AA/JetBlue/United: Fly Nonstop Between Newark And Fort Myers, Austin, Charlotte, Cleveland, Or Nashville For Just $12-$17 Or 840 Chase Points Each Way!

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-See more about what to do in Cleveland in the Cleveland Master Thread on DDF.

Airfares may never be this cheap ever again, this ticket price is literally $4 plus tax:

AA/United: Newark to Charlotte $12-$14 dates in bold, $24 dates in plain font:
July: 13 through 30
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15

January 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 10, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31
February 2, 4, 6, 7, 9

AA/United: Charlotte to Newark $12-$14 dates, $22 dates in plain font:
July: 13 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 24, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 16
January 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 16, 20, 21, 25, 27, 28, 30
February 1, 3, 4, 6, 8


United: Newark to Cleveland $14 dates:
July: 11 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15

United: Cleveland to Newark $14 dates:
July: 17 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15


JetBlue/United: Newark to Fort Myers $17 dates:
July: 17 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 25, 26, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15

JetBlue/United: Fort Myers to Newark $17 dates:
July: 17 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15


United: Newark to Austin $17 dates:
July: 17 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month, except 8, 15
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15

United: Austin to Newark $17 dates:
July: 17 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month, except 12
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15


United: Newark to Nashville $17 dates:
July: 18 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15

United: Nashville to Newark $17 dates:
July: 17 through 31
August: Entire month
September: Entire month
October: Entire month
November: Entire month, except 20, 25, 28, 29, 30
December: 1 through 15


Using Chase Points:

If you have a Chase Sapphire Reserve card you can redeem points for 1.5 cents each towards travel. If you have a Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Ink Preferred you can redeem points for 1.25 cents each towards travel.

You can login to your account and redeem Chase points for travel here. The cost will be just 840 points each way with a Sapphire Reserve! That rate include all taxes and you will still earn flight miles as well!


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38 Comments On "AA/JetBlue/United: Fly Nonstop Between Newark And Fort Myers, Austin, Charlotte, Cleveland, Or Nashville For Just $12-$17 Or 840 Chase Points Each Way!"

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Tom

A ticket at the Rock and Roll hall of fame ($28 + taxes) costs more than a RT ticket from Newark to Cleveland. Crazy times

Izz

EWR to RSW is $17.10 each way as well.

EWR to TPA or ATL is $25 each way.

All nonstop too.

I wish some of the love was shared with JFK / LGA too on the other airlines.

ari

I looked at car rentals in cleveland and they seem to be thru the roof in august (over $100 a day.

Izz

Also, Jetblue has matched many of the dates from EWR to AUS for $17.10 each way.

joel

booked my family of 8 rt to clt for 168 just for the ride !

Tom

I give you credit. You dont mind taking care of 8 kids thru security and on a plane for the fun of it.

eli

some “underprivileged” kids would have the time of there life ..probabbly behave way better in fact

Sillypainter

Just booked a couple of seats for my family in August to explore DD town.

Moshe

Is there a way to use ultimate rewards points and get the United explorer card benefits? (I have both cards)

Meir

Good question

Meir

Anyone can advise of a Hyatt in Cleveland that’s walking distance to a Shul ?

DDF\'er

https://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=1343.0
-There is a new Hyatt Place in Legacy Village within walking distance of the Jewish community, though it’s located just outside of the Eruv. It costs only 5K points/night.

Meir

Thank you!
I have googled the distance from that hotel to the Chabad, takes about 1 hr walk ? Or there is a closer Shul? It’s a category 2, it should be 8k points but that’s OK

DDF\'er

That was a quote from Dan’s wiki on that forum. I have never been there

Meir

Thank you Dan, you’re the best!

Tiger

Is it Shabbos friendly, I mean electronic locks, electric eye sensors, etc?

Nechemia

Please keep in mind, most of cities mentioned here, you must self quarantine coming back to New York and Jersey! So cheap tickets right now isn’t worth it!

Mergs

Also frontier has many $11 tickets from Newark. You can go to Las Vegas and back for $22!

johnny

why would anyone put their life @ risk for $12 plane ticket?

B. Schubert

Can you still bring on a full size carry on bag on board if the ticket is purchased with a mileage plus credit card with a name different than on the ticket?

MM

United doesn’t let you choose a seat for this price ticket – if you do the “extra seat” ticket will they let you sit next to it? Thanks!

SwellCindy

What is the “extra seat” ticket, just purchase 2 seats?

AH

Is there a way to get free luggage with my united card and also be covered with CSR travel insurance???

East Coast Scott

Some of my kids have no summer. If you can guide me to the best website for things to do in Cleveland, I would pay this fare just to say we were able to do something.

East Coast Scott

Thanks. Very thorough. Besides Cedar Point and the Indians (vs. Coney Island and the Mets?), we have similar things here.

Rachel

I don’t see $17 tickets from Newark to Nashville? It comes up as $34 (for August)

Adina Tyberg

where is better to go with kids Nashville TN and drive to different cities or Cleveland?

Adina Tyberg

So where is better for kids. More to do in Tennessee or Cleveland????

Izz

EWR to MSY (New Orleans) is now $14.10 each way for many dates, nonstop.

Glenn

Hi Dan! I was all excited to get a $17 ticket from Newark to Ft. Myers to see Mom, but I’m not sure if I’m doing it right. The cheapest flight I’m seeing between JetBlue & United is $83 for Nov. 18. Have the cheapy seats been taken? I don’t see a special code. Am I doing it wrong? (Not spending too much money is good for your health, btw…!) 🙂

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