Nonstop Flights: Houston to/from Los Angeles $130 r/t – United

[09/02/2015 @ 7:21 PM] Open this itinerary on: PricelineCheapTickets, Orbitz, TravelocityExpedia, HotwireBookingBuddy.
[09/03/2015 @ 12:06 PM] Sale extended by United. Price increased to $111 (was $107). Less availability than yesterday.
[09/10/2015 @ 6:20 PM] Price increased to $130, was $111.
[09/28/2015 @ 4:16 AM] Removing from deal list for now.

The prices and details in this post were accurate when this post was last updated (see time-stamps above). Prices and availability will eventually change, given enough time.

United is offering round-trip flights from Houston (IAH) to Los Angeles (LAX) for $130, NONSTOP. Flights TUE/WED September to October. See the Flight Details section of this post for example booking dates.

Orbitz and CheapTickets has a search tool that looks for flights 3-days before and after the dates you’ve selected, you should use it if you have a general idea of when you want to travel, but want to see other prices for other dates close to the ones you’ve selected.

To save the most money, be sure to apply the travel coupon codes available at the bottom of this post. Booking your trip as a Flight + Hotel package will probably save you more money than if you were to book separately. Vacation Packages on Orbitz and Priceline are usually better than what is offered directly by the airline, so be sure to compare them all to get the best price.

Note: OTAs such as Orbitz and Travelocity 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 Los Angeles as of 12:13 PM on 9/3/15.
Flight Availability: Houston to Los Angeles as of 12:13 PM on 9/3/15.

I was able to pull up this fare on Priceline, and it should be available on most of the major booking sites. Screenshot taken at 12:13 PM on 9/3/15. Prices and availability can and will change.

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Flight Details:

  • Availability: See calendar. 7-day advance purchase required.
  • Documentation: Domestic Flight.
  • Departure and Destination Airports: IAH – LAX
  • Example Dates: (Priceline / Orbitz) Oct 06 – Oct 13 / Other dates: Try the +/- 3-day search tool on Orbitz.
  • Carrier: United
  • Fare Basis Code: NEA21AWS
  • Fare Class: N
  • Mile Accrual: 100%
  • Stopover component: none.
  • CPM: 4.24 (2758 miles)
  • Full Route: IAH-LAX-IAH
  • Previous Lowest Price Average: $178
  • Open this itinerary on: PricelineCheapTickets, Orbitz, TravelocityExpedia, HotwireBookingBuddy.

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