Southwest Sale: Travel through Spring with Fares Starting at 98+ Roundtrip

It's Southwest Airlines sale time, and this nationwide sale is similar to one we saw last week. The deal stretches out into the spring travel window of the airline's booking calendar with fares that start at $98 roundtrip.

Departures are available for travel on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, through May 22, 2019, with a 14-day advanced purchase required. Travel to Florida and Nevada is valid Sundays through Wednesdays, while trips from Florida and Nevada are valid Tuesdays through Fridays.

As with most sales restrictions, holiday travel at this price is blacked out. Discount fares on these routes not available on December 21-23, December 26-27, December 29-30, 2018; January 1-2, 2019. 

Tickets must be purchased by Thursday, November 15, 2018, at 11:59 pm.

Take note; these fares are only available on Southwest.com. We often see other carriers regularly match these sale fares, so be sure to compare to find the best deal.

Sample nonstop sale fares include:

Las Vegas to San Francisco $98 roundtrip

Long Beach to Las Vegas $98 roundtrip

Los Angeles to Oakland $118 roundtrip

San Diego to Sacramento $118 roundtrip

Spokane to Boise $128 roundtrip

Oklahoma City to Dallas-Love Field $130 roundtrip

El Paso to Denver $138 roundtrip

Tucson to San Diego $148 roundtrip

Columbus to Washington DC-National $156 roundtrip

Minneapolis to Kansas City $158 roundtrip

Boston to Chicago-Midway $172 roundtrip

Newark to Ft. Lauderdale $178 roundtrip

Atlanta to Houston-Hobby $182 roundtrip

Tampa to Pittsburgh $184 roundtrip

Denver to Minneapolis $188 roundtrip

Islip to Orlando $188 roundtrip

Los Angeles to New Orleans $208 roundtrip

Ft. Lauderdale to San Juan $208 roundtrip

Indianapolis to Ft. Myers $208 roundtrip

Austin to Kansas City $212 roundtrip

Hartford to Ft. Lauderdale $214 roundtrip

Pack all you want because Southwest is the only domestic airline that still allows two free checked bags, while the other airlines have upped bag fees to $30 each way. If you're indecisive, there's less to worry about with Southwest's no change fee policy. Learn more about Southwest's perks in our guide on How to Fly Southwest Airlines (And Get the Seat You Want).