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If you’re thinking about heading out of town this winter, you’ll want to log on to Southwest.com before going to sleep the night of Thursday, Nov. 11.
Flights are going for as low as $39 one-way (WHAT?!) during Southwest’s Winter travel sale.
So. . . where are we going?
Southwest is selling Dec-March flights for as low as $39.
Southwest’s Winter Sale has slashed ticket prices at a ton of destinations, with some routes (but not as many as you’d think) as low as $39 one-way. Many of these value-priced flights are non-stop.
The sale goes until 11:59 p.m. Central Time on Nov. 11.
Once you purchase the sale-priced tickets, they’re non-refundable. See all the terms and conditions.
Sorry, you can’t use these for Christmas or New Year’s trips.
These prices are good for flights that depart Dec. 1-15, 2021, and Jan. 5-March 9, 2022.
The U.S.’s Top 10 most popular airline routes are $50-$143.
These are the most popular flight routes in the U.S. and how much Southwest is selling tickets for. Here are the rates we found for January 2022:
- New York (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX): Southwest doesn’t fly to JFK, but they do fly to New York-LaGuardia (LAG) to LAX for as low as $99
- LAX to San Francisco (SFO): $39
- LGA to Chicago O’Hare (ORD): Southwest doesn’t fly to ORD, but LGA to Chicago Midway (MDW) costs $69
- LAX to ORD: $108, (LAX to MDW costs $94)
- Atlanta (ATL) to Orlando (MCO): $59
- Las Vegas (LAS) to LAX: $39
- LAX to Seattle-Tacoma (SEA): $74
- Denver (DEN) to LAX: $64
- ATL to LGA: $79
- ATL to Fort Lauderdale (FLL): $69
The $39 tickets are rare; expect $80 flights instead.
There’s a TON of flights on sale for less than $100 one-way right now, and most of them are in the $80 range — which beats pretty much every other airfare competitor.
If you can be creative with which airport you want to fly into, you can score a $60-$80 flight, or even one of those coveted $39 flights. Use the Southwest low fare calendar to get the best deal.
If you want to find $39 flights, check Southwest’s hubs.
Southwest has 11 hubs throughout the U.S., so chances are, there’s one near you. Nine out of those 11 hubs have $39 flights going. Here they are:
Atlanta $39 flight destinations
Greenville/Spartanburg (SC), Jacksonville, Nashville, Panama City Beach (FL), Pensacola (FL)
Baltimore $39 flight destinations
Albany (NY), Buffalo/Niagara (NY), Hartford (CT), Long Island/Islip (NY), New York/LaGuardia, Norfolk (VA), Pittsburgh, Raleigh/Durham, Rochester (NY), Syracuse (NY)
Chicago-Midway $39 flight destinations
Cincinnati, Columbus (OH), Detroit, Grand Rapids (MI), Louisville, St. Louis (MO)
Dallas-Love $39 flight destinations
Austin, Houston-Bush, Houston-Hobby, Little Rock (AR), Lubbock (TX), San Antonio, Tulsa (OK)
Denver $39 flight destinations
Colorado Springs, Montrose (CO), Steamboat Springs (CO)
Houston-Hobby $39 flight destinations
Austin, Corpus Christi (TX), Dallas-Love, Harlingen (TX), San Antonio
Las Vegas $39 flight destinations
Burbank (CA), Fresno (CA), Long Beach (CA), Los Angeles, Ontario/LA (CA), Orange County (CA), Palm Springs (CA), Phoenix, San Diego, Santa Barbara (CA)
Oakland $39 flight destinations
Reno/Tahoe (NV), Santa Barbara (CA)
Phoenix $39 flight destinations
Palm Springs (CA)