Southwest Vacations Offers Substantial Savings with Up to $200 Off on Trips to Mexico, Florida, and Beyond

by Alice

In an effort to kickstart 2024 travel plans, Southwest Vacations, a division of Southwest Airlines, has unveiled an enticing semi-annual sale. The promotion, exclusively available for vacation packages booked directly through the company, features discounts of up to $200.

Included in the sale are sought-after destinations and renowned hotels, such as MGM Resorts in Las Vegas and Hyatt Hotels & Resorts’ Inclusive Collection. The packages encompass both round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations, providing travelers with a bundled pricing option. Additionally, members of Southwest’s Rapid Rewards program stand to earn bonus miles when booking at select properties, with details available on the Southwest Vacations website.


Utilizing the promo code “USVACATION100” allows travelers to enjoy a $100 discount on vacations within most of the United States. Meanwhile, the promo code “INTVACATION200” unlocks a $200 discount on international and Hawaii vacations. This promotional offer is valid for travel through October 2, and bookings must be completed before February 5 at 6:00 p.m. PST.A 3-night stay at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, including airfare from St. Louis, totals $1,162.71 when booked through Southwest Vacations. In contrast, booking each component separately would have amounted to $1,393.96, resulting in a savings of $231.25 for travelers opting for the Southwest Vacation package.


Notable deals nclude offerings such as:


Sheraton Princess Kaiulani (Hawaii) – $837 per person

Hyatt Regency Long Beach (Long Beach, California) – $690 per person

Universal Studios Orlando’s Endless Summer Resort – Surfside Inn & Suites (Orlando, Florida) – $599 per person

Aulani, A Disney Resort And Spa (Hawaii) – $1,992 per person

Operated by third-party travel booking service ALG Vacations Corp in partnership with Southwest Airlines, Southwest Vacations aims to provide travelers with substantial savings during this promotion.

The announcement comes amid Southwest Airlines’ recent quarterly net loss of $419 million, as reported in their earnings statement. Southwest CEO Bob Jordan expressed pride in the accomplishments of 2023 but acknowledged the need to urgently address the financial targets and restore the company’s profitability in 2024.



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