Need some quick Southwest points? Here’s how you can get 6,000 Southwest points in 10 seconds or less.
Who doesn’t luv Southwest Airlines? With their playful ads, fun flight attendants (most of those funny airline safety videos are from Southwest), and a Companion Pass that gets you two years of free flights!
Check your email to see if you were sent a targeted offer of 6,000 Southwest points. Like the 3x miles on American Airlines offer, I wasn’t targeted but you might be.
6,000 Southwest Points in 10 Seconds or Less
You can get 6,000 points if you join Southwest’s email list by September 30, 2018.
To get the points you have to stay subscribed for 6 months. If you unsubscribe after 3 months, you’ll only get 3,000 points.
This promotion is only available to those who were targeted for the offer. And it only comes around every now and then so if you were sent the email, it’s worth jumping on the offer.
Pro-tip: Southwest credit card members were targeted.
While it only takes about 10 seconds or less to join the free email list, points take 8 weeks to post.
Pro-tip: Make sure you one email every 60 days and keep your Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Credit Card or you won’t get the points.
Weren’t targeted for the offer? Looking for easy ways to earn Southwest points? Read our ultimate guide on how to earn Southwest points without flying.
Check your email because you might have been targeted to get 6,000 Southwest points.
To get the points, you have to join Southwest’s mailing list by September 30, 2018.
You have to stay subscribed for 6 months, open one email every 60 days and maintain your Southwest credit card.
Not everyone will get this email, it’s targeted to people who have the Southwest credit card.
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