14 Deals under $260 Round Trip from Denver This Fall

Denver residents have no excuse to stay home this fall, as flights can be booked for as little as $124 round trip to top tourist destinations across the United States.

Dakota Smith - Jan. 27, 2015

Travelers flying out of the Denver International Airport this fall are in luck, as there are flights to a number of American destinations on sale for incredibly low prices. How about a jaunt to Las Vegas for only $124 round trip? A trip to Nashville for as little as $163? Or even a cross-country flight to Miami for only $260? Read on to see 14 deals we found under $260 using the Hopper Flight Explorer on round-trip flights from Denver.

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1. Fly to Las Vegas for as low as $124 round trip

Shimmering, sparkling and mind-boggling in its dizzy electric energy, Las Vegas is a place that rarely fails to captivate, whether by its sprawling casino rooms, neon-lit drags, soaring rooftop mega clubs, ridiculous hotels, urban roller coasters, alien landscapes or star-studded array of year-round entertainments. Put simply, leave your lounging clothes at home for this one, because Sin City is the place to get loose, get wild, get rich, get adventurous and get pampered, where the closest you'll come to rest and relaxation is sipping rum punches by the pool. See you at the tables!

Top three reasons to visit Las Vegas:

  1. The casinos: Between the iconic fountains of the Bellagio and the neon-lit terraces of the MGM Grand, let it be said that Vegas and gaming go together like ace and king.
  2. The clubs: All-night pool parties laden with a-list celebs, sky-touching roof bars where cocktails flow as if from taps, world-class DJs and artists galore and more mega clubs than you can shake a neon glow stick at.
  3. The great outdoors: A visit to Vegas puts you just a stone's throw from some of the West's most fascinating natural attractions.

Flight is 1 hour and 48 minutes direct on Frontier, Spirit or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Las Vegas recently found:
-$104 round-trip on Spirit from Sep 23 to Sep 27
-$124 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 8 to Sep 16
-$124 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 20 to Sep 27
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2. Fly to Austin for as low as $143 round trip

All of the preconceived notions of Texas should be forgotten once you enter Austin. Its citizens have been "Keeping Austin Weird" officially since that slogan has been around, but also, for decades and decades earlier. Part university town, part art and culture mecca, and all down home southern comfort space, the only thing richer and more diverse than the city itself is the expanse of nature and wildlife outside of it. If you're going to go to Austin, beat the SXSW crowds on 6th street, because the culture lasts all year round.

Top three reasons to visit Austin:

  1. BBQ: One of the barbecue capitals, Austin keeps things hot and freshly charbroiled all over the city.
  2. The Live Music Capital of the World: Located at the intersection of country and rock, and jazz and blues, Austin has entertained some of the best progressive and genre-bending bands of the last century.
  3. Al fresco dining: With patio-ready weather nine months of the year, the local restaurant and bar scene do well to balance craft cocktails, microbrew and southern home cooking with a nice hit of Vitamin D.

Flight is 2 hours and 12 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Austin recently found:
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 25 to Oct 28
-$150 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 20 to Oct 25
-$150 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 22 to Oct 29
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3. Fly to San Diego for as low as $145 round trip

The second largest city in the state, and sitting on 70 miles of coastline on the Pacific Ocean and sharing in a border with Tijuana, San Diego is known far and wide for its pristine beaches, family friendly attractions and surf shacks. More relaxed than its flashier big brother and more innocent than its scandalous southern neighbor, San Diego offers a chilled out vibe perfect for surfing and exploring, while boasting a strong Mexican presence, which lends itself well to rich culinary offerings and street festivals.

Top three reasons to visit San Diego:

  1. Marine animals: The home of SeaWorld San Diego, Bitch Aquarium ocean conservation facility and the San Diego Zoo, anyone with an interest in fuzzy, scaley or supple-skin characters are in for quite the field day in SD.
  2. Beaches: San Diego is known for its 70 miles of gorgeous sunny Pacific coastline, etched out in high, rocky cliffs, reefs, tide pools, and sandy beaches.
  3. Legoland : Build a big Lego raft and float through a lazy river, check out an art museum with pieces crafted painstakingly with small plastic bricks, drive an electric Lego car, and even stay in the night in Lego themed hotel room.

