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I just got an email with a special one-use code for 30% off flights on Southwest.com. The code’s use is pretty restrictive, and I have no use for it, so I’ll post it here because I think anyone can use it. If you use it, say so in the comments to save someone else the time of typing it in only for it not to work. If you got a code you can’t use, leave it here also!

My code is CNFFQRN78T

Like I said, the code is very restrictive. It’s good today only for 30% off the base fare of a roundtrip flight. Travel dates must be:

  • 6/26
  • 6/27
  • 6/29
  • 7/2 – 7/6

Beyond only being good those eight days, 21 city pairs are excluded. See all the details and T&C here.

If you’re thinking about making a last minute trip, this might provide fantastic value. But it’s so restrictive that for most of us, it isn’t going to have any value.

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