Get a jump on your fall travel plans with the latest sale from Southwest. Fares start at just $49 one-way or $98 roundtrip. With discounts on over 3,400 routes, something is bound to catch your eye.

Travel Availability

Sale fares are valid for travel on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturdays starting on September 3 through December 18, 2019.

Travel is blacked out November 22, November 24, November 26-27, and November 30 - December 2, 2019.

Departures to Las Vegas and select Florida airports are available Sunday through Wednesday and travel from Nevada and Florida is valid Tuesday through Friday.

Sale Period

Tickets must be purchased by Thursday, July 4, 2019, at 11:59 pm PDT.

Baggage

Sale fares include a carry-on bag, a personal item, and two free checked bags up to 50lbs/23kg each.

Seat Assignments

Southwest has an open seating policy, which means there are no assigned seats and you'll get to choose your seat during boarding. The order of boarding is determined by the time of check-in, so check-in exactly 24 hours before departure or pay for priority boarding for a better choice of seat.

Sample Sale Fares

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.

Honolulu to Kona $98 roundtrip, nonstop

Washington DC to Providence $142 roundtrip, nonstop

Burbank to Salt Lake City $148 roundtrip, nonstop

Atlanta to Boston $182 roundtrip, nonstop

Baltimore to Charleston $198 roundtrip, nonstop

Denver to San Francisco $210 roundtrip, nonstop

Long Beach to El Paso $226 roundtrip

Dallas to Las Vegas $238 roundtrip, nonstop

Charlotte to Dallas $246 roundtrip, nonstop

Ft. Lauderdale to Milwaukee $250 roundtrip, nonstop

Newark to Austin $258 roundtrip, nonstop

Cleveland to Kansas City  $272 roundtrip

Jacksonville to Baltimore $274 roundtrip, nonstop

Pittsburgh to Greenville $280 roundtrip

Columbus to Richmond $280 roundtrip

Houston to Los Angeles $282 roundtrip, nonstop

These are the advertised sale fares. Some routes have lower fares than advertised.

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