Flight is 2 hours and 14 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to San Diego recently found:
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 10 to Sep 13
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 17 to Sep 24
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 30 to Oct 7
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4. Fly to Chicago for as low as $149 round trip

Some say no traveler can claim to have seen the real America unless they've visited Chicago, explored its earthy downtown districts, wallowed nostalgically in its smoky jazz bars, sampled its pizza pies, and devoured its spicy chilli dogs. True or not, the fact remains that Chicago is one of the country's most definitive metropolises; its third largest and a famous historical springboard for that western expansion that came to inform the country's pioneering spirit. Why not hop on one of these bargain flights to the O'Hare International Airport this year and get stuck into the mix?

Top three reasons to visit Chicago:

  1. The food: In the morning head for an all-American fry up, for lunch sink one of those definitive deep pan pizzas, for dinner dust off a platter of the city's famous fried chicken.
  2. Jazz and the blues: Tread in the footsteps of the city's favorite suited duo and tick off the joints that pepper the Blues Brothers' hometown, visiting some of America's most famous jazz and live music joints this side of the Mason-Dixon line.
  3. Lake Michigan: Let's not forget that this great city hugs the shores of one of America's Great Lakes, which means myriad beaches and state parks to explore just a stone's throw from the center!

Flight is 2 hours and 31 minutes direct on Spirit or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Chicago recently found:
-$154 round-trip on Spirit from Sep 23 to Sep 30
-$154 round-trip on Spirit from Sep 30 to Oct 14
-$164 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 1 to Oct 14
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5. Fly to Los Angeles for as low as $153 round trip

Though the major tourist season oscillates up and down throughout the year, the sun never stops shining in Los Angeles. A city so big most people mistake its neighborhoods for cities within the megacity, any kind of traveler will find something up their alley in LA: there are cheap and late-night eats housed in space-age diners, swanky lounges in hotel lobbies, whimsical tiki bars, Golden Age mansions, every kind of cultural representation from Koreatown to Little Bangladesh and beaches galore. Take an affordable flight during the off season and land in Los Angeles.

Top three reasons to visit Los Angeles:

  1. The cultural enclaves: One drive around LA can take visitors around neighborhoods like Koreatown, Little Tokyo, Little Osaka, Little Ethiopia, Chinatown, Historic Filipinotown, Little Armenia, Thai Town, Person Square and even more.
  2. Mid Century Modern Architecture: Beginning right at touchdown, visitors can spot these imaginative designs in the Theme Building at LAX, all the way to the Gehry-designed Walk Disney Concert Hall with its geometric aluminum curves.
  3. The food: LA boasts such recognizable names as José Andrés, Gordon Ramsay, Scarpetta, Wolfgang Puck, Bouchon and others.

Flight is 2 hours and 20 minutes direct on Frontier, United or US Airways

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Los Angeles recently found:
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 9 to Sep 13
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 10 to Sep 16
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 11 to Sep 16
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6. Fly to San Francisco for as low as $158 round trip

San Francisco: a tech mecca, hipster magnet, culture capital, North American nucleus of culinary arts and just plainly gorgeous to look at, with sweeping views of shimmering skyscrapers and calm waters crossed by the world famous Golden Gate Bridge. Rich with history (and a history lodged in gold, no less!) and intoxicating with flavors (helped by the world famous wines of nearby Napa and Sonoma Valleys), capped by a vibrant nightlife, there's never a bad time to find yourself sitting by the dock of the bay.

Top three reasons to visit San Francisco:

  1. Food: Between the seafood shacks and boats along the harbor and the French Laundry an hour out of SF in Napa Valley, there's enough in the city to keep people delectably satisfied for a lifetime.
  2. Nature: Don't forget to pack your hiking boots when you're going to San Francisco, because the nature trails and parks lead to divine panoramas, and they happen to be all around the city.
  3. Museums: Head into the SoMa neighborhood and you'll find the Museum of Modern Art, the Moscone Center, the Museum of Craft and Folk Art, the Cartoon Art Museum and others.

Flight is 2 hours and 33 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to San Francisco recently found:
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 10 to Sep 16
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 16 to Sep 20
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 17 to Sep 24
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7. Fly to Nashville for as low as $163 round trip

Why not set your holiday to the tunes of steel slide guitar and gritty honky-tonk this year, taking one of these bargain flight connections to Nashville, Tennessee, the Country Music Capital of the World. Head down to the famous Grand Ole Opry, where Hank Williams would pluck his train songs and outlaw ditties throughout the '50s, then navigate the gaudy brew-houses and music pubs of Lower Broadway, neon-lit and beating with the rhythms of snare and banjo well into the night.

