Now Book Southwest Flights to Cuba for ~$150+ Round Trip

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Great news for folks wanting to visit Cuba like Emily did recently!

You can now book flights on Southwest to Cuba!  And they’re on sale starting at $59 one-way.

The new Southwest flights are even better news for folks with the Companion Pass.  Because you can bring a friend or loved one along on a paid or award flight to Cuba for only the cost of taxes and fees.

Now Book Southwest Flights To Cuba For 150 Round Trip

Fly to Havana, Cuba, for Less Than ~$150 on Southwest and Experience This Fantastic Country Like Emily Recently Did!

I’ll explain more about the new Southwest flights to Cuba!

Southwest Flights to Cuba on Sale!

Link:   Southwest Cuba Fare Sale

Link:   Emily’s Cuba Trip Report 

Link:   Use Your Miles on These Routes to Cuba

You can now book paid and award flights to Cuba on Southwest.

Flights from Fort Lauderdale to Varadero will begin November 13, 2016.

And flights from Fort Lauderdale and Tampa to Havana will start December 12, 2016.

To celebrate the new flights, Southwest has a fare sale!

Now Book Southwest Flights To Cuba For 150 Round Trip

Book a Round-Trip Flight to Havana From Fort Lauderdale for as Little as ~$150

You can book a round-trip flight for ~$150+.  Or you can book a round-trip award flight for 4,464 Southwest points and ~$47 in taxes and fees.

The fare sale is good when you book by November 20, 2016, for travel between November 13, 2016, and April 24, 2017.

Million Mile Secrets team member Keith used his Companion Pass to book flights for himself and his wife for 4,464 Southwest points and ~$94 in taxes and fees.  That’s a great deal!

Remember, you’ll need to make sure your visit falls into one of the 12 categories for approved travel into Cuba.

Emily was approved to visit because she wanted to “support for the Cuban people” by getting to know the locals and spending money to encourage small business there.

And it was totally worth it because she and her friends love music and dance, which are some of Cuba’s specialties!

This is good timing!  Because starting October 17, 2016, you’ll be able bring unlimited amounts of Cuban rum and cigars back to the US for personal consumption!

Earn Southwest Points

Link:   How to Fly (Almost) Free for 2 Years on Southwest!

You can transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points from cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred, Chase Sapphire Reserve, and Chase Ink Plus at a 1:1 ratio to Southwest.

Or you can earn Southwest points directly with one of these cards:

Remember, points you earn on the Chase Southwest cards count toward the total 110,000 point requirement needed to earn the Companion Pass.

And you can now earn the Companion Pass with Starwood points.  Or use Starwood points for an award stay in Havana!

Bottom Line

You can now book Southwest flights to Cuba!  And Southwest is offering a fare sale on flights to Cuba for ~$150+ or 4,464 Southwest points and ~$47 round-trip!

Remember, you have other options for using miles for flights to Cuba as well!

Are you planning to visit Cuba?

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