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Grab Savings From Southwest Airlines On ‘Wanna Go Wednesdays’

Southwest Airlines announces Wanna Go Wednesdays for the lowest fares
Southwest Airlines announces Wanna Go Wednesdays for the lowest fares [Image by F. Muhammad from Pixabay]
During the working week, most of us are happy when we reach ‘hump day’ and are halfway to the weekend, but Southwest Airlines is making Wednesdays even more fun. Starting May, 1, those seeking a getaway or last-minute trip can visit the airline’s website on ‘Wanna Go Wednesdays.’ This way, they can grab the airline’s lower fares for that weekend getaway or vacation, even if they were not planning on going anywhere.

Celebrate ‘Wanna Go Wednesdays’ with Southwest Airlines

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In the press release, Jennifer Bridie, Vice President of Marketing Communications & Strategy at Southwest Airlines announced the news:

Customers have a whole new reason to look forward to the weekdays. Wanna Go Wednesdays is a new weekly program that allows customers to book the latest low fares on routes that are still available for last-minute bookings.

We think this is a great way to highlight some spontaneous travel destinations at low fares for our customers.

Readers can see examples of lower fares and routes they can see on Southwest.com on Wednesday, May 1 here:

  • As low as $69 one-way nonstop between Las Vegas and Long Beach, Calif.
  • As low as $89 one-way nonstop between Denver and Phoenix
  • As low as $89 one-way nonstop between Dallas (Love Field) and New Orleans,
  • As low as $109 one-way nonstop between Baltimore/Washington (BWI) and Detroit
  • As low as $109 one-way nonstop between Atlanta and Orlando

Travelers should make sure to visit Southwest.com every Wednesday to nab the latest lower fares.

About Southwest Airlines

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Wanna Go Wednesdays [Image by F. Muhammad from Pixabay]
Southwest Airlines is a budget airline offering good value at 121 airports across 11 countries. The company is based in Dallas and offers employee-first corporate cultures.  Among the cities serviced by Southwest Airlines are Denver, Las Vegas, Chicago, Baltimore, Dallas, Phoenix, Orlando, Houston, Nashville, St. Louis, Atlanta, Tampa, Austin, Oakland, San Diego, Sacramento, San Jose, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles and Kansas City.

Moreover, the airline takes travelers to Aruba, the Bahamas, Belize, the Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, and Turks and Caicos

Meanwhile, the airline has set a goal to work towards achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Southwest Airlines’ net zero 2050 goal includes Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3, category 3 emissions only. It exclusives any emissions associated with non-fuel products and services, such as in-flight service items.

Red-eye flights coming to Southwest Airlines
Red-eye flights coming to Southwest Airlines [Image by Danilo Bueno from Pixabay]
For those travelers up to fly late at night, Southwest Airlines has recently announced plans to start red-eye flights for the first time in its 57-year history. Reportedly, the first of these flights will fly out of Las Vegas and Hawaii. However, no launch date for the red-eye flights has yet been confirmed.

Bookmark the ‘Wanna Go Wednesdays’ webpage on Southwest Airlines website here.


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