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Southwest Airlines is having a 3-Day Sale and offers One-Way Flights to/from Select Cities with prices starting from $49.  Valid for travel August 21 through December 12, 2018. Thanks observer1313

Note, flights must be booked by June 7, 2018.
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Nonrefundable. Seats, travel days, and markets limited. Domestic travel blacked out August 31, September 3, November 16-27. Fares valid only on nonstop service. Fares not available to/from Albany, New York. See offer page for full terms and conditions. -qwikwit

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Southwest has a 3-day sale, ends June 7.
Book by 6/7. Nonrefundable. Seats, travel days, and markets limited. Blackout dates apply. Fares not available to/from Albany, New York. Domestic travel valid 8/21/18 – 12/12/18. Travel to/from San Juan, Puerto Rico valid 9/5/18 – 12/6/18. International travel valid 8/21/18 – 12/12/18.


$49: ATL-CLE, ATL-JAX, Chicago-Memphis, Chicago-Louisville, and many others.
$79: EWR-Ft. Lauderdale, Boston-Nashville, and many others.

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As a frugal person, I look at Disney's ticket prices and go "oh, nevermind".

$110 for one person for one day? Nope.
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Holiday flights are never cheap in advance, but remaining seats often go very cheap the day before or day of to maintain the illusion of high demand. Couldn't afford the regular tickets a couple times and got a last minute seat for about a 1/10th of the price, it's impossible to plan for but if there are no good options, sometimes it pays off.
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Arggghhh. Flying to Orlando on Black Friday is still not cheap.
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Arggghhh. Flying to Orlando on Black Friday is still not cheap.
Holiday flights are never cheap in advance, but remaining seats often go very cheap the day before or day of to maintain the illusion of high demand. Couldn't afford the regular tickets a couple times and got a last minute seat for about a 1/10th of the price, it's impossible to plan for but if there are no good options, sometimes it pays off.
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Holiday flights are never cheap in advance, but remaining seats often go very cheap the day before or day of to maintain the illusion of high demand. Couldn't afford the regular tickets a couple times and got a last minute seat for about a 1/10th of the price, it's impossible to plan for but if there are no good options, sometimes it pays off.
Good points.
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Arggghhh. Flying to Orlando on Black Friday is still not cheap.
You don't want to go to Orlando anyway. It's the worst place I've ever been and I grew up in El Salvador in the 80s.
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You don't want to go to Orlando anyway. It's the worst place I've ever been and I grew up in El Salvador in the 80s.
Well, that's where Disney is.
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The price of the flight that I was looking to book actually went UP when the "sale" became live.
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The price of the flight that I was looking to book actually went UP when the "sale" became live.
Right you are ... I track non-sale fares for use as a baseline for determining if the SWA "sale" is really one at all. Frown
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Just so everybody knows Southwest deals are usually based on supply, and competition. Not everyone is going to have a better deal, in fact some will be higher.


That being said some of these deals out of Minneapolis are actually decent. Minneapolis usually doesn't get a whole lot of deals from the sales, but these men seem to be pretty good, at least to the available cities. Thank you and repped
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Well, that's where Disney is.
As a frugal person, I look at Disney's ticket prices and go "oh, nevermind".

$110 for one person for one day? Nope.
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This is only a couple bucks (~$20) off the normal price when booking this far in advance anyway.

If the sale was for closer dates (ex: Travel in July) then it would be a good sale.
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You don't want to go to Orlando anyway. It's the worst place I've ever been and I grew up in El Salvador in the 80s.
You must not have gone to many other places then because Orlando is nothing compared to a lot of other cities in this country alone.
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Just rebooked a Saturday flight in July and saved 3k points
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