Is your New Year's resolution going to be to travel more? If so, then Southwest has some deals for you with its latest markdowns. Your next adventure is on sale with fares starting at $98 roundtrip or just $49 one-way. You'll be sure to find a destination to warm up in following those post-holiday blues.
Airfares in this sale are valid for travel on Mondays through Thursday and Saturdays starting in early January through May 22, 2019. There are no official blackout dates listed in this sale. However, flights around long weekends like MLK and Presidents' Day are harder to find. Seats to certain spring break hotspots may also be scarce during those peak periods.
All tickets must be booked by Thursday, January 3, 2019, at 11:59 pm ET or local time.
Please note, these fares are only available on Southwest.com. 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
Los Angeles to San Jose $98 roundtrip
Sacramento to San Diego $98 roundtrip
San Francisco to Burbank $118 roundtrip
Milwaukee to Nashville $124 roundtrip
Boise to Spokane $130 roundtrip
Columbus to Atlanta $138 roundtrip
Cleveland to Milwaukee $142 roundtrip
Chicago-Midway to Louisville $158 roundtrip
Atlanta to Detroit $164 roundtrip
Portland, OR to Las Vegas $170 roundtrip
Ft. Lauderdale to New Orleans $174 roundtrip
Indianapolis to Denver $178 roundtrip
Ft. Lauderdale to Washington DC-IAD $184 roundtrip
Pittsburgh to Tampa $190 roundtrip
Philadelphia to Ft. Lauderdale $192 roundtrip
Denver to Cincinnati $196 roundtrip
Newark to Ft. Lauderdale $206 roundtrip
Long Island/Islip to Orlando $208 roundtrip
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