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YVR to LAX $187.66 USD Round Trip +taxes - Alaska Airlines

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YVR to LAX $187.66 USD Round Trip +taxes - Alaska Airlines

I was looking for flights to LAX (Los Angeles, CA) and found this HOT deal. This is for Sunday to Sunday flight. March 22-29, 2009 (Sunday to Sunday).

You may want to check other dates.


YVR to LAX $93.83 one way - Alaska Airlines
$187.66 Lowest roundtrip fare ($93.83 departing + $93.83 return)
March 22-29, 2009 (Sunday to Sunday)

Good Luck and Have a nice Flight =)
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For a couple bucks more you can go to KOA and do a stopover in LAX for a couple of days free!
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i recommend you edit the title to include "Round Trip" otherwise it will be mistaken for 187.66 for just YVR -> LAX which is pretty expensive for this time of the year if booking this early for march
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I would not necessarily view this fare as HOT. It assumes a base fare of C$221 RT and comes to about C$321 all-in. A lot of times AC would offer a base fare of $99 one/way YVR-LAX which would yield a better price than this AS fare.
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If your planning on going to Disneyland, they current have a promo on their park hopper tickets where Adults pay kids rate. Ends April 30, 2009.

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Cheapipay wrote: I was looking for flights to LAX (Los Angeles, CA) and found this HOT deal. This is for Sunday to Sunday flight. March 22-29, 2009 (Sunday to Sunday).

You may want to check other dates.


YVR to LAX $93.83 one way - Alaska Airlines
$187.66 Lowest roundtrip fare ($93.83 departing + $93.83 return)
March 22-29, 2009 (Sunday to Sunday)

Good Luck and Have a nice Flight =)
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Nov 26, 2004
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Here's a quote from Alaska Airlines' site (in USD):

Base fare and surcharges: $175.00
US DOT taxes: $13.10
Advertised base fare: $188.10
Other taxes, segment fees,
airport facility charges and/or
September 11th security fees: $54.10
Total per person: $242.20
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IceQue wrote: For a couple bucks more you can go to KOA and do a stopover in LAX for a couple of days free!
Yes. But doesn't the Kona deal works on specific dates? I believe the max days of the trip is 6 days. You won't have much time going to both LA and Kona (plus travel time).
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A co-worker of mine booked his flight from Bellingham to LV via Allegiant Air for $100 USD (everything included) per person for round trip in February. *sigh* I want to go again. :o
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I thought I heard that Alaska was one of the airlines that recently went bankrupt.

Edit: Then again, it might have been Aloha, or some other Hawaiian airline.
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actionj wrote: A co-worker of mine booked his flight from Bellingham to LV via Allegiant Air for $100 USD (everything included) per person for round trip in February. *sigh* I want to go again. :o
my friends and I just booked a flight in june from bellingham to san francisco

all included its like $220 Canadian return

its $45 US each way plus fees etc and comes to around $170 USD

there are cheaper fares - like $15 each way and a round trip with all fees etc is $70 USD but not on the dates we decided on

now finding a hotel is the fun part
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Deal sounds pretty dang good. Image But do these deals have other ridiculous taxes that come up once being processed?
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actionj wrote: A co-worker of mine booked his flight from Bellingham to LV via Allegiant Air for $100 USD (everything included) per person for round trip in February. *sigh* I want to go again. :o

I flew with them to vegas for about that price ($29 each way plus taxes/fees). Pretty decent, but they charge for every little thing. I'd use them again.
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wheeldeals wrote: Yes. But doesn't the Kona deal works on specific dates? I believe the max days of the trip is 6 days. You won't have much time going to both LA and Kona (plus travel time).
You can only stay up to 6 or 7 days in Hawaii, but you can spent more time afterwards in SFO or LAX. Last week, I tried it with 2 nights in LAX and it was the same price (more days probably also possible).

That deal may be over though. People have mentioned that the price goes up ($400+) when you try to actually purchase the ticket. last week, people have had success getting the low fare by first calling into United and reserving the ticket with an agent, and then purchasing the ticket online (to save the $25 booking fee). If the online purchase still doesn't work, call in again and tell them about the errors on the web, and they will also waive the $25 fee.

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