Southwest Airlines is selling one-way tickets for as low as $39
- Southwest Airlines is having a low-cost fare "California Super Sale" until Wednesday night.
- One-way tickets between California cities are being offered for as low as $39.
- The catch is that those $39 fares are only for Tuesdays and Wednesdays within the promotion calendar.
- The deal expires on at 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, August 22 and it's restricted to traveling between 9/11/18 and 2/13/19 with several dates blacked out around the holiday season.
Southwest Airlines is having a "California Super Sale" for tickets to fly within the Golden State for as low as $39 one-way.
But these cheap tickets come with some restrictions: Southwest's super-savings deal expires at the end of the day on Wednesday, August 22 at 11:59 p.m and those $39 fares are only available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays within the promotion calendar.
Domestic travel booked under the plan is valid from September 11, 2018 through February 13, 2019.
Using the slogan, "Don't Wait, Golden State," Southwest Airlines' flight page features $39 one-way fares connecting travelers to cities all over California. The deal includes flights that depart from Southwest terminals in Los Angeles, San Diego, Burbank, Orange County/Santa Ana, Long Beach, Ontario/LA, Sacramento, San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose. The $39 one-way fare does not include government taxes and fees.
Flight deals under this promotion were first made available to the public on Tuesday, August 21.
While the $39 flights are offered on Tuesday and Wednesdays within the valid travel days, a search through the Southwest Airlines website found most other one-way fares during the week and weekend of the promotion were between $61 and $109.
Exciting as these fares are, there are some additional restrictions. Travelers can only be flying within California and a 21-day advance purchase is required.
Domestic travel blacked out dates are November 20-21, November 24-26, December 21-23, December 26-27, December 29-30, January 1-2 2019, all of which fall around the holiday season.
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