JetBlue flights to Vegas for $48, plus the week's best airfare deals

JetBlue has domestic one-way flights starting at $48.10, headlining the week's best airfare deals. If you're yearning for something more global, head over to SIngapore Airlines for less than $700 on a roundtrip fare to Asia. 

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An airport worker fuels a JetBlue plane on the tarmac of the John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. JetBlue's latest airfare sale offers domestic flights starting at $48.

Are you ready to take off? We've found five great airfare offerings, such as JetBlue domestic 1-way flights with prices starting from $48.10. If something more international and luxurious is your style, head to Asia on five-star Singapore Airlines.

JetBlue 1-Way Fares to Las Vegas
Vendor: JetBlue via ShermansTravel
Price: From $48
Lowest By: $10
Expires: March 9

Is It Worth It?: If you're planning a trip to Vegas in the coming months, check out JetBlue's latest sale, with fares starting from $48.10. The sale includes price lows on departure cities like San Francisco, New York, Portland, and Seattle.

Click on JetBlue.com in the main paragraph to see these rates. This price is valid on flights departing from San Francisco, CA, (SFO) with arrival in Las Vegas, NV, (LAS) on March 25. Book this travel deal by March 9 for travel through April 30.

Cathay Pacific Fares to Asia
Vendor: Cathay Pacific via TravelZoo
Price: From $786
Lowest By: $112
Expires: March 31

Is It Worth It?: Want something a little further away? Head to Asia with that continent's premiere discount airline. This offer is $38 under our mention from last week and the lowest rate we could find for these routes now by $112. We found this price departing from Los Angeles, CA, (LAX) with arrival in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (SGN) on March 11 with return on March 18. Book this travel deal by March 31 for select travel through May 21.

Other routes include New York (JFK) to Hong Kong (HKG) from $807.47; San Francisco (SFO) to Bangkok (BKK) from $1,014.31; and Chicago (ORD) to Manila (MNL) from $1,045.69.

Virgin America Nationwide 1-Way Fares
Vendor: Virgin America via Travelzoo
Price: From $68.10
Lowest By: $14
Expires: March 10

Is It Worth It?: Although we've seen Virgin America nationwide fares from around $40 1-way recently, this is still a decent sale for flyers booking select domestic routes like Las Vegas to Los Angeles. Other routes include Dallas to Austin for $68.10 1-way and Seattle (SEA) to San Francisco (SFO) for $88.10 1-way.

Scroll down and select "Click here" to see this sale. This price is valid on flights from Las Vegas, NV, (LAS) with arrival in Los Angeles, CA, (LAX) on April 21. Book this travel deal by March 10 for travel on select dates through June 10.

Singapore Airlines Roundtrip Fare to Asia
Vendor: Singapore Airlines via Travelzoo
Price: From $680.26
Lowest By: $675
Expires: March 31

Is It Worth It?: Turn your dreams into a reality and travel in style too. This 5-star airline's current sale has flights for the second-best prices we've seen for fares to Asia on a luxury airline. The sale includes destinations like Korea, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Japan. And if you read our recent list of the 7 Cutest Travel Destinations for Adorable Animal Watching, you'll know it featured two destinations in Japan (although, frankly we could have done an entire article about cute places to visit in Japan).

This price is valid on flights departing from San Francisco, CA, (SFO) with arrival in Seoul, South Korea, (ICN) on April 22 and return on April 30. Book this travel deal by March 31 for travel through May 31.

Paula Kerrigan is a travel editor for DealNews, where this article first appeared. 

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