These Free Money Friday offers keep getting better and better!
Just last week, we covered the latest signup bonus offer from Southwest; this week they increased their bonus offer to match the current $500/50,000 point offers from Citi and Chase!
Both travelers & non-travelers can benefit from the new Southwest sign up offer in the form of $500 or 2 free flights.
How to Get Your Bonus Points
Open a Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Card.
Make your first purchase.
After 6-8 weeks, 50,000 bonus points will post to your Rapid Rewards account!
Redeem your points for 2 free roundtrip flights on Southwest OR $500 in gift cards.
Chase Terms and Conditions
Annual fee: $99
Travel is subject to the government-imposed September 11th Security Fee of up to $10 per roundtrip.
A Free Flight is based on 2 one-way $208 Wanna Get Away Fares (24,960 Rapid Rewards Points) roundtrip.
Rapid Rewards points can be redeemed for Wanna Get Away fares at a rate of 60 points for each $1 of fare price.
More on Southwest
Flexibility. Your bonus points don’t expire, there are no blackout dates & there are unlimited reward seats! Plus, you can use the points for a few one-way trips if you don’t need a roundtrip flight.
Earning Points. With the Southwest card , earn 2 points for each $1 made with Southwest, including gift cards, vacation packages & their partners (hotel & rental cars). Earn 1 point per $1 everywhere else.
Gift Cards. You can also redeem your points for gift cards at places like Amazon.com, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, Walmart, Hyatt & Marriott…$500 could go a long way at any of these places!
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