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How to score up to 50% off Southwest flights out of Nashville

This Southwest Airlines deal is flying away soon — on Thursday, June 13, to be exact. Here’s what to know if you want to book a flight out of Music City.

A blue, yellow, and red Southwest Airlines plane awaiting departure with the Nashville skyline in the background.

A view of Nashville’s skyline will be waiting for you upon your return. | Photo by Larry McCormack via Nashville International Airport

If you’re in planning mode for a late summer or fall vacation, fasten your seatbelts and turn your attention to Southwest Airlines’ annual birthday sale.

Wanna Get Away Week deals run through tomorrow, June 13 and offer up to 50% on select flights out of Nashville from Tuesday, Aug. 6 to Wednesday, Dec. 18. Psst — be sure to use the promo code “BDAY.”

Find a flight via the airline’s website or check out our roundup of popular nonstop flights from Nashville International Airport. If you’re looking for even more inspiration, browse the complete list of ~60 nonstop flights offered by Southwest.

Pro tip: While you plan your vacation, use our airport guide for navigation tips and our favorite travel essentials.

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