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Southwest Fall Travel Super Sale – 72 Hours

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72 Hours Only – Fall Travel Super Sale!

Traveling this fall?  Now’s the time to book your flight.  Southwest is having a 72 hour sale beginning today and ending June 14.

Fares begin at $49 each way for destinations within 0-500 miles; $99 for destinations within 501-1300 miles; and $139 for destinations 1301+ miles.

Fares are valid for travel August 13 – November 14, 2012.

View cities and fares here.

Book your flight online with Southwest here.

There’s some fine print so you’ll want to read it here.

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