A few days ago, I found an offer online for new users to the Sprint network. Basically, sign up for Sprint, get AAdvantage miles. Now, normally I wouldn’t recommend signing up for any kind of service just for the miles. Most of the time, with that kind of offer, you’re falling right into their trap…
With all my Southwest flying coming up, I’ve had plenty of practice booking flights!
…and cancelling others.
Although the Southwest cancellation policy is fairly generous, there are two distinct categories of airfare: travel booked with points, and paid travel. Each of these comes with its own cancellation rules.
I’m excited to announce that I’ve finally booked another trip! I was itching to go somewhere, and we finally settled on exploring the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico!
Just a quick note, I’ve officially earned the Southwest Companion Pass!
Lately, I luv Southwest. I’ve had great service recently and plenty of good experiences with the carrier. With my Companion Pass on the horizon, that is, if all goes according to plan, I’ll be flying them even more in the next two years.
Speaking of Companion Passes…I should have an update for you in the next week or two. Fingers crossed!
With all the practice I’m getting booking Southwest flights, I thought a little tutorial might be helpful. Southwest’s website is fairly user-friendly, in my opinion, but I hope this information is still helpful!
This post is especially timely, since Southwest is currently having a sale! Book by tomorrow (June 9th), and fly from most of September to December. If you don’t have time to book by then, don’t worry. Southwest runs these sales all the time. I try to wait until Southwest is having these “flash” sales to book domestic flights, as I know the next sale will be right around the corner. Want to know when the next sale is? Just sign up for Southwest’s emails, they’ll be more than happy to drop you a note!