Recent literature in self-supervised has demonstrated significant progress in closing the gap between supervised and unsupervised methods in the image and text domains. These methods rely on domain-specific augmentations that are not directly amenable to the tabular domain. Instead, we introduce Contrastive Mixup, a semi-supervised learning framework for tabular data and demonstrate its effectiveness in limited annotated data settings. Our proposed method leverages Mixup-based augmentation under the manifold assumption by mapping samples to a low dimensional latent space and encourage interpolated samples to have high a similarity within the same labeled class. Unlabeled samples are additionally employed via a transductive label propagation method to further enrich the set of similar and dissimilar pairs that can be used in the contrastive loss term. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed framework on public tabular datasets and real-world clinical datasets.