Yikes!! Swa prices

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by April, Aug 29, 2012.

  1. cboudre1

    cboudre1 Mouseketeer

    Jun 19, 2001
    SW credit has to be used on a flight that is 365 days from the date you purchased the original ticket. (EX: I bought tickets for May 2012 on Dec 22, 2011. The price went down so I got a credit. I have to use the credit on a flights that leave by Dec 22, 2012) The credit is only for the person named on the original ticket.
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  3. April

    April Mouseketeer

    Aug 16, 2005
    Checked JetBlue $270 r/t out of Newburgh (compared to $445 on SWA). The only thing, it would be a two hour drive to the airport for us :(. I wish JetBlue would come to Albany!
  4. basketlacey

    basketlacey DIS Veteran

    Mar 31, 2003
    We are actually considering driving because flights are so ridiculous right now. I am completely bummed about it but trying to look at the bright side (we will probably add a day to our trip!). I am continuing to watch daily but so far, nothing is dropping.
  5. Angelboys3

    Angelboys3 Earning My Ears

    Aug 5, 2012
    We are flying out with Southwest tomorrow, and I feel like we got a pretty good deal. It ended up being $1196 RT, for 5 people. We do stop each way, but no plane changes and the stops are only scheduled to be less than 30 minutes so it works for us! Plus with gas prices what they are, it would cost us almost as much in our SUV to drive down and back. I just didn't want to make the kids ride that far (ok, seriously *I* didn't want to be stuck in a car for 20+ hours ;). I booked back in February I think, I had to watch prices for a week or so to get a good price. They were low right when they were released, then went up for a few days, and then finally came back down so I booked. I didn't figure they would get any better.

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