Top three reasons to visit Nashville:

  1. The music: Home to the Grand Ole Opry, awash with independent live music joints and ever thumping its feet to sound of Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash.
  2. The whiskey: Don't even think about leaving town without sampling Tennessee's most famous of exports—that golden liquid muse of country folk since time immemorial: Whiskey.
  3. The food: In true southern style barbecue houses and grill joints abound across Nashville, while a burgeoning fine-dining scene also means great international cuisine.

Flight is 2 hours and 40 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Nashville recently found:
-$163 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 23 to Sep 27
-$163 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 24 to Oct 1
-$173 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 22 to Sep 30
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8. Fly to Portland for as low as $165 round trip

Green and idyllic, the largest city in Oregon also boasts a number of other titles. It's a karaoke capital, a beer brewing capital; it's Cartlandia, and a hipster enclave and historically artistic and liberal. In the '70s and '80s, it was a welcome home for riot grrrls, punks, zinesters and activists; now, it's a chilled out and relaxed all-loving city known for sunny days, friendly bike paths, accessible food, anal-retentive beer and coffee and a hip liberal youth culture.

Top three reasons to visit Portland:

  1. Food Trucks: Encompassing over 500 mobile eateries, there's a reason why Portland is often known as Cartlandia.
  2. Karaoke: It's an unexpected hipster phenomena, but not an unwelcome one.
  3. Beer: Widely considered America's beer capital, Portland has more microbreweries per capita than any other city.

Flight is 2 hours and 31 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Portland recently found:
-$144 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 13 to Sep 20
-$154 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 11 to Oct 18
-$170 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 13 to Sep 17
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9. Fly to Seattle for as low as $172 round trip

Crowned by the quirky Space Needle and peppered with verdant spruce trees, Seattle's unmistakable skyline is something of a metaphor for the city as whole; different, unique, eco-mad and forward-thinking all at the same time — the city that gave the world Microsoft and Starbucks while still nurturing a curious boho-beatnik philosophy and listening to the grungy tunes of Nirvana. This year, why not jump on one of these bargain connections into Seattle–Tacoma International and explore this kingpin of the Pacific Northwest yourself.

Top three reasons to visit Seattle:

  1. The panoramas: Few cities look quite as good as Seattle, with its soaring CBD and alien skyscrapers, all set to the backdrop of the snowy Cascade Mountains and the majestic Puget Sound.
  2. The locals: Sit and sip coffee in one of the independent brewers of Seattle's suburban neighborhoods and chat to the uber-friendly locals.
  3. The winter sports: Those snowy peaks on Seattle's horizon aren't just for decoration.

Flight is 2 hours and 49 minutes direct on Alaska, Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Seattle recently found:
-$164 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 16 to Sep 24
-$164 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 24 to Sep 27
-$164 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 14 to Oct 18
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10. Fly to Memphis for as low as $185 round trip

Go walking in Memphis and uncover the home of the Blues, the birth of the King of Rock and the buzzing nest of new and cool sounds. Bobbling along the landscape of Memphis are the neon signs of Beale Street, the pyramid-shaped Memphis Arena, austere edifices marking downtown Memphis and the flowing Mississippi River, and between all of those landmarks are joints serving up great barbecue and even better live music. Check out cheap direct flights and touch down in the land of the Delta Blues.

Top three reasons to visit Memphis:

  1. Graceland: The mansion was the long-time residence and place of death of Elvis, and is a cool place to wander, offering a glimpse into his personal life through a network of ornately decorated rooms.
  2. Soul, R&B and Rock: Anyone with even a passing interest in American contemporary music has a world to learn with a stop in the legendary Stax Museum of American Soul Music and a walk down Beale Street, lined with legendary clubs and cafés.
  3. The nightlife: While the historic clubs are all up and down Beale Street, music of almost every genre is found all over the city.

Flight is 2 hours and 30 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Memphis recently found:
-$150 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 15 to Oct 17
-$160 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 29 to Oct 3
-$164 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 15 to Oct 20
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11. Fly to New Orleans for as low as $204 round trip

Just touching down at Louis Armstrong Airport in NOLA gives visitors an idea of what their in for, and jazz-lovers a happy kick in the pants. New Orleans is Atlantis of the South, a watery idyll borne of legends; the home of heroes and idols. In this exciting and fast-paced city, there is faint music blowing from the French Quarter and the delectable wafts of beignets, po' boys and jambalaya hanging in the air. It's a city that parties together and revels in its prominent place in American history.

