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Today's Your Last Chance To Cash-In On Delta's Cut-Price Flights

Delta has slashed prices on a number of internal flights in the US, but you'll have to act fast as the sale ends incredibly soon.

Most people dream of seeing the world, or at least most of it. Perhaps you have a list of dream destinations that you are gradually ticking off every time you get the chance to pay one a visit. The trouble is, finding the time is only one of a long list of reasons that prevent us from visiting wherever we want, whenever we want.

Along with time, money is the biggest reason why we're not just constantly traveling. Yes, there is a long list of cities in Europe that we know are beautiful because we've seen pictures. However, have you looked at how much it costs to see them in person? Newsflash, flights are expensive. Well, we can't help you with flights that far, but Delta is on hand to help out with places closer to home.

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The airline is currently having a massive sale, reports Travel + Leisure. If you want to take advantage of it, you'll have to act fast. Today (September 25, 2019) is the final day of the sale. Most of the flights on offer are departing between October 2019 and February 2020. Short notice, but they'll only be short trips.

Locations from which cut price Delta flights will be departing from include Detroit, Los Angeles, and Detroit, but you can head to the airline's site for a full list of the hubs and deals included. To give you an idea of how cheap the reduced tickets are, a round trip from LA to New Orleans is currently listed at $217. Even better, Seattle to San Jose and back will cost you just $97.

Like we said, if you were planning a trip, your first port of call should be Delta. Even if you're not, why not pay the site a visit? You might see something you like. Also, just because the ticket price has been reduced on Delta, shop around. It isn't the cheapest airline around, and even at its discounted price, the same trip might still be cheaper with another airline.

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