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Route Information for Flights from Phoenix to San Francisco

Origin Airport IATA Code PHX
Destination Airport IATA Code SFO
Flight Price $105
Distance 1,040 km

Phoenix (PHX) to San Francisco (SJC)

Mostly work or all play? Either way, you're going to need a great deal on a flight to San Francisco. Because when you eventually land, you have a city that is waiting to be explored, and that extra cash in your pocket can take your trip from "meh" to amazing. You're on the perfect page to get an awesome rate on your next flight from Phoenix. Whether you are a top-seeded ticket master or you're new to the jet-setting scene, read on to see how to book a too-good-to-be-true flight.

How do you get the best deal on a ticket from Phoenix to San Francisco?

We've been doing this for a long time, which means getting that great deal on a San Francisco flight is easy-peasy. You'll make spending less look so very good with a little know-how.

What is the cheapest day to fly?

With the right attitude and flexibility, you can fly for less. Below are the cheapest days to fly:

  • Tuesday and Wednesday—You know how most stores are not crowded midweek? Same thing here. So, get on while the getting is good.
  • Thursday and Saturday—Get a head start on that Friday crowd. This also works on your return flight. Shorten your holiday by a day and increase your savings.
  • Monday through Thursday—If you're flying internationally, deals are often available when departing these days.

What's the Saturday night stay rule?

Spending the weekend at your destination, like San Francisco, usually means a more affordable ticket since most people fly during this time. Of course, we don't want to twist your rubber arm or anything.

What are shoulder seasons?

It's all about going to a place when its weather is at its best. For example, Europe, Hawaii, and Alaska are big hits in the summer. Florida, New Orleans, and Southern California are the most popular in springtime. Feeling the bitter cold? Well, the Caribbean Islands and Mexico can warm you up. Unless you're a ski bum -- then places like Colorado will be your winter wonderland. Who doesn't love some good fall foliage? The Pacific Northwest, Northern California, and New England are popular this time of the year. Flying during the off-peak seasons to certain locations can mean extra money in your wallet -- yes, please!

Jump on that great rate

Airline carriers change their rates frequently. If a price you like pops up, then book it! You're not the only traveler longing for an awesome bargain on a ticket from Phoenix to San Francisco. You could miss out on your chance to dial in the time and the flight you wanted.

Are there any other ways to save?

The Hotwire Hot Rate is what makes us stand out from the rest. You'll get a fantastic price on a flight from Phoenix (PHX) to San Francisco (SJC). You won't know the time and airline until after you book, but it is a risk where you can reap the rewards.

Book your Phoenix to San Francisco flight today

We are all about you saving as much as you can on your upcoming flight to San Francisco. Use our guide to get you that crazy good deal. And if you're feeling lucky (and you always will be) book the Hotwire Hot Rate for unbelievable savings. So say "Goodbye" to Phoenix and "What's up?" to San Francisco.

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^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on Hotwire.com from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.