Southwest 30-60-90 sale

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Up, up and away -- for cheap.

Southwest announced what looks like a pretty good fare special today: every city is on sale for the next 48 hours. One-way fares are $30, $60 or $90.

Of course, there are a handful of restrictions. You have to travel between September 9 and November 18. The sale doesn't include Friday and Sunday flights. And you have to pay fees and taxes on top of the fare.

We were curious about what kind of deals we could get out of ALB. A list -- with a few comparison prices -- is posted after the jump.

All comparison prices are from Kayak and for September 9. Comparison prices also don't include all the fees and taxes.

From Albany...

  • To Austin for as low as $90 one-way ($110 on United )
  • To Baltimore for as low as $30 one-way ($62 on US Airways)
  • To Birmingham for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Chicago for as low as $60 one-way ($69 to O'Hare on United)
  • To Cleveland for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Columbus for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Denver for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Detroit for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Ft. Lauderdale for as low as $90 one-way ($127 on US Airways and Delta)
  • To Ft. Myers for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Houston for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Indianapolis for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Jackson for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Jacksonville for as low as $90 one-way ($110 on United and Delta)
  • To Kansas City for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Little Rock for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Long Island for as low as $30 one-way
  • To Louisville for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Milwaukee for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Minneapolis/St. Paul for as low as $90 one-way ($110 on United)
  • To Nashville for as low as $90 one-way ($110 on United)
  • To Norfolk for as low as $60 one-way
  • To Omaha for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Orlando for as low as $90 one-way
  • To Pittsburgh for as low as $30 one-way
  • To Raleigh/Durham for as low as $60 one-way ($78 on Delta)
  • To San Antonio for as low as $90 one-way
  • To St. Louis for as low as $90 one-way ($103 on Delta)
  • To Tampa Bay for as low as $90 one-way
  • To West Palm Beach for as low as $90 one-way

The deadline to book is 2:59 am July 9.

photo: Flickr user samholland

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