Valentine’s Day is around the corner and the LUV airline is here with a new sale. Actually, with the Southwest Companion Pass, there is probably not a better airline deal suited for couples! 🙂 But, even traveling solo will get you some discounts from regular prices.
New Southwest Sale for Valentine’s Day
Link: Southwest Sale
Southwest Sale Details
- 21-day advance purchase required.
- Purchase from February 11 through February 20, 2020, 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time.
- Continental U.S. and interisland Hawaii travel valid March 3 through May 20, 2020.
- Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid April 14 through May 14, 2020.
- International travel valid April 14 through May 14, 2020.
In truth, this is really another Tuesday sale from Southwest though I do enjoy seeing the different ways Southwest advertises them. 🙂 I actually expected to see a Mount Rushmore image for this sale but Valentine’s Day makes more sense (except for the fact that this sale doesn’t cover travel for this weekend! 😉 ).
So, if you have previously booked travel with Southwest, take a quick moment to see if those prices have dropped. The section below tells you how you can get those points or credit back pretty fast!
Check Your Already-Booked Reservations For Price Difference
So, now is the time to search for your tickets within this sale and see if you have a better price available now than when you had booked it. If the price has dropped, you simply select to change the flight and look at the same dates and flights again. Once you go through and confirm, you will receive a refund of the difference in miles and the cash for the taxes will be transferred for the new ticket.
In 1 Minute, You Can Have Your Points Back!
The whole process takes less than 60 seconds and you could save a lot of money or points! If you had booked your ticket in the past using cash, you will receive a refund in the form of a credit that is usable for 1 year from the time you originally booked the ticket. If you booked it with points, you will receive the points back in your account for the difference.