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Monday, October 26th 2020

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Edmonton to Phoenix - $281 roundtrip after taxes

It's rare to see a destination from YEG drop into the range of $200 something roundtrip after taxes these days. Even Edmonton to Vancouver doesn't go sub-$300 anymore! Sadly, Calgary, and perhaps Kamloops, are about the only destinations left in the $200-something club.

But today United Airlines put Phoenix back into the club, although Phoenix likely won't be a member for very long.

The easiest way to see the fares is to just go to Google Flights Explorer and put Phoenix (PHX) into the 'To' box.


It looks like the fare drop has affected dates between now and June 2013.

Once you've found your dates, you might want to enter them into www.United.ca - otherwise Google Flights Explorer will lead you to United.com, the American version of the site. Use United.ca to see fares in CDN dollars.

UPDATE @ 2:25 PM - The fares now appear to be higher on both United.com and United.ca when clicking through from Google Flights Explorer. Looks like United might have put the fares back up.

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2 Responses to "Edmonton to Phoenix - $281 roundtrip after taxes"

    Has Nicole s  been here?
       Nicole s on January 25th, 2013

    I was one click away from having purchased tickets when they booted me out and raised the price by $120.00. When I called them about it the guy on the phone admitted that no one can book for that price. Do you know if what he said was true or not?

    Has Jim been here?
       Jim on January 25th, 2013

    Unfortunately human ticketing agents don't really have the ability to book prices that are any different than what are currently showing in the computer systems or on major search engines. Booking online is usually the best chance to get the deal, as it's the quickest.

    It looks like this was just a really popular deal and United likely sold out of the cheap seats, unfortunately just as you were booking.

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