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Southwest Airlines SALE-ebrate 2018 - Fares As Low As $39 OW or 1720 Rapid Rewards Points

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One sample fare of $39 OW or 1720 Rapid Rewards points is LAS-LAX

Southwest Airlines [southwest.com]
Book by January 25, 2018
Advance Purchase: 21-day advance purchase required
Nonrefundable. Seats, travel days, and markets limited.
Domestic travel valid 1/23/18 – 5/23/2018. Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid 1/23/2018 – 3/1/2018 and 4/3/2018 – 5/17/2018. International travel valid 1/23/18 – 3/1/2018 & 4/3/18 – 5/17/2018.
Points bookings do not include government fees from $5.60 per one-way flight.
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When will the discount come for other destinations? I always see that they have some special discounts for CA but not other states.
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I searched and didn't see anything $39.
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When will the discount come for other destinations? I always see that they have some special discounts for CA but not other states.
if you click the link you'll see discounts for many other states as well...
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I searched and didn't see anything $39.
cheapest i saw was $40 too
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I swear these are the same "sale" prices that just ended with their previous "sale".

It's like they do a perpetual "sale" that really doesn't mean anything, other than to garner click to their faux "sale"
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I swear these are the same "sale" prices that just ended with their previous "sale".

It's like they do a perpetual "sale" that really doesn't mean anything, other than to garner click to their faux "sale"
Agreed. This looks to be regular pricing now. What a shame.
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FWIW I found a $59 cash OW fare I was needing that was on "sale" at 2993 points- which is nearly 2 cents a point- excellent value for SW points (and even better when I added a companion pass ticket to it, so nearly 4 cents a point)
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I don't even take these sales seriously anymore, it's the "sale" that never ends
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Agree with the others...Southwest "sales" are a sham.
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with their free carryon and at least 1st bag they are still cheaper and more reliable than most of the other airlines.

Thanks SWA
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It's actually two checked bags for free
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Just signed up for my first of two SW cards yesterday. The bonuses are back up to 50k with a referral link.


Needing to buy tickets for a memorial day trip to las vegas, and I have 60k chase UR points posting in a few days. UR to SW isn't the best usage of my points, but would it be that wasteful to use them to book my flight before prices go up/sell out? Or should I just buy the tickets in cash?
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Just signed up for my first of two SW cards yesterday. The bonuses are back up to 50k with a referral link.


Needing to buy tickets for a memorial day trip to las vegas, and I have 60k chase UR points posting in a few days. UR to SW isn't the best usage of my points, but would it be that wasteful to use them to book my flight before prices go up/sell out? Or should I just buy the tickets in cash?

I'd buy in cash because it's some more points toward the extra thousands you'll need to earn the companion pass after getting 2 50k signup offers- plus your chase UR will be worth 2x as much once you earn the companion pass
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it seems jetblue has matched some of these prices
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