Southwest Flights 50% off on four days in Jan/Feb 2012!

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If you want to fly on Southwest airlines on 01/24, 01/25, 01/31, and/or 02/01 you may be in luck!  Flights those days are half-off with the code HALFOFFDEC.  You must book today in order to get in on this sale. There is a list of excluded locations below in the terms and conditions, but it still may work for some people – maybe including me.  There really are some amazing deals if you can fly on those dates!

My husband and I were planning on driving to Dallas for the OneWorld MegaDO (he is just coming for the night), but at $25 per ticket maybe we will fly….hmmm. 

Here are the official terms and conditions:

  • Use promo code HALFOFFDEC when booking.
  • 50% discount valid for use at or off the total amount of any one-way or roundtrip Wanna Get Away fare purchase before taxes and fees.
  • Purchase must be made on Dec. 16, 2011 for travel between Jan. 24 and Jan. 25, 2012 and between Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 2012 only.
  • Discount is not valid on reservations made using Rapid Reward Points.
  • The discount is only valid with the provided Promotion Code and is not combinable with other Promotion Codes or fares available exclusively through the web tool “DING!”.
  • Changes made to the itinerary after purchase may eliminate qualifications for this promotion.
  • 50% Off offer not available in the following markets:
    between Las Vegas and Tampa Bay, Ft. Lauderdale (Miami Area) and Las Vegas, Las Vegas and Pittsburgh, Nashville and San Diego, Jacksonville and Las Vegas, Denver and Raleigh/Durham, Las Vegas and Orlando, Las Vegas and Philadelphia, Orlando and Phoenix, Omaha and Phoenix, Phoenix and Pittsburgh, and Phoenix and Tampa Bay.

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  1. Since AirTran still flys out of Atlanta, then I suppose Atlanta fliers are excluded unless they drive to Birmingham? Or is Air Tran included?

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