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Looking to book travel between the end of April and the end of October? If so, make sure you check on your options with this most recent Southwest Airlines fare sale! It might seem like Southwest is almost always running a fare sale but sometimes you can find great options if you can be flexible or you do a little digging.

Sample Fares

  • Columbus, OH to Reagan National (DCA) – one-way starting at $49
  • Las Vegas, NV (LAS) to Chicago Midway (MDW) – one-way starting at $144
  • Turks and Caicos to Fort Lauderdale (FLL) – one-way starting at $135
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico to Baltimore/Washington – one-way starting at $177

Note: Just because the sale page suggests that the sale fare starts at a specific price, it doesn’t mean that’s as low as it gets. When looking at flights between Orlando (MCO) and Washington Dulles (IAD), the sale page suggests the starting price is $88. If you actually search using the low fare calendar, you can find fares between the two cities as low as $59.

(See Also: Southwest Just PAID Me to Take the Same Flight!)

What You Need To Know

  • Fares must be booked by April 19, 2018
  • 21-day advance purchase required
  • Seats, travel days, and markets limited
  • Nonrefundable
  • Blackout dates apply
    • Domestic travel valid 4/24/18-6/13/18 and 8/21/18-10/31/18
    • Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid 4/24/18-5/17/18 and 9/5/18-10/31/18
    • International travel valid 4/24/18-5/17/18 and 8/21/18-10/31/18
  • Fares not available to/from Rochester, NY
  • See all terms and conditions here
  • Remember that if you are changing a points booking, you should cancel the original ticket and rebook with the lower price. If you just change your original booking, you’ll be locked in and won’t be able to make further changes.

(See Also: Taking Advantage of The Southwest Cancellation Policy)

H/T: Milenerd

Now, my big question…does anyone know why Rochester seems to always get left out of fare sales?

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