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Fly to San Diego From $89

Fly to San Diego from $89 Traveling Well For Less

Southwest is offering $89 flights to and from San Diego

You can fly to San Diego from $89.

Southwest Airlines has added four new nonstop flight destinations from San Diego.

2 Easy Ways to Fly to San Diego From $89

1.  Fly from Portland to San Diego on Southwest
2.  Fly from Seattle to San Diego on Southwest

Southwest’s new nonstop flights destinations:

  • New Orleans
  • Orlando
  • Portland
  • Seattle

You can fly nonstop from San Diego to Portland and Seattle from $89 one-way.  Flights begin on June 8, 2014.

You can fly nonstop from San Diego to New Orleans (and vice versa) from $149 beginning April 8, 2014.

Starting June 8, 2014, you can fly nonstop to Orlando from $149.

You can buy these special introductory fares on the Southwest website from now through 11:59 p.m. Friday, December 20, 2013.

Introductory fares are valid for travel to New Orleans from April 8 to May 31; and June 8-30 for Orlando, Portland, and Seattle.

Summary of the fine print:

      • Fares are only available on southwest.com or swabiz.com
      • Fares must be purchased by 11:59 p.m. on December 20, 2013
      • Introductory rates to Orlando, Portland, and Seattle are valid from June 8, 2014 to June 30, 2014
      • Introductory rates to New Orleans are valid from April 8, 2014 to May 31, 2014
      • Travel not valid on Friday and Sundays
      • Introductory rates are not combinable with Senior Fares
      • Introductory rates are not available for groups

I’m excited to see new nonstop flights from Southwest, it allows for more vacation possibilities, especially if you have a Southwest Companion Pass.

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