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Southwest Airlines has announced that they will increasing the price of their drinks onboard, as they switch to a new tier pricing structure for drinks, which most of the other US airlines including American, United, Delta, JetBlue, Alaska and Spirit do.
On March 1, Southwest Airlines is implementing a tiered pricing structure for our onboard alcoholic beverages:
- Miller Lite, Dos Equis, and wine will be $6.
- Liquor and premium beer (Fat Tire, Lagunitas, and our seasonal option—which next will be Leinenkugel’s Summer Shandy) will be $7.
For those who have Southwest drink coupons, they’ll valid for any of their offerings.
See related: How To Get A Free Drink On Southwest Airlines
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