Traveling This Festival Season? Then Look At These Southwest Airline Deals NOW
As more lineup announcements are made each week as festival season looms on the horizon, those planning to visit festivals in different states, or different countries even, might turn to Southwest Airlines for their transportation needs.
The airline is in the midst of its annual “$59 flight sale,” a deal that features price breaks on various domestic and international flights, with prices starting as low as $59 on one way flights. Travelers may depart from a wide range of cities, spanning Akron-Canton, Ohio, to Wichita, Kansas. Chances are if it’s a major city, the airline offers discounted flights in the area.
As with all offers that sound “too good to be true,” the sale has its stipulations. Flyers seeking cheaper one way flights to all destinations, domestic and international, must purchase the flight 21 days prior to their intended departure date. The deal began January 3rd, and will extend through January 26, leaving those who would prefer the convenience of a flight to the grittiness of a road trip ample time to begin planning.
The deal may appeal especially to those planning to attend Ultra Music Festival in Miami on March 25th, 26th, and 27th. Flights to Miami are characteristically expensive in light of Miami Music Week, the precursor to Ultra, and a major source of Miami’s tourism. While the sale excludes domestic travel on Fridays and Saturdays, travelers going to Florida may leave any time from Sunday-Wednesday. Depending on when festival goers are planning to arrive, and how long they’re planning to stay, they could save some serious funds by exploring the options provided by Southwest.
As domestic travel is valid from January 24th to May 24th, 2017, festival goers interested in visiting The Middlelands fest in Texas, for example, might also begin thinking about flying in the interest of saving money that can always be applied to the purchase of the next festival’s ticket. For those willing to peruse the Southwest website, and to invest some time in planning their trip’s itinerary, the Southwest deal might alleviate some of the headache of festival season transport.