Sun Country offering up low fares for a limited time

Mendota Heights-based Sun Country Airlines launched their 'Everyone Must Go Sale' with one-way fares as low as $79. The deal is only available until Tuesday. Travel must be done between now and Dec. 15.
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Mendota Heights-based Sun Country Airlines launched their 'Everyone Must Go Sale' with one-way fares as low as $79. The deal is only available until Tuesday. Travel must be done between now and Dec. 15.

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