Use this code to get flights to California for less than $705 return

Posted: 19 October 2018 4:21 pm

Gear up to spend summer in Los Angeles or San Francisco next year.

United Airlines is helping us start our weekend on a high with flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco on sale from $754.24 and $762.14 return.

Wait, you said I could get fares from $704!

You're right. I did. And you can. With the help of Skiddoo's code which shaves an extra $50 off your return fare.

That brings flights to Los Angeles down to $704.24 and to San Francisco to $712.14.

Travel is available from 19 October - 10 December 2018 and 12 January - 18 October 2019 and while that means no to Christmas in The States, it does mean yes to summer in California.

The catch? You need to get on this by midnight tonight 19 October. Get the code here then bounce onto the Skiddoo website to book your ticket.

How good are these United Airlines fares?

  • Price: Great. At less than $705 return it's super rare to find anything to California cheaper unless you're booking an Air China sale during off-peak in October and November.
  • Airline: Good. United Airlines is a 3-star, full service airline. Checked luggage, meals and entertainment are included in your seat so there will be no nasty fees in those departments.
  • Travel time: Great. Flights to Los Angeles are direct though some flights to San Francisco might be via Los Angeles.
  • Weather: Great. You've basically got a full suite of seasons to pick from here. We suggest booking for June to August as this is summer and the time to hit the beaches and the festivals.

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