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With summer almost over, it may be time to use those vacation days you’re holding onto. Take a look at this week’s top airline deals and promo codes to make the most of the last days of the season.

  • Head to Atlanta and Cincinnati for $20, Denver and Las Vegas for $49, and San Francisco for $79 with Frontier Airlines. Bookings must be made by August 22 for travel from August 29 until September 30.
  • For one-way domestic flights from $34.09 to $88.09, take a trip on select dates from August through December. Spirit Airlines is offering the deal for cities across the nation, including Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, New Orleans, Oakland, Orlando and many more. Be sure to book your flight by Tuesday, August 23. 
  • Plan a getaway to San Jose, Costa Rica over Labor Day Weekend, and spend from $237 on tickets through Kayak.com. Flights to Canada—Winnipeg, Vancouver, Edmonton, Kitchener, Victoria, Calgary and Toronto—range from $296 to $423 for excursions from August 23 to 30.   
  • If you need a quick getaway this weekend, Miami is only $197 away and Fort Lauderdale is $157 through Hipmunk.com. Additional three-day trips in September include San Diego and Atlanta from $117, Chicago from $137 and Las Vegas from $185. 
  • JetBlue is offering one-way tickets to New York for $134 throughout most of September, and Boston for $84 on select Tuesdays and Wednesdays in September.  

Promo Codes 

  • Enter “SM20160” to receive $250 off per adult and $750 off per child when booking the eight-day Paris & the Heart of Normandy river cruise with Vantage Deluxe World Travel for trips in 2017.   
  • Smartfare.com has several promotions, including $15 off weekend getaways with “SFWEE15,” $20 off for senior citizens with “SFSNR20” and $25 off for business travel “SFBIZ25.”
  • Save $100 by using “100VACA” if you're booking a four-night hotel stay, and spend $1,500 on flight and hotel packages with Orbitz.com. Bookings must be made by September 15 for travel now through January 31 of next year.
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