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Buffalo to Las Vegas return for $200 all in on United

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Buffalo to Las Vegas return for $200 all in on United

United is having a sale for various cities, including Buffalo, to Vegas. Availability is limited, but if you look around you should be able to find dates in April and May for around $200 all in.

Sample dates include April 10 to 17.


You can check on the united.com website, or look at united.ca for prices in $Can. I'm unsure when the sale will end.


Edit: As found by golfer29, this fare is available on selected dates for all of this year and early next year. Use a tool such as Kayak or ItaSoftware to look for dates.
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Also try spirit airlines. They fly to select locations and they offer cheap flights.
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I'm looking for a flight to Vegas Jul 5th weekend. Thanks for the idea of departing from Buffalo. It's showing up $350 with a shop in Chi for $350.
davidlmf wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2009 3:27 pm
I'm pretty sure it's illegal in RFD rules to pass up a PM opportunity
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Nice find. The fare is good through next year

www.kayak.com is a good site to use to check availability since it shows monthly views
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Good deal to Vegas. I paid $173 all in to Orlando last month and Vegas is a lot further.
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prettyha8 wrote:
Mar 24th, 2012 2:15 pm
I'm looking for a flight to Vegas Jul 5th weekend. Thanks for the idea of departing from Buffalo. It's showing up $350 with a shop in Chi for $350.

If your dates are flexible, July 5-10 is $208 all in
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golfer29 wrote:
Mar 24th, 2012 2:27 pm
If your dates are flexible, July 5-10 is $208 all in

I am good with July 5-10. Where did you find this?
davidlmf wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2009 3:27 pm
I'm pretty sure it's illegal in RFD rules to pass up a PM opportunity
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prettyha8 wrote:
Mar 24th, 2012 2:48 pm
I am good with July 5-10. Where did you find this?
Go to www.united.ca . I just checked and it's there for Can $210, all tax and fees included.
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Glad to see some major airline coming out with affordable prices now to compete with those budget airlines. I have always used Buffalo airport instead of Pearson... although I wouldn't mind trying Niagara Falls Airport next time.... some budget airlines there too (minus one, directair just died)...
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Be warned...it's United's policy to oversell if at all possible. They then will ask for volunteers to take different flights to try to fill up emptier flights, in exchange for a free voucher good for anywhere within the lower 48.

Only problem, is I've seen when there are no volunteers...they just pick people at random to get left behind!!
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I'm always travelling because of business so thanks for this! I'll see if it can be any use for me Image
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Don't forget to add $50 if you're checking a bag ($25 each way). United is one of those airlines that gouges passengers for 1 checked bag.
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chernabog wrote:
Mar 24th, 2012 5:30 pm
Don't forget to add $50 if you're checking a bag ($25 each way). United is one of those airlines that gouges passengers for 1 checked bag.

Pretty much every US airline does this other than Southwest Airlines. Air Canada also charges
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golfer29 wrote:
Mar 24th, 2012 6:06 pm
Pretty much every US airline does this other than Southwest Airlines. Air Canada also charges

JetBlue doesn't charge for the first checked bag. Southwest allows 2 free checked bags.
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