Southwest Airlines Launches 3-Day Sale With Flights Starting At $49

Southwest Airlines Launches 3-Day Sale With Flights Starting At $49
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Southwest Airlines has just launched a sale that offers “extra low fares” on domestic and international flights for winter travel. The catch here though, is that the airline’s low prices will only be made available to customers for three days. This means, you only have now until 11:59 PM on Thursday, October 15 to take advantage.


For the moment, customers can go ahead and take advantage of low domestic fares. Depending on the destination, rate starts at $49, $99, $129 and $149 for one-way fares. Meanwhile, international fares are currently being offered for as low as $99 for one-way fares.

For domestic flights, those starting at $49 include one-way nonstop flights between Washington and Indianapolis as well as Las Vegas to San Francisco. At the same time, customers can avail of $99 one-way fares between Dallas (Love Field) and Seattle as well as Newark and Chicago (Midway). Meanwhile, the one-way fare between Atlanta and Los Angeles (LAX) is currently at $129 while flights between Washington (Dulles) and San Diego can be purchased for as low as $149. As for international flights, one can avail of $99 fare from Austin to Cancun. You can read more on the limited time, low fares here.

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In addition, Southwest Airlines wants passengers to take note of some travel date restrictions for the sale flights. For starters, these low fares aren’t available for flights on Fridays and Sundays from Dec. 2 through Dec. 16, 2015, and Jan. 5 through Feb. 10, 2016. Meanwhile, travel to/from Florida or Nevada with low fares is only valid on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. At the same time, travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico on low fares is only valid from Mondays through Thursdays and Dec. 2 – Dec. 10, 2015, and Jan. 19 – Feb. 10, 2016.

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One last thing, Southwest wants to remind you that sale seats are limited. After all, the airlines services more than 100 million customers a year.