Fly nonstop to Vegas from Denver, LA and Minneapolis for as low as $38 round-trip – The Points Guy

Flights to Las Vegas are available at big discounts right now for summer travel, and some routes are available for less than $100 round-trip.

Fare sales to Vegas have been rare lately, so if you’ve been considering a long weekend with your significant other or even a longer vacation with the family this summer, this is a good time to book it. Between the endless entertainment options, incredible dining experiences and fantastic things to do off the Strip — like visiting the Hoover Dam — Vegas is a winning destination for any traveler.

The travel window for this sale is from April to August of this year. It’s limited to nonstop flights from Denver, Los Angeles and Minneapolis. You may be able to find discounted flights between August and November as well.

This deal involves economy fares. With Alaska Airlines, American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, you get to bring a free carry-on bag. Frontier Airlines and United Airlines customers only get to bring a personal item on board. If you book a Frontier fare, keep in mind you’ll pay around $120 round-trip to check a bag.

You can upgrade on United for $30 to $87 each way to get a free carry-on, free seat selection and the ability to change your itinerary without penalty. As always, the best way to get the very best savings is to pack light.

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Deal basics

Airlines: Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier and United

Routes: Nonstop flights from Denver, LA and Minneapolis to Las Vegas

How to book: Browse Google Flights, then book directly with the airline

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Travel dates: Primarily between April and August; best availability is in May and June

Book by: As soon as possible

This deal was originally sent out by Going. Sign up for Going to get up to 90% off select flights via its Premium membership, which users can try for free for 14 days and then $69 per year. You can also upgrade to the Elite tier for $199 per year for access to all the Premium deals, plus premium economy, business-class and first-class alerts.

Sample flights

Frontier has great availability in May for nonstop flights out of Denver International Airport (DEN) to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS) in Vegas for just $43 round-trip.

Yes, you’ll have to pay Frontier’s high fees to bring a carry-on on board or check a bag, but it’s still a really good price.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

The same route is even cheaper in June, at only $38 round-trip.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

What about Minneapolis? Well, we found good availability on Delta for discounted flights from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) to Vegas in May for only $139 round-trip.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

We had the same success in June, finding nonstops out of Minneapolis on Delta for just $139 round-trip. Also, remember that Delta economy tickets come with a free carry-on.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

Alaska has round-trip fares from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Las Vegas in June for $83. That’s a nice discount from normal prices for that route. We found good availability in June out of LA for these sale fares.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

American has discounted flights in June from LA to Las Vegas as well. They are a bit more expensive than Alaska’s fares, but $91 is still a good price.

GOOGLE FLIGHTS

Maximize your purchase

When you book this deal or any flights, be sure to use a credit card that earns bonus points on airfare purchases, such as:

Bottom line

After you book a flight, the next thing you should do is make your dinner reservations and buy tickets to whatever shows you want to see. There’s no “down season” in Vegas, and the best restaurants and most popular shows tend to fill up quickly.

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