Nonstop Flights: Houston to/from Los Angeles $134 r/t – Southwest

[12/21/2018 @ 3:36 PM] Book this fare on: Southwest, (Other Airlines: Priceline, BookingBuddyTravelocity, Expedia, Orbitz, Hotwire, CheapTickets.)

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Southwest has round-trip flights from Houston (HOU) to Los Angeles (LAX) starting at $134, NONSTOP. $67 each-way. Flights from January to April. A few weekends available. Origin/Destination reversible.

Note: Previous deal was a bit cheaper, but didn’t allow for weekends or Spring flights. This has better availability and a few weekends.

Note: United, Spirit, and Frontier may have fee encumbered “Basic Economy” fares available for a bit less. Keep in mind that those “cheaper” fares are often more expensive once you factor in bag fees.

Note: Southwest doesn’t charge a change-fee, so if you already booked this flight, but paid more, you should be able to re-book at the lower price and get the difference paid back to you in the form of a travel-voucher.

Note: You may find additional savings if you book your Flight+Hotel together as a package on Southwest Vacations and use the DOM100 coupon-code at checkout. Before you commit, always compare the prices of the individual Flights and Hotel with other hotel booking sites like Hotels.com or Tripadvisor.

  • Example Dates: (BookingBuddy / Southwest) Jan 11 – Jan 14 / etc… / Apr 17 – Apr 21 / Other dates: Use the Fare Calendar on Southwest. There are more dates available than the ones we list here, experiment on your own.
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I was able to pull this up on Southwest. Screenshot taken when this post was initially created. See timestamps at the top of this post.

If you plan on booking a hotel, use our travel coupon codes to save up to 15% to 20% off. Alternatively, you may be able to save the most money by booking your trip as a Flight + Hotel package on Priceline, Travelocity, or Orbitz.

Note: OTAs such as Travelocity and Priceline allow free cancellation without penalty within 24-hours after you purchase. As deals sell-out or expire quickly, this policy will allow you to “lock-in” the cheap fare while you sort out a plan. Just keep in mind that after 24-hours, you will not be able to cancel without the regular penalty.

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