Top three reasons to visit New Orleans:

  1. The food: Its culinary traditions have become a way of life, mixing classic French cuisine with the influences of Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Native American and African, with help from local southern American cooking.
  2. Music: There are tons of places to hear some live music and join the tradition, but if you want to go out to see real New Orleans, get out of the French Quarter.
  3. Mardis Gras: New Orleans is where the party is at, all the time, so why not come to the big one?

Flight is 2 hours and 52 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to New Orleans recently found:
-$204 round-trip on United from Sep 20 to Sep 23
-$204 round-trip on United from Nov 10 to Nov 20
-$204 round-trip on United from Nov 12 to Nov 15
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12. Fly to New York for as low as $214 round trip

Comprising five boroughs (Manhattan is where all the stuff is; Brooklyn has hipsters and "Girls", Queens is home of the New York Mets and where most people touch down; The Bronx has the Yankees and the Zoo, and Staten Island is where to get the best view of the Statue of Liberty), there's truly something for everyone who can adapt well with crowds. NYC is a key artistic and cultural hub, offering up both high brow and accessible and alternative entertainment, food of almost every genre and flavor and miles and miles of ever changing scenery. Dive into a history tour, see the suits and bankers march along Wall Street or check into any number of trendy cafés spotting the industrial cement alleys of Bushwick or Williamsburg. While there's no off-season in terms of tourists, flight prices do dip down some parts of the year, so look for deals on Hopper.

Top three reasons to visit New York:

  1. Iconic landmarks: The Statue of Liberty and Time Square, Rockefeller Center (home to NBC studios), the shops on 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue and Coney Island.
  2. Art museums: Between the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the MOMA, there's no shortage of artistic inspiration in New York.
  3. Bakeries: For the show Girls, it was Babycakes' delectable vegan and gluten-free cupcakes that were being touted around; and the show's godmother, Sex and the City, preferred that of Magnolia Bakery.

Flight is 4 hours and 18 minutes direct on Delta, Frontier, JetBlue or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to New York recently found:
-$204 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 17 to Sep 23
-$204 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 24 to Oct 2
-$204 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 24 to Oct 7
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13. Fly to Orlando for as low as $244 round trip

For sure - if you're looking for a kid-friendly destination, Orlando is the place to go. With Disney being the biggest economic boom for the area since oranges, it is no surprise that families pour through the gates of Disney World every summer. However, for a more chilled out Orlando vacation, take a week in the fall if you've got it, check the cheap deals and enjoy off-season hotel prices. And if you're looking to discover the rest of Orlando, there's a ton of other family attractions around.

Top three reasons to visit Orlando:

  1. Disney: If it's not your kid's dream vacation, then your kid is very weird.
  2. Lakes: Orlando is spotted over with lakes, like Lake Eola, Sky Lake, Lake Butler, Lake Jesup (with the largest population of alligators in the state!) and more.
  3. Small family attractions: From Gatorland to The Holy Land, there's every kind of budget theme park, adventure park and waterpark in Orlando.

Flight is 3 hours and 49 minutes direct on Frontier or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Orlando recently found:
-$196 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 3 to Sep 8
-$196 round-trip on Frontier from Sep 4 to Sep 11
-$196 round-trip on Frontier from Oct 6 to Oct 13
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14. Fly to Miami for as low as $260 round trip

Hit the neon city - beachier than Las Vegas, less frenetic than Hollywood and way more chill than New York (with better weather), Miami is a place to chill out during the day and go hard at night. Bursting with color, from the lively cultural enclave of Little Havana and chic and creative Design District in Miami proper to the Golden Hollywood-esque neon-lit hotels in the Art Deco Historic District on Miami Beach, there's always something buzzing in this huge city.

Top three reasons to visit Miami:

  1. The food: With a burgeoning fine dining scene and some of the best Cuban food this side of the Caribbean, not to mention the celebrity chef restaurants and classic cocktail mixologists in hotels all over the city, every bite of Miami is delicious!
  2. The club scene: Miami Beach is well known for its huge and lavishly designed clubs rivalling the best of the best in Las Vegas and LA, showcasing the newest and hottest international DJs.
  3. The beaches: No one goes to Miami without hitting the beach, and with good reason: Miami Beach is a fashion show on sand, while other beaches offer a more relaxing experience.

Flight is 4 hours and 23 minutes direct on American or United

Examples of itineraries from Denver to Miami recently found:
-$260 round-trip on American from Sep 7 to Sep 16
-$260 round-trip on American from Sep 8 to Sep 16
-$260round-trip on American from Jan 13 to Jan 20
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