Southwest Launches Valentine’s Day Sale On Flights Starting At $59

Southwest Launches Valentine's Day Sale On Flights Starting At $59

Southwest has launched “Small fares, Big Heart,” a Valentine’s Day special with one-way domestic and Caribbean flights starting at $59 per person.

To take advantage, travelers must book by Feb. 14 at 11:59 p.m. Central time for travel between Feb. 15 and May 18.

The sale, which is normally valid on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, requires a 21-day prior purchase. Tickets are available for Southwest’s one-way “Wanna Get Away” fares.

Travelers can purchase direct flights from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to Baltimore, from Atlanta to Miami or Myrtle Beach, or from Dallas to New Orleans starting at only $59.

Snowbirds from Chicago may fly to sunny Miami for only $59. They can also visit Austin, Boston, Houston, Kansas City, and Memphis for less than $100.

Denver residents will be able to visit some of the state’s greatest ski resorts with flights to Steamboat Springs and Montrose starting at $59.

Those up for a short trip while in Hawaii can take advantage of interisland tickets for as low as $40 one-way.

More adventure travelers can spend their romantic holiday in a hot Caribbean destination with flights from Atlanta to the Cayman Islands starting at $142, from New York and Boston to Nassau, Bahamas, for only $143.

Also from Fort Lauderdale, starting at only $107 to Turks and Caicos, $158 to Cancun, and $137 to Havana.

Southwest Airplanes at the Atlanta Airport

Southwest will additionally offer discounted COVID-19 test kits to passengers returning to the United States from international destinations.

Of course, not all flights will be at the lowest of the low rates, but the discounts are still significant on most flights.

Check out Southwest’s sale website for a complete list of flights as well as rates for specific dates.

Choose your local airport to see all available flights from your preferred destination. Hotels will need to be booked separately.

The company is also committed to providing more reliable Wi-Fi, recruiting more personnel, and restoring full in-flight service, according to the newly appointed CEO.