Former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich leaves his home to go to his sentencing hearing December 7, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Federal prosecutors are seeking a sentence of 15 to 20 years in prison for Blagojevich after he was found guilty of 17 public corruption charges.
Spirit Airlines, the low-cost air carrier that poked fun at Rod Blagojevich's colorful language after his conviction, is back with a post-sentencing "Slammer Sale."
"You don't have to live in the 'Big House' to take advantage of these fares starting from just $14* each way, based on round-trip purchase," reads an ad for Spirit. "But hurry ... you don't want to get convicted for missing this seat-selling sale!"
Blagojevich was sentenced Wednesday to 14 years in prison, the stiffest sentence given to a former Illinois governor.
Blagojevich was convicted in June of 17 counts of corruption. Spirit Airlines responded to the news with a sale on "f-ing golden" airplane seats, $17 each way.
The latest discounted fares, announced Thursday, must be booked by 11:59 p.m. Friday, according to Spirit's website. And unlike its first sale, these flights are available in and out of Chicago.