Southwest has recently launched what is pretty much a monthly sale. However, they are always nice to have because the sale range is extended each time. This sale is for fall travel which is great for those vacations or the host of marathons and races that will take place in September and October.
Southwest Sale – Great for Fall Travel
The cheapest rate is $63 for travel between Akron/Canton and Washington, DC (Reagan National). The point amount is 3,086. The dollar amount is $4 higher than it was during the last fare sale with the sale requiring 160 additional points for one way travel on that route.
With travel being so cheap to the Washington, DC area, this fare sale is a great way to get to the Baltimore Marathon (October 17) or the Marine Corps Marathon (October 25). In addition, another hub airport of Southwest is Chicago’s Midway airport and this sale coincides with the Chicago Marathon’s October 11th race date.
Check the sale page here to see the various city pairs and prices that are available through this Southwest sale.
- Purchase from May 12 through May 21, 2015, 11:59 p.m. for the respective time zone of the originating city.
- Travel August 25 through October 28, 2015. Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid September 9 through October 29, 2015.
- Blackout dates apply: September 3-4 and September 7, 2015.
- Travel not valid on Fridays and Sundays. Travel to/from Florida or Nevada is valid only on Tuesdays & Wednesdays. Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico is valid only Mondays through Thursdays.
- Fares valid on nonstop service only.
- Displayed prices include all U.S. and international government taxes and fees.
- Points bookings do not include September 11th Security Fee of $5.60 per one-way flight.
- Seats and days are limited. Fares may vary by destination, flight, and day of week and won’t be available on some flights that operate during very busy travel times and holiday periods.
- Travel is available for one-way Wanna Get Away® Fares.
- Fares may be combined with other Southwest Airlines combinable fares. If combining with other fares, the most restrictive fare’s rules apply.
- To see more terms, click here.
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