Southwest $49, $99, $129, and $149 Sale

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Southwest is having a 72-hour sale with fares starting at $49, $99, $129, or $149 depending on the flight mileage.

Southwest runs these types of offers a few times a year, but typically at a fixed price, not a “starting at” price. Also, only non-stop flights are included in this sale, which is unfortunate for those flights that require a stop over. This sale is for travel August 28 through December 18 for flights booked by this Thursday (June 13).
Remember, if you already have a Southwest flight already booked for this time period, it is worth looking into to see if the price has gone down:
  • For paid flights, you will receive a voucher for the difference to be used one year from the date the flight was purchased. This voucher is non-transferable.
  • For flights booked with points, the difference in points will go back into your account. You can re-book your original flight online to get this voucher/point difference credited – no phone call is needed.
While Southwest sales are not as good as they used to be, you might find a good deal. You can check out the terms and book here.

 

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  1. “For flights booked with points, the difference in points will go back into your account. You can re-book your original flight online to get this voucher/point difference credited.”

    SWA Newbie Questions:

    Does this mean you need to cancel your existing reservation, then immediately book the same flight?

    I’m not sure how many points I used for some existing reservations, is there a way to find out?

    • @miles – no you do not need to cancel and rebook. If you change your reservation for the exact same flight at the bottom of the reservation page or will tell you the difference in points.

  2. Wait a second. Do I need to re-book each passenger, though both r/t flights were booked at the sametime?

    When I go to re-book, only my itinerary shows-up and is available to be changed, and not the cardholders.

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