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Can Credit Cards Points Earn the Southwest Companion Pass?

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Southwest Cards Offering 75,000 Points -

Thursday 9th of January 2020

[…] Normally this high of a bonus is offered towards the end of the year. Because you can get this bonus at the beginning of the year, you can fly free for two years! Because the signup bonus from the Southwest credