Have Any Pocket Change?
On Southwest Airlines' Web Site, Fares Start at $29 Each Way
Southwest Airlines announced today a $99 or less fare sale. The Company is at it again, offering Customers the great service they expect at affordable prices. And, for Customers booking on Southwest's Internet web site, fares are even less!
"The holidays are quickly approaching and Southwest understands our Customers' need to visit family and friends and still have money left for gifts," said Joyce Rogge, Southwest's vice president of marketing. "These fares, good for travel through March 31, 2000, will even allow Customers to offer friends and family a trip as a gift."
Customers can travel for between $29 and $89 each way, anywhere on Southwest's published route system when booking on www.southwest.com.
For example, Customers booking on www.southwest.com can travel between Baltimore and Cleveland for $29 each way; between Baltimore and Jacksonville for $49 each way; between Baltimore and Orlando for $59 each way; between Nashville and Chicago for $39 each way; between Houston and Corpus Christi for $29 each way; between Phoenix and El Paso for $29 each way; between Los Angeles and El Paso for $79 each way; and between Dallas and Austin for $39 each way.
On the West Coast, Internet-only fares include all published Intra-California service, such as between Oakland and Los Angeles, between San Diego and Sacramento, and between Ontario and San Jose for only $44 each way.
From St. Louis, Internet-only fares are available beginning at $29 each way. Sample fares include between St. Louis and Little Rock for $29 each way; between St. Louis and Chicago for $29 each way; and between St. Louis and Louisville for $29 each way.
Equally great deals are available from several Pacific Northwest cities if Customers purchase via the Internet. For example, the fare between Seattle and Boise is $29 each way; between Seattle and Oakland is $39 each way; between Portland and Oakland is $39 each way; between Salt Lake City and Boise is $29 each way; between Reno and Portland is $39 each way; and between Seattle and Salt Lake City is $59 each way.
The savings don't stop there! The airline also is bringing back its $99 fare sale for a limited time. For example, between Hartford and Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Oakland, Sacramento, or San Diego, a Customer can travel for $99 each way, representing a savings of $89 each way off the lowest seven-day advanced purchase fare. Between Baltimore and Los Angeles, Phoenix, Reno/Tahoe, or Oakland a Customer can travel for $99 each way, representing a savings of $92 each way. Also, a Customer can fly between Seattle and Orlando or Tampa Bay for $99 each way, a savings of $152 each way.
The carrier is offering other low fares as well. Customers can purchase travel between Baltimore and Cleveland, between Portland and Spokane, Sacramento, or Boise, and between Detroit and Chicago Midway for only $39 each way.
Both offers are good for roundtrip travel only, and an overnight stay is required. Seats are limited and will be unavailable on some flights that operate during peak travel times, including Thanksgiving, Christmas, President's Day Weekend, and Spring Break holidays. Tickets must be purchased by Dec. 15, 1999, and the first date of travel is Nov. 30, 1999, for the $99 or less fare sale.
For the Internet-only sale, tickets must be purchased by midnight Pacific Standard Time, Dec. 2, 1999. Travel must be completed for both offers by March 31, 2000. Tickets must be purchased within one day of making reservations, and at least seven days before departure. For the Internet-only sale, tickets must be purchased at the time of reservation, and sale fares are not combinable with other fares.
Tickets are nonrefundable, but if unused, may be applied toward the purchase of future travel on Southwest Airlines. Fares are subject to change until ticketed, and any change in itinerary may result in an increase in fare. Fares do not include airport taxes of up to $12 roundtrip or a federal excise tax of up to $2.50 per segment. A segment is defined as a takeoff and a landing.
Customers can purchase tickets by visiting Southwest's web site at www.southwest.com or by calling Southwest Airlines at 1-800-I-FLY-SWA or their local travel agent Southwest Airlines, through its continuing innovations, is making travel easier than ever. With Ticketless Travel, Customers using any major credit card can experience the ease of traveling without a ticket. Southwest Airlines was the first major airline to offer Ticketless Travel on all of its scheduled flights, and more than 75 percent of Southwest Customers currently use Ticketless travel.
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