Southwest Airlines raises drink prices

Non-alcoholic drinks are still free

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Get ready to pay more for alcohol when traveling with Southwest Airlines. Drinks now cost customers $1 to $2 more.

Passengers can enjoy a glass of wine or beer for $6, while premium beer and alcohol costs $7. 

The airlines says alcohol prices haven't been increased in years, stating the last time the company knocked up prices was in 2009.

Passengers can still enjoy non-alcoholic beverages for free.

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