Maybe you want to start the new year off by planning a holiday. Maybe you just want to ring in the new year in a new city. Whatever the case, here are some of the airline deals you’ll find this week. The best part? These are all dog-friendly airlines! Each airline has different pet policies, so make sure to check with them before making plans to jet off with your pup.
With a sale ending on the 31st, Southwest is calling all their passengers to “jingle all the way to 2016 with low fares.” You should know before booking that Southwest only allows small dogs in carriers that must fit under your seat, and there is a $95 Pet Fare added on to the price of a booking. The airline does not transport pets in the cargo bin, so make sure you follow the guidelines for bringing your doge onboard with you.
Click here for deals currently being offered by Southwest.
With low fares from 22 major airports in the U.S., Virgin America’s got some good deals you can take advantage of from now until January 5, 2016. And for a fee of $100, your pup can travel with you in the cabin, as long as they can fit in a carrier under the seat in front of you.
Click here for Virgin’s current deals.
United is having a last-minute sale for travel out of five major U.S. airports between January 5 and May 25, 2016. The only catch? You have to book by December 31. You can bring your pooch onboard for $125, as long as you have a carrier that follows guidelines posted on the United site.
Click here to see United’s deals.
New York City to Nassau for just $87 How about to Las Vegas for $69? JetBlue’s got some sweet deals going on at the moment and, with their free JetPaws program, it might just be time for a quick getaway for you and your pup. Don’t forget to sign up for their TrueBlue rewards programs so you can get an extra 300 points just for traveling with your furry bestie.
Click here to check out current JetBlue deals.
With a pet fee of only $75 per flight segment, Frontier Airlines boasts some pretty sweet low fares and a pet policy that allows pups in the cabin with their humans (none allowed in the hold). Most of the fares included in the sale must be purchased by January 2.
For Frontier’s online deals, click here.