Southwest Rapid Rewards Credit Card 60,000 points limited-time offers for all 3 cards!

Posted on August 29, 2017 by in Southwest Rapid Rewards

Southwest Rapid Rewards Credit Card

What’s the deal with the Southwest Rapid Rewards Credit Card?

You can now earn 60,000 Rapid Rewards when you spend just $2,000 on purchases in the first 3 months with a Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card. You can also earn 60,000 Rapid Rewards in 3 months when you spend the same amount with the Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Card and when you spend $3,000 with the Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Business Credit Card.

All these cards give you 2 points per dollar spent on Southwest purchases and Rapid Rewards Hotel and Car Rental Partner purchases and 1 point per dollar spent on all other purchases. The Plus card gives you 3,000 bonus points after your cardmember anniversary and has a $69 annual fee, while the two Premier cards each give you 6,000 bonus points and no foreign transaction fees on purchases made abroad and have an annual fee of $99.

We’ve posted about these Southwest Airlines cards before when we thought that 50,000 points was a huge bonus, so 60,000 points is a big deal. With just two of these cards at the new 60,000 bonus, you’ll now have enough points for the awesome free Companion Pass, which lets you fly with a friend or family member for free, free of carrier charges, even on award tickets. You just have to pay the taxes and fees, which start from $5.60 one-way.

How do I get the Southwest Rapid Rewards Credit Card deal?

Apply for the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card here asap with this limited-time offer.

You can apply for the Premier personal card here or the Premier business card here.

What else do I need to know about the Southwest Rapid Rewards Credit Card deal?

We’ve championed Southwest Airlines before now, as there’s no blackout dates or seat restrictions when you redeem with points, your bags fly free and there are no change fees.

Chase is generous about repeat bonuses. If you’ve had one of these cards in the past, you can still get this new bonus offer, as long as you have not received a new cardmember bonus for the product in the past two years. However, don’t forget about the Chase 5/24 rule.