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California to Las Vegas Cheap Airline Tickets

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Jun/04/2011
California to Las Vegas Cheap Airline Tickets

With our biggest USA readership coming from California, Gambling911.com lists the best California to Las Vegas cheap airline tickets.  We have summer fares from San Diego, Los Angeles, San Jose, Sacramento and San Francisco to Sin City.

 

Most of the following fares are based on Wednesday thru Tuesday round trip travel. 

Round Trip Flights Under $150

San Diego –

June 15th thru 21st - $220 on Continental, United and US Airways

4th of July Weekend - American Airlines, with one stop, had a round trip airfare of $177.

July 13th thru 19th – American Airlines $169 (compared to next cheapest fare of $184).

July 20th thru 26th - $169

August fares tended to be around $169.

 

Los Angeles  –

June 15th thru 21st - $60 on Spirit

4th of July Weekend - $61 on Spirit and nearly half the price of the competition.

July 13th thru 19th – $60 on Spirit.  American Airlines was offering a $78 fare for those of you not willing to fly the ultra cheap Spirit Airlines. 

These fares continue into August for the most part.

 

San Francisco  –

June 15th thru 21st - $249 on American with a stopover going to Vegas and direct on Virgin America coming back.  $286 nonstop flights.

July 4th weekend - $194 on US Airways nonstop.

July 13th thru 19th – $182 nonstop on Virgin America.

This fare tends to continue into August as of press time.

 

San Jose –

June 15th thru 21st - $239 on Alaska Airlines.

July 4th weekend - $205 nonstop on US Airways.

July 13th thru 19th – $213 on Alaska

Similar fares thru August.

 

Sacramento –

June 15th thru 21st - $244 multiple carriers

July 4th weekend - $177 with stops on American

July 13th thru 19th and into August - $177

- Payton O’Brien, Gambling911.com Senior Editor

Round Trip Flights Under $150

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