Free Drink On Southwest Tomorrow!

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We have written about this little tip before. If you are flying with Southwest tomorrow, you may be excited to be reminded that Southwest has a long-standing offer that gives passengers flying on certain holidays free drinks. You can check out the holidays on the bottom of their in-flight drink menu. The holidays include tomorrow, St. Patrick’s Day.

Free Drink On Southwest Tomorrow!

The other holidays that they include:

  • New Year’s Day
  • Valentine’s Day
  • St. Patrick’s Day
  • June 18th: Southwest’s Birthday
  • Father’s Day
  • July 4th: Independence Day
  • September 20 Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Credit Card’s 20th Anniversary
  • Halloween
  • Thanksgiving

Free Drink Southwest Tomorrow!

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Bottom Line

Flying Southwest tomorrow? You are in luck! Enjoy a free, stiff drink complements of Southwest (21 and up.) Enjoy!

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  1. That being the 4th of July I thought I was getting free drink on the Southwest flight 235. But the flight attendant rudely said not on this flight. Yours Wayne Grether.

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