Short a few points to earn your Southwest Companion Pass? You can earn 1,000 bonus Southwest points.
You’ll get 1,000 bonus points when you spend $1,000 at restaurants, drugstores, and home improvement stores through October 31, 2021.
These are extra points in addition to the 3X points on dining you earn with your Southwest credit cards.
Registration is required. So check your email for the subject line “(your name), earn 1,000 bonus points easy.” Or sign in to your Southwest account and check your offers.
You don’t have to spend $1,000 on one purchase. You can make multiple purchases. Nor do you have to only spend in one category.
As long as your total combined spending on the selected categories total $1,000 you’ll earn 1,000 points.
Bonus points will count towards earning your Southwest Companion Pass. But will not count towards A-List or A-List Preferred status. Points will post up to 8 weeks after the promotion has ended.
The maximum bonus points you’ll earn is 1,000 points and is limited to one Southwest Rapid Rewards account. This is offer is not available on Southwest business cards.
How to Maximize This Offer
You can maximize this offer and double-dip to earn additional points.
Register your Southwest card with the airline dining program of your choice and you’ll earn up to 5x points per $1 spent at restaurants.
This is a one-time bonus offer and is limited to 1,000 points per Southwest account.
If you’re spending at restaurants, remember to double dip and use the airline dining program.
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