SouthwestIt’s hard to believe it’s Halloween season already, but it is, so believe it. Luckily, that also means Halloween-themed deals are here—like this one from Southwest. By using the promo code TREAT31 to book before midnight tonight (September 16), you can save 31% on flights on October 31/Halloween flights this year (that’s a Thursday). In addition to Southwest’s famous no-baggage-fees-and-no-change-fees inclusion, you’ll also get a free alcoholic drink on your flight with the code.

In the same spooky spirit, Southwest is also offering savings on:

  • Vacation packages—use the same promo code (TREAT31) to book by midnight tomorrow, September 17, and save up to $100 on October travel packages
  • Hotels—book by October 8 and get rooms in select hotel rooms across the country for under $100 (for travel up to November 10)
  • Rental cars—get up to 30% off and earn bonus Rapid Rewards Points on Budget rental cars until December 31

Just go to southwest.com or SWABIZ.com to book.

Ian Livingston
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