Unfiltered daily Patreon recap for New York, Los Angeles + metro area, Chicago, Milwaukee, Seattle, Everett, and Portland - June 24, 2020 @ 3:00 PM CT

 

This post is the unfiltered daily Patreon recap of New York, Los Angeles + metro area, Chicago, Milwaukee, Seattle, Everett, and Portland airfare as of June 24, 2020 @ 03:00 PM Central Time. There are currently (1016) fares that are below (or near) their 9-month moving average.

The airfare count per region is as follows:

  • New York/Newark (180)
  • Los Angeles area (283)
  • Chicago/Milwaukee (256)
  • Seattle/Everett (155)
  • Portland (142)

A few notes:

  • This post contains the raw data that I use to generate the content on this blog and it is exclusively available only to our Patreon Supporters as a way to say "Thanks for helping us remain in business despite all that's been going on." If you're not already a supporter and you're interested in receiving these kinds of daily data snapshots, please consider supporting me on Patreon.
  • This raw data isn't curated. There will be many entries in here that would not "make the cut" for our regular blog content, such as deals with only 3 or 4 seats available, long connection times, or just not being priced low enough.
  • Keep in mind that prices and availability can and will change given enough time. Fares can and will expire. If the fare hasn't sold out or been removed by the airline, then these links *should* pull up an example of the fare, but you may need to select slightly different dates if the original example dates sold out.
  • This list is a good way to get a recap of deals that were previously mentioned on the blog, since those deals will also be listed here.
  • The entries in this recap are sorted by "deal time" with newest deals at the top.
  • "Lowest Moving Average" is a 9-month moving average of the lowest price seen. Use it to determine how good a fare is when compared to its historical "lowest" price.
  • This list describes fare class like this:
    • Bare economy - A fare that has fees for bags, seat selection, multiple stops or inferior routing.
    • Trash fare - A fare with major problems. Too many stops, overnight connections, airline with weak financials, or severely restricted fare class.
    • Restricted economy - A fare where bags aren't free, or where connection times and routing are long.
    • Economy/Full Economy - Good fare, allows for free carry-on bag or free checked-bags.

Nonstop: Flights from New York / Newark

With-Stops: Flights from New York / Newark

Southwest Airlines Flights from New York / Newark

Nonstop: Flights from Chicago and Milwaukee

With-Stops: Flights from Chicago and Milwaukee

Southwest Airlines Flights from Chicago and Milwaukee

Nonstop: Flights from Los Angeles + metro area

With-Stops: Flights from Los Angeles + metro area

Southwest Airlines Flights from Los Angeles + metro area

Nonstop: Flights from Seattle and Everett