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Southwest Announces 72-Hour Sale With Spooktacular Fares as Low as $30 One-Way to Select Destinations

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Southwest Announces 72-Hour Sale With Spooktacular Fares as Low as $30 One-Way to Select Destinations

It’s back again!  A Southwest Airlines fare sale with fares so frighteningly low, it’ll only be around for 72 hours!  Customers can purchase one-way tickets for $30, $60, $90, or $120 to select destinations, based on length of travel.

These fares are available for purchase today through 11:59 p.m. PDT Oct. 28, 2010, and are good for travel every day except Sundays between Dec. 1, 2010, and Dec. 15, 2010, and between Jan. 4, 2011, and Feb. 16, 2011.

For travel up to 450 miles, fares are $30 one-way. For travel between 451 and 1,000 miles, fares are $60 one-way. For travel between 1,001 and 1,500 miles, fares are $90 one-way. For travel more than 1,501 miles, fares are $120 one-way.

It’s an early Halloween treat from your favorite airline! Book now, only at http://www.southwest.com/landing/halloween_offer.html?src=PREMNASWOWSALE000101026!

FARE RULES

Fares are available on only http://www.southwest.com/landing/halloween_offer.html?src=PREMNASWOWSALE000101026. Southwest Airlines sale fares are available from Oct. 26, 2010, through 11:59 pm PDT Oct. 28, 2010. Travel must take place between Dec. 1, 2010, and Dec. 15, 2010, or between Jan. 4, 2011, and Feb. 16, 2011. Travel valid every day except Sundays. Fares do not include a federal segment tax of $3.70 per takeoff and landing.  Fares do not include airport-assessed passenger facility charges (PFC) of up to $9.00 and U.S. government-imposed September 11th Security Fee of up to $5.00 one-way.  Seats are limited and may not be available on all flights or to all destinations.  Fares are available for one-way travel. Fares are nonrefundable but may be applied toward the purchase of future travel on Southwest Airlines. Fares are not available through the Group Desk.  Any change in the itinerary may result in an increase in fare. Reservations made through southwestvacations.com are not eligible for this promotion. Standby travel requires an upgrade to the Anytime Fare. Fares are subject to change until ticketed. Fares are valid on published, scheduled service only.  

 

7 Comments
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What happened to southwest being a low cost carrier?
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This is fantastic! I'm so happy that Southwest gives me the ability to travel as frequently as I can.
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Question: When is Southwest coming to Cincinnati?
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I JUST PURCHASED A ROUND TRIP TICKET HOME FROM LOVE TO ABQ 139.40.....WHAT A NICE TREAT................................................... THANK YOU USS BLOG BOY RET FRANCISCO DELGADO
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My 31 year old daughter married and has one child is fighting stage iv melanoma,she has to fly to Houston.s MD Anderson for treatments,why doesnt Southwest give medical discounts to cancer patients.The hotels give them discounts.There have been times she has her flight booked but she gets through with her appt. early and wants to change to an earlier flight,she is sick and just wants to get home,Southwest charges out the butt for her to do this.Why? When someone in your family is diagnosed with this horrible disease it takes such an emotional and a financial toll on everyone.Please consider doing this for so,so many people who are struggling to just live.
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Hi Anon- Southwest actually manages a Medical Transportation Grant Program, and we provide roundtrip tickets to hospitals and medical transportation nonprofit organizations. Check out this link for more info and to be considered for the program: http://www.southwest.com/about_swa/share_the_spirit/medical_transportation.html Sorry to hear about grandchild--I'll certainly keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Hope this info helps! Laurel
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when will the next 72 hour sale be, is it only once a year?