United Airlines is currently advertising one-way flights to its warmest destinations for less than $70. The awards equivalent would be 7,000 miles plus $5.60 in taxes and fees.
The airline is encouraging customers to take a break from the cold weather and enjoy the sunshine of these sought-after destinations. Featured airports highlighted in this promotion are located in Florida, California, Nevada, Arizona, and more.
Below are some of the best flights we found:
- San Francisco (SFO) to Phoenix (PHX) – Depart 4/10/21 – $42
- Chicago (ORD) to Orlando (MCO) – Depart 4/17/21 – $43
- New York/Newark (EWR) to Fort Lauderdale (FTL) – Depart – 04/03/21 – $49
- Denver (DEN) to Tuscon (TUS) – Depart 3/30/21 – $49
- Boise (BOI) to Palm Springs (PSP) – Depart 3/24/21 – $68
- New York/Newark (EWR) to Las Vegas (LAS) – Depart 3/23/21 – $49
- Washington, D.C. (WAS) to Los Angeles (LAX) – Depart 4/01/21 – $57
View more flights to 70° for under $70 on United’s website.
Since United Airlines has become a leader in the industry by doing away with change fees permanently, travelers can book a trip without worrying about canceling due to unforeseen circumstances. This effort allows customers to book flights with confidence in a world full of uncertainty.
As a part of the current promotion, United is offering up to 20,000 miles to those who book a trip with United Packages now through March 15th.
Here are the details of the limited time offer:
- Spend $1,500 – $2,499 Earn 5,000 miles
- Spend $2,500 – $4,999 Earn 10,000 miles
- Spend $5,000+ Earn 20,000 miles
United Airlines has committed to safety aboard their flights by implementing high-efficiency (HEPA) filters in each aircraft. The technology completely recirculates the cabin air every 2-3 minutes, removing 99.97% of airborne particles, which including viruses and bacteria.
With the CDC’s support, the airline has also recently put in place a voluntary contact-tracing initiative designed to keep passengers more informed on possible exposures. This ongoing safety effort is also supported by their “Agent on Demand” contactless customer service program, in addition to a plethora of enhanced safety protocols.