¿Qué es exactamente una tarifa “Wanna Get Away” del Southwest?

Todos intentamos escapar! After all, that's why we love traveling. Southwest Airlines recognized this by naming one of their tariff classes

Wanna Get Away (or Quiero Escapar in Spanish). An intelligent name is one thing, and understanding how to distinguish Wanna Get Away's prices from Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines has three pricing categories: Business Select, Anytime, and Wanna Get Away, but does not offer executive class, extra legroom

Business Select: Southwest's best rate, offering priority boarding, more Rapid Rewards points, and a complimentary drink or beverage.

Refunding these tickets applies the funds to future Southwest Airlines trips only for the original ticket holder. No rate change is required for waiting travel between the same cities

Anytime: Southwest's fully refundable "Y" rate. This rate lets you change your card anytime without penalty. Travels in espera (standby) between

the same cities and on the same date are allowed, and the rates are stable throughout dates, therefore there is usually little or no price difference between changes.

Wanna Get Away has no basic economic rate. Pasajeros pueden registering dos maletas gratis. Clientes de tarifa Anytime continuan con

la oportunidad de recibir embarques del grupo “A”. La tarifa incluye menos puntos Rapid Rewards, pero volar en espera en un vuelo

diferente el mismo día podría costar más. To join the standby list, pay the difference between what you paid and the published Anytime rate.

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