PM Arr MDW at 8:24PM on a 757-200.
TZ281 Dep MDW at 10:32PM Arr MSP at 11:50PM on a 737-800.

I must admit I didn't know that SEA was going to see the 757-300 this summer. Learn something new every day.

Hope to see you on one of our flights,

joe