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Atlanta to Denver from $34 or Canada from $125 one way

Atlanta to Denver from $34 or Canada from $125 one way
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You can get out of the city and into the great outdoors with round-trip rates from just $68.
Clara Bosonetto | March 27, 2024

Are you ready to book a summer getaway? Even if your budget is frugal, here are three airfare deals from Atlanta to two amazingly beautiful destinations! The prices shown here have stayed consistent, but one never knows when a low price will vanish. So if you see a deal you love, buy the ticket. By law you have a 24-hour window to cancel without penalty (it might hit your credit card for a few days). Since these airfares are one-way, you can mix/match your airlines on round-trip travel (two separate tickets).

These are basic economy class rates, or a la carte fares that come with nothing but a place on an airplane. Advance seat selections to checked bags are extra. When you book you will be offered the opportunity to upgrade or bundle your airfare with what you need.

Denver, Colorado

United, nonstop:

  • $70-$90 one-way each direction Basic Economy; valid April 30-August 10 (not available in June)
  • $155 Economy
  • $243 Economy Plus

Delta, nonstop:

  • $75-$95 one-way each direction Basic Economy; valid April 20-August 10 (not available in June)
  • $135 Main Cabin Economy
  • $195 Comfort+
  • Note: This route requires as few as 9,000 SkyMiles

Frontier, nonstop:

  • $29-$69 one-way each direction Economy; valid April 2-June 29


Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

United, one connection:

  • $121 west one-way; valid April 6-May 15; June 4-August 29
  • $148 east one-way; valid April 2-August 27

Delta/WestJet, nonstop:

  • $165 west one-way Basic Economy; valid June 3-October 26
  • $125 east one-way Basic Economy; valid April 15-May 4; $150-$158 May 11-October 26

I checked prices for summer auto rentals in Denver on Kayak and they weren’t too bad. The rental company SIXT averages about $520 for a week; $52 daily for mid-size vehicles.

The cost of a rental car in Calgary is nuts (also shopped at Kayak). Lowest cost for a week started from $700 to $1,200. Rates in Vancouver are much lower with a weekly rental from $400.

The rates for a week on Turo are much better. This is a ride-sharing service and in many cases includes unlimited miles, free to fair cancellation policies; 24/7 support, roadside assistance. Your rental is delivered to you. No lines, no waiting, no headaches. Turo’s peer-to-peer carsharing allows private car owners to rent out their vehicles via an online and mobile interface in five countries.

Travel note: For entry into/from Canada, U.S. citizens require a valid U.S. passport, passport card, or NEXUS card. Children under 16 only need proof of U.S. citizenship. For more, visit the State Department.

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel, and check out for trip insurance. Going (formerly Scott’s Cheap Flights) is a great service that offers domestic and international flight deals.

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