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|Created:||Wednesday, June 16, 2021|
|Members:||Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 14:19 eastern (47 days ago)|
|Public:||Wednesday, June 16, 2021 at 14:19 eastern|
|Location:||Southwest.com (click this link)|
|Heat level:||this is a good deal|
|Countries:||available in USA|
|Details:||50% Off Flights Sept 15 to Nov 3, Code: SAVE50|
Apply promo code SAVE50 when searching for flights. Discount can apply toward just about every airfare flown between September 15 and November 3, including international. Does not apply toward taxes and airport fees.
The period between September 15 and early November has always been the cheapest time to fly within the US, because of low demand. Kids will be back in school, and the only national holiday will be Columbus Day, which is not widely observed.
Although, 2021 will be a strange year for travel since few people vacationed in 2020. More people are planning to travel this year, even during October. If you find a good deal, book it as soon as you can.
Note that Southwest allows flights to be cancelled and changed, so you have some flexibility if your plans change. You only pay the airfare difference, but there is a catch.
Cancelled flights apply as "credit" of the original amount you paid, for just one year. Also, if any new flights are paid with at least in part by any "credits", the entire valud of your new booking will be forfeited if you do not complete the new travel plans within 1 year from the earliest original purchase date.
For example, buy a $50 ticket on June 16 for travel on November 1. Then, if you cancel that booking and apply the $50 credit toward a $200 ticket for travel on February 15. If you then cancel your February 15 booking, you must apply all your credits toward travel before June 16, or all the funds will be entirely forfeited.