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United Airlines sale: Flights to Alaska from $189

Clara Bosonetto July 17, 2019
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Save big on flights to Alaska!

United Airlines has made travel to Alaska in the affordable category and just in time for a peak summer adventure. But that travel window is a short one as autumn comes early in this neck of the woods.

Here are sample one-way rates to/from Fairbanks:

  • $189 Salt Lake City
  • $193 San Francisco
  • $203 Detroit
  • $205 Memphis
  • $206 St. Louis
  • $207 Houston
  • $209 Atlanta
  • $212 New York
  • $218 Tampa

These rates are based on August 7 to 22 travel in each direction. Book by July 26.

Start the booking process at and select One-Way travel and United as the airline. You’ll see the lowest prices highlighted in green.

Located less than 200 miles from the Arctic Circle, the Fairbanks region offers the best of Alaska’s tourist attractions and natural wonders.

If you go, consider a rental car to hit the scenic 323-mile-long Parks Highway that connects Anchorage and Fairbanks. The road threads past some of Alaska’s most iconic Alaskan areas, including Denali National Park and Denali-Mt. McKinley.

Before you hit the road, check out The Milepost — an invaluable website to learn about services such as fueling stations, food, and points of interest along Alaska’s long stretches of roads and highways.

These fares will sell out quickly and pricing can change at any time. Always be sure to price compare to make sure that you’re getting the best deal. Google Flights and are great resources to check against other carriers, but you’ll want to be sure to book directly with the carrier. 

See Clark’s travel planning and booking guide for the best tips on stress-free travel.

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