You Only Have One Day to Grab $49 One-Way Flights with Southwest

Book before October 3rd for travel from November through March.

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Have a trip you can’t get off your mind? The Southwest Flight Sale can make your travel plans a reality for less. This last-minute, low-fare sale means you can score one-way tickets for as low as $49. Even if your desired destination is not $49, there is a good chance you can score a discounted deal during the sale.

You don’t have a lot of time to act on this deal. All travel must be booked by October 3rd, 11:59 p.m. PST and travel dates must occur between November and February. Some of the most popular routes have already sold out, so move fast if you see something you like.

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Use This Trick to Save on Existing Southwest Flights

If you just booked your flight for more and are kicking yourself for not waiting for the sale, there may still be hope. Slickdealer pvolk clued us in on how to change your existing flight for free to match the current cheap Southwest flights.

  1. Log into your Southwest account.
  2. Find your booked trip under upcoming trip and choose change flight (take a screenshot of your itinerary to make it easy for you to replicate).
  3. Choose new flights that match your existing itinerary. If you previously booked a roundtrip, book two one-way trips to make the same roundtrip.
  4. Southwest will let you know if you owe or will be credited and you can proceed from there if the sale will save you money.

Examples of Cheaper Southwest Flights

Some popular fares include:

While some of these options are more expensive than $49, all of them represent significant discounts from their starting rates.

Limits and Rules You Need to Know for the Southwest Flight Sale

Seats, travel days and markets are limited. Tickets prices can vary by day and only select cities on select dates qualify for the $49 fare. All tickets are non-refundable. Here are a few exact dates to keep in mind:

  • Continental U.S. travel valid November 13th, 2019, through February 12th, 2020.
  • Interisland Hawaii travel valid December 4th through December 18th, 2019, and January 2nd through February 12th, 2020.
  • Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid November 13rd through December 5th, 2019, and January 13th through March 5th, 2020.
  • International travel valid November 13rd through December 11th, 2019, and January 7th through March 5th, 2020.

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Ashley Eneriz

I am a lifestyle and personal finance writer based in SoCal and have been a freelance writer since way before working remotely was the new norm. Being a wife and a mom to three young awesome kids, I have made it a regular habit to check out Slickdeals (even before joining the SD content team) to help fill up my pantry and gift closet for 50-70% off retail prices. As a family of five, we go through snacks, gifts, and toilet paper at an alarming rate, so I love a good deal and am also not afraid to dig through a thrift store to score incredible finds. When not writing about amazing deals to help people save and cool things on sale, I am taking care of my three girls, homeschooling, or stuck with my nose in a book. Sometimes, at the same time.

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