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Pittsburgh to Dallas or Vice Versa $76 on American Airlines (BE) (limited travel Jan 2018)

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American Airlines have roundtrip airfares travelling to and from Dallas (DFW) and Pittsburgh (PIT) for $76, nonstop. This is a basic economy fare. American's Basic Economy fare limits carry-on bags to one small personal item, such as a purse or laptop bag. All other baggage must be checked for a fee.

Departs DFW: Jan 17, 18, 24, 25
Returns: Jan 20-24, 27-31; Feb 3-7, 10-13

Departs PIT: Jan 14, 21, 22
Returns: Jan 7, 18, 24, 25

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Similar dates at Southwest for HALF of this price!
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Similar dates at Southwest for HALF of this price!
That's not possible. Really?
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$39 each way. Baggage and fees included. All through January and the first week of February. I thought it was part of their recent sale, but that was over last night. Quite incredible, I know! I booked a flight before I even know if I can make it!
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That's not possible. Really?
I wanted to "reply" so you were notified. See above for my actual response.

Have fun travelling, y'inz guys!​
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Pittsburgh in January is crazy cold weather. Snowed 6 inches in 15 minutes it took to get a sandwich from Subway. But has the Christmas card scenery with the snow covered trees and rooftops. And smoke bellowing out of the chimneys. If you own a truck and have an attachment plow, you can make money plowing snow!
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Pittsburgh in January is crazy cold weather. Snowed 6 inches in 15 minutes it took to get a sandwich from Subway. But has the Christmas card scenery with the snow covered trees and rooftops. And smoke bellowing out of the chimneys. If you own a truck and have an attachment plow, you can make money plowing snow!
Do you realize that maybe that is the time we'll want to go to Dallas?
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Pittsburgh in January is crazy cold weather. Snowed 6 inches in 15 minutes it took to get a sandwich from Subway. But has the Christmas card scenery with the snow covered trees and rooftops. And smoke bellowing out of the chimneys. If you own a truck and have an attachment plow, you can make money plowing snow!
I live an hour from Pittsburgh and I've never once seen it snow 6 inches in 15 mins. But yes to the snowplowing, it's so strange to hear this being novel to someone not from the North heh, that's just how it is up here. To me it sounds as weird as saying "of you have a car you can drive people around and make money!" But yeah, I guess it is interesting if you live where there is never snow
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I had about 6 inches of snow cover my car when I went to lunch. This was in January 2013. Please don't get the wrong idea as I love the cold weather and snow. Just don't like having to turn on the heater 24 x 7.
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