Save Money During This Southwest Flash Sale on Late Summer and Fall Flights


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The sale ends Thursday.

A Southwest flight prepares to land at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Virginia in 2021. The Associated Press

If your late summer or fall trip requires airfare, a Southwest Airlines flash sale this week could save you some cash.

  • Save Money During This Southwest Flash Sale on Late Summer and Fall Flights

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The Dallas-based low-cost carrier is offering 40% off select flights purchased Tuesday through Thursday for travel between August 16 and November 5. Travel must be booked by Thursday 11:59 p.m. CDT.

Offer is valid for select continental US and continental US to/from Hawaii; San Juan, Puerto Rico; and international flights. Customers can choose Wanna Get Away, Wanna Get Away Plus, Anytime, and Business Select one-way or round-trip fares. However, places and days are limited.

“We are excited to offer our customers a substantial discount on our low fares for flights starting in late summer and fall,” said Bill Tierney, vice president of marketing and digital experience. of Southwest Airlines, in a statement. “This Southwest flight discount will help make travel more affordable and easier for customers – providing them with a super low fare plus two free checked bags, and no change or cancellation fees. All of this, combined with our legendary hospitality, means a lot. »

In May, the airline introduced its new fare category, Wanna Get Away Plus, which allows transferable flight credits so customers can transfer eligible unused flight credit to another traveler for future use.

Travelers must use promo code FALL40 when purchasing tickets on Southwest.com and the discount is only valid on new bookings.

Southwest and other airlines cut hundreds of flights this summer due to staff shortages.



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