Southwest Airlines has announced a flash sale with one-way fares for as low as $45. Travelers will be able to book national flights to top destinations across the US including Hawaii and Puerto Rico and also international destinations—from August 16 through November 5— for very low prices.
But here’s the catch: travelers must act fast! Sale fares for August through November travel will be available for a very short period of time: until Thursday 26 at 11:59 pm central time. Those who already want to travel during that period of time or are interested in learning more about their travel opportunities must book fast through the official website.
The carrier’s promotion includes tickets for the new fare class—which provides more benefits for travelers— and one-way tickets for this class start at $89.
Fares vary depending on the cities of origin and destination, and might also change depending on the day. Travelers must double-check dates—some destinations have very restricted schedules—, fares —that might change depending on availability—, and city connections before purchasing since tickets are nonrefundable and seats and travel dates are limited.
Customers must also bear in mind that some terms and conditions apply. The sale is not valid through Labor Day weekend, blacked-out dates are September 1, 2, and 5 of the current year. More details are available on Southwest’s website.
Best Fares For Travelers
The cheapest tickets, those starting at $45 are available for inter-island flights in Hawaii connecting Kona, Honolulu, and Kahului. Customers will be able to find multiple routes starting at $59 and find other low-cost offers by using the search tool.
Those taking advantage of the new class fare, the Wanna Get Away Plus, can also start experiencing the benefits like earning more rewards, two free bags, and no fees for changes, including same-day changes.
There are many alternatives available, including international destinations like Cancun in Mexico, and Nassau in the Bahamas. These are some of the low fares travelers can find during this sale for one-way tickets:
- From Kahului (Maui) to Honolulu in Hawaii starting at $45
- From Houston to New Orleans starting at $59
- From Palm Springs to Las Vegas starting at $59
- From Atlanta to Orlando starting at $81
- From Washington to Miami starting at $99
- From San Francisco to Ontario, Canada, starting at $106
- From Atlanta to Chicago starting at $110
- From Fort Lauderdale to Cancun, Mexico, starting at $182
- From Orlando to Havana, Cuba, starting at $197
- From Puerto Vallarta to Phoenix starting at $202
- From Fort Lauderdale to Nassau, The Bahamas, starting at $212
- From Punta Cana to Washington starting at $289
For travelers who are waiting to travel after this year’s summer season, this flash sale can be a perfect opportunity to get cheap tickets. There are very interesting offers like low-cost flights across the country, to popular US cities, and even to Havana, Cuba, where the US Government recently eased travel restrictions.
More Details About Southwest’s Sale And Services
Southwest’s flash sale will be valid for a limited time and those interested in purchasing tickets should do so before midnight on Thursday. Travelers should make sure to carefully read all terms and conditions, the information is displayed at the end of the page of sale fares for August through November.
The carrier has also announced new changes and service improvements a few weeks ago and travelers might start to experience enhanced wifi connectivity, more space for carry-on items on certain planes, more entertainment options, and a greater variety of beverages.
Other low-cost airlines like Avelo and Frontier have been offering cheap fares as well. Travelers can compare Southwest prices to other carriers and stay up to date with the most recent promotions. Avelo has already offered one-way tickets for as low as $29 in a recent sale and Frontier is offering round trip tickets from Miami to Jamaica for only $230.
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