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Route Information for Flights from San Francisco to Atlanta

Origin Airport IATA Code OAK
Destination Airport IATA Code ATL
Flight Price $90
Distance 3,398 km

San Francisco (SJC) to Atlanta (ATL)

Are you flying to Atlanta for a much-needed vacation or is it about time for you to have a family reunion? Or maybe you're traveling for work? Hey, anything that gets you away from that desk is a win in our books. You're on the perfect page to snatch an awesome rate on your upcoming flight from San Francisco. Whether you are an airline aficionado or you're new to the jet-setting scene, read below to score the best deal on your next flight.

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

We've been in the game a long time, which means getting that great deal on a Atlanta flight is easy-peasy. You'll make spending less look so very good with a few simple steps.

Which days of the week are cheapest 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.

Can staying the weekend get me a cheaper ticket?

If you stay through the weekend, generally that return ticket to SJC can be cheaper since you'll be leaving earlier in the week. All those business travelers have less elastic schedules, so that means savings for you. Good thing to tell your boss if you have a business trip -- wink-wink.

What are shoulder seasons?

Have good weather, will travel. For example, Europe, Hawaii, and Alaska are big hits in the summer. Popular Spring Break destinations are New Orleans, California, and Florida. Winter is prime for Mexico and the Caribbean because of its warm weather, as well as ski and snowboard destinations like the Colorado Rockies. Who doesn't love that harvest of autumn colors? The Pacific Northwest, Northern California, and New England are popular this time of the year. If you can plan your trip around these peak seasons, you'll not only save money, but you'll typically avoid the crowds. Win-win in our books.

If the price is right, pick it!

You're not the only flier longing for an amazing price on a ticket from San Francisco to Atlanta. You could miss out on your opportunity to get the carrier and the times you like.

How else can I save on my flight from San Francisco to Atlanta?

If you prioritize cost over everything else, then the Hotwire Hot Rate is for you. You'll get one of the best rates on a flight from San Francisco (SJC) to Atlanta (ATL). You won't know the time and airline until after you book, but if you're not on a set schedule, you can save big on your flight.

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Use our guide before you reserve your upcoming flight from San Francisco to Atlanta. You may have enough money back in your wallet to add something that makes this vacay extra exciting ... or you can pocket the savings and put it toward your next trip out of 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.