Frontier Airlines deal
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If we could leave a day earlier in January, my DD and I could fly from Greensboro and spend $132.00 for the two of us to fly round trip to Orlando!!!! That's $66 each!
Check out their sale:
$50 off your next round trip with code MC25 when you use Mastercard to book your flight. I'm not sure what destinations it works for as my email said Greensboro to Orlando. The deal took $50 off each of the tickets I pretended to book.
We booked Frontier last year because of a good price. They are a good airline, but only have 1 or 2 flights a day coming from the west coast. And the few flights they had, some were cancelled. I had an afternoon flight home, which was cancelled and I would have had to leave wdw early early morning, I'm talking 4 am DME. Not an option. Bu they very graciously re booked us on another airline since they had no flights.
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How long has Frontier been flying out of GSO???? I will have to keep a check on them for flights (not to MCO, not worth the 2 hr drive from my house unless it's really cheap).
I like GSO. Nice small airport (unless they've expanded since I was there, 1995 I think?). I'm sure they have re-done the parking situation since 9/11, though. When I was there picking up a friend who flew in from San Diego, I was able to park right outside the entrance! Felt like I was parking at the mall in the upper deck headed into the food court, LOL.