Southwest Airlines has teamed up with Uplift to offer interest-free payment plans on the carrier’s flights— including those to Hawaii. The ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ option is valid on tickets as low as $49 one-way and trips through August 31.

This means you can take a flight as soon as tomorrow and choose to pay later— in either three or six-month installments— with no late fees or penalties.

“We are thrilled to expand our growing partnership with one of America’s most beloved airlines offering customers a budget-friendly way to experience the aloha spirit of the Hawaiian Islands,” said Tom Botts, Chief Commercial Officer of Uplift in a press release.

“Since the launch of our partnership in April 2021, we continue to see strong growth and customer adoption of Uplift’s easy payment options. This incredible offer of interest-free installments makes a Hawaiian vacation a reality for travelers who already enjoy Southwest’s friendly hospitality and low-cost fares, and new customers as well.”

Southwest currently has routes to the beautiful Hawaiian islands of Honolulu, Hilo, Maui, Kona, and Lihue; with nonstop service from cities across the continental U.S. like as Las Vegas, Long Beach, Sacramento, Los Angeles , Oakland, Phoenix, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Jose.

“We know there is a strong travel demand to Hawaii and are excited to fly our customers to the Aloha State,” Jonathan Clarkson, Southwest Airlines Vice President of Loyalty, Partnerships, and Products said in a statement.

Visitors and returning residents currently traveling to Hawaii are required to be at least 14 days past their first round of vaccine shots. Those who aren’t fully vaccinated must provide proof of a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test, or you must quarantine for five days.

For more information on this partnership, terms of the ‘buy now, pay later’ plan, and to book, you can visit