Southwest's Latest Sale Has Flights Across the U.S. Starting at $49 — but You'll Have to Book Soon

The sale ends tomorrow.

<p>Stephen M Keller/Courtesy of Southwest Airlines </p>

Stephen M Keller/Courtesy of Southwest Airlines

April may bring spring showers, but it also brings great deals on a getaway with Southwest’s latest sale that has one-way flights for as low as $49.

The sale, which must be booked by 11:59 p.m. PT on March 14, is valid on travel on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from March 26 through June 5, according to the airline. The sale is nonrefundable and is available for flights across Southwest’s network, including Mexico and Hawaii.

Fly from Atlanta to Memphis, from Baltimore to Cleveland, from Chicago to Louisville, from Dallas to Austin, and more starting at just $49 one-way. Travelers on the West Coast can also fly for $49 one-way from Denver to Minneapolis, from Tucson to Las Vegas, from Santa Barbara to Sacramento, and more.

Vacationers hoping to escape to warm weather ahead of summer can also fly to Cancun starting at just $174 one-way from Fort Lauderdale, or head to Los Cabos starting at just $208 one-way from Los Angeles.

Southwest is also offering an inexpensive way to island hop in Hawaii with $50 flights between popular islands like Oahu and Maui.

The sale is valid in the contiguous United States from March 26 to June 5, but is only valid for travel to international destinations, Hawaii, and San Juan, Puerto Rico, from March 26 to May 22. In addition, travel to international destinations, Hawaii, and San Juan is blacked out on March 26 and March 27 for outgoing trips, and blacked out from March 26 to April 3 for incoming trips.

Southwest recently responded to social media backlash after the airline introduced a sleek new cabin, defending the less-than-flattering comments that compared its new, smaller seats to “Ozempic” and “wooden benches.” A representative for the airline told Travel + Leisure the "original images were 2D renderings to show the cosmetic look of the seats and were not scalable for illustrating seat comfort,” and added the actual seats will include more cushion when they are rolled out in 2025.

They are part of a redesign that also includes personal USB-A and USB-C outlets and larger overhead bins.

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