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Nonstop Flights: Houston to/from Phoenix $97 r/t – United / Southwest

[07/09/2015 @ 12:00 PM] Open this itinerary here: Priceline, Orbitz, CheapTicketsTravelocity, ExpediaBookingBuddy, Southwest.
[07/10/2015 @ 10:20 AM] Most availability has sold out. United is matching, but those are mostly sold out also. Updated calendar.
[07/10/2015 @ 10:32 AM] Most prices after August have increased from $118 to $157.
[07/12/2015 @ 1:51 PM] Fare gone. Removed from deal list.
[07/23/2015 @ 3:40 PM] UA resumes sale. AA, nope. Southwest is matching.
[07/26/2015 @ 11:10 AM] Fare gone for now. There is a good chance it will be re-added in a few days. Removing from deal list for now.

United and Southwest have NONSTOP flights from Houston (IAH / HOU) to Phoenix (PHX) for $97, round-trip. Flights on select days in August. Fare is reversible. See Flight Details section for example dates.

Note: Midweek flights after August on TUE/WED/SAT are $131, round-trip.

This fare will probably expire tomorrow July 24 unless extended by Untied.

Check out this other sale: [Nonstop Flights: Houston to Chicago $87 r/t – United / American].

To save the most money, be sure to apply the travel coupon codes available at the bottom of this post.

Note: OTAs such as Orbitz and Priceline allow free cancellation without penalty before 10 PM central time the day after you purchase. As deals sell-out or expire quickly, this policy will allow you to “lock-in” the cheap fare while you sort out a plan. Just keep in mind that after 10 PM the next day, you will not be able to cancel without the regular penalty.

United and Delta also allow free cancellations within 24-hours while American only allows you to “Hold” a ticket (without paying) for 24-hours. Keep in mind that once you pay for a ticket on AA.com you can’t cancel it without a change fee or penalty, even if was purchased less than 24-hours ago.

The Department of Transportation doesn’t enforce 24-hour free cancellation on tickets less than 7-days away from departure, so some airlines and OTAs will allow it while some will not. On Orbitz, you can easily see if your ticket allows a free cancellation, just look for “FREE Cancel” next to the price of the ticket.

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Flight Availability: Houston to Phoenix as of 3:42 PM on 7/23/15.
Flight Availability: Houston to Phoenix as of 3:42 PM on 7/23/15.

Booking your trip as a Flight + Hotel package will probably save you more money than if you were to book separately.

I was able to pull this up on Priceline and Orbitz, other OTAs seem to price this higher. (Example booking screenshot, other dates available in the Flight Details section of this post.)

Example booking on Priceline
Example booking on Priceline

Flight Details:

  • Availability: See Calendar. Ticket by Jul 24.
  • Documentation: Domestic Flight.
  • Departure and Destination Airports: IAH – PHX
  • Example Dates: United (Priceline) Aug 18-22, – Aug 24-29 / Aug 28 – 31 / Aug 14 – Aug 21, 28 / Aug 26 – Sep 01-03
  • Example Dates: Southwest Airlines: Use “Flexible Date Tool” and select August as your departure and return month.
  • Carrier: United
  • Fare Basis Code: NEP21ACS
  • Fare Class: N
  • Mile Accrual: United is revenue based.
  • Stopover component: none.
  • CPM: 4.91 (2018 miles)
  • Full Route: IAH-PHX-IAH
  • Previous Low Price Average: $142
  • Open this itinerary on: Priceline, Orbitz, CheapTicketsTravelocity, ExpediaBookingBuddy, Southwest.

Destination information:

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