Still looking to book holiday travel? Fear not! The airlines still have seats to sell! Southwest has a fare sale going on this week, but unfortunately, no flights to Hawaii yet.
Southwest Winter Travel Sale
Book through November 1st to save some cash (or points) on your next Southwest flight. As always, there’s a range of prices for city pairs. Shorter distance routes and flights from their main airports are less expensive than others.
The cheapest fares ring up at $49 including taxes and fees. Availability is limited. For that low price, fly between Las Vegas and any of the following cities:
- Long Beach (notably, this has been as low as $39 in the past)
- Salt Lake City
- San Fransisco
- San Jose (check out Ian’s recent take on The Club at SJC)
Read the fine print before booking:
Book by 11/1. 14-day advance purchase required for Continental U.S. and 21-day advance purchase required for San Juan, Puerto Rico and International travel. Fares not available to/from Orange County, CA (SNA). Nonrefundable. Seats, travel days, and markets limited. Blackout dates apply. Domestic travel valid 11/13/18 – 5/22/19. Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid 11/20/18 – 12/6/18 and 1/14/19 – 2/28/19. International travel valid 11/20/18 – 12/6/18 and 1/8/19 – 3/6/19. Points bookings do not include government fees from $5.60 per one-way flight.
This will only be useful to some, and plenty of the other blogs have covered it, but we wanted to make sure our readers knew! Southwest sales are particularly useful, since the points cost of a flight correlates directly with the dollar cost of the flight. A fare sale works on the real bank and your points bank! Additionally, if you have the Southwest Companion Pass, this deal gets even better.
And remember, the JetBlue sale ends tonight, so book those first! Then, come back and book your Southwest flights by tomorrow. Let us know if you find a good deal in the comments!
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