TICKETS TO SOLD OUT DE LA HOYA FIGHT AVAILABLE TO SOUTHWEST AIRLINES CUSTOMERS
Southwest Airlines offers special travel package and tickets to the De la Hoya fight for a limited time
Dallas – Oct. 29, 2008 – For a limited time only, Southwest Airlines’ Customers can purchase tickets to the sold out “Dream Match” fight of Oscar de la Hoya v Manny Pacquiao, when buying a special vacation travel package to Las Vegas.
“Southwest Airlines is proud to be a sponsor of this great event, where two of the best contenders come together for an exciting night of boxing,” said Laura Lopez, assistant manager of segment marketing for Southwest Airlines. “This is another example of first class service to our Customers. No other airline can provide such an exclusive offer and the best seats in the house to see the Golden Boy in this sold out fight.”
When Southwest Airlines’ Customers buy a Las Vegas vacation package on www.southwestvacations.com/specials/detail.asp?xmlfile=FS0337 they can book flights and hotel accommodations for two or more nights, and have the option to buy these limited access tickets with the special promotions code OSCAR500 or OSCAR750.
This knockout offer is not available forever and seating is limited, so Customers must reserve their travel packages by November 15, 2008 and travel by December 6, 2008. Five-day advance purchase is required. Seats are limited. Other restrictions apply. Southwest Airlines believes that a great vacation is just a click away. With our exclusive no hidden fees policy, our Customers will not turn to their wallets to pay for the first and second registered bag. No fees for changes in traveling or snacks. With this offer, you can get great seats on the plane and at the fight!!
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improved its boarding procedure to make flying Southwest convenient and simple. Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV), the nation's largest carrier in terms of domestic passengers enplaned, currently serves 64 cities in 32 states. Based in Dallas, Southwest currently operates more than 3,400 flights a day and has more than 34,000 Employees systemwide.