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Southwest reservations

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I am looking to book some "cheap" flights for my sister's family for a trip to Orlando. Problem is, I need this for April- top dollar time. It is already too late for the major airlines- $500-600pp x4. :(

So right now Southwest is running their bookings to early March. How often do these date extend?? My question is, are the rates for one way trips the same times 2 for a round trip, they appear so to me from looking??

So am I better off booking them 2 one way trips so to take advantage of the lowest fares I can get when they get up to the date I need. I am afraid, that if I wait until the return date comes up (if they don't add by the week etc??) the cheap seats will be all gone.

Is this line of thinking correct for the cheapest bookings?? Thanks for all the help.

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