Published: Wed, October 11, 2017
Research | By Derrick Holloway

Southwest Airlines is selling $100 roundtrip tickets

Southwest Airlines is selling $100 roundtrip tickets

Southwest is offering a blockbuster of a sale, dropping some fares to just $49, making it possible to get a roundtrip flight for just under $100. As the routes grow longer, one-way fares rise to prices like $59, $79, $99 and $129 - a few are apparently a little higher, but still dirt cheap. See the full list of flights here.

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Tickets for domestic flights purchased as part of the fare sale are nonrefundable and covers travel from October 31 through December 19 of this year and from January 3 through February 14 of 2018. They've had a similar sale in October and another in June for the last three years, and the 2015 sale was so popular it actually crashed the airline's website.

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The sale ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. local time in the city of the departing flight.

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Flights from Detroit Metro Airport to Baltimore and Chicago Midway are available for $49 each way. Louis; El Paso-Phoenix; Fort Lauderdale-Orlando; Grand Rapids, Mich.

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