Southwest drinks and snacks are served on flights 176 miles or more, passengers can enjoy a variety of snack and non-alcoholic drink offerings. For flights covering 175 miles or less, only water will be available. This includes flights such as Austin to/from Houston (Hobby), Atlanta to/from Greenville-Spartanburg, Baltimore/Washington (BWI) to/from Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Honolulu (Oahu) to/from Kona (Island of Hawaii), and Las Vegas to/from Palm Springs, CA, among others.
What snacks are served on Southwest?
Complimentary snacks are offered to passengers with even more options available when flying between Hawaii and the continental U.S. These include items such as pretzels and crackers.
Southwest Airlines does not offer snacks for sale onboard, so if you anticipate getting hungry during your flight, it’s a good idea to bring your own food with you.
What drinks are free on Southwest?
Water | tonic water | Coca-Cola | Diet Coke | cranberry cocktail | Coca-Cola Zero Sugar | apple juice | orange juice | Sprite | Bloody Mary mix | Dr. Pepper | Community Coffee (regular and decaf) | AHA Sparkling Water | Community Tea | ginger ale | hot chocolate | seltzer water.
What drinks are paid for on Southwest?
Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase:
Spirits ($7 each)
Deep Eddy Vodka | Deep Eddy Lime Vodka | Jack Daniel’s Whiskey | Wild Turkey Bourbon Whiskey | Cazadores Tequila | Bacardi Rum | Kula Toasted Coconut Rum** (Hawaii service only).
Wine ($6 each)
Cruset Brut Sparkling Wine | Carmenet Cabernet Sauvignon | Mossel Bay Chenin Blanc Chardonnay | Stone Cellars California Rosé.
Beer ($6-7 each)
Miller Lite | Lagunitas IPA | Kona Brewing Big Wave Golden Ale (Hawaii service only).
How to Pay
Accepted payment methods include American Express, Discover Card, MasterCard, Visa, Apple Pay, and Google Pay Cash is not accepted onboard.