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You’ve only got two days to score big savings on flights out of Portland and Seattle.

Budget airline Spirit is celebrating its new nonstop Dallas–Portland flight (which begins June 21) with $29 one-way fares. The catch is availability is very limited, so a more typical round-trip ticket costs closer to $150. Still a screaming deal, though. You’ve got to book by 9 p.m. April 19 (that’s tomorrow), and you’ve got to be prepared for a red-eye. Spirit’s once daily direct flight from PDX to Dallas/Fort Worth departs at 12:40 a.m.

You’ve also got until tomorrow night to book low fares on Virgin Atlantic out of Seattle. Yes, you have to fly out of Seattle, but with cheap round-trip tickets to places like New York ($308, including taxes), Boston ($338), and Chicago ($318), it might just be worth your while. Of course, there are some travel date restrictions (like the entire month of July and much of August), but if you’re eyeballing a May, September, or October trip, you’re in luck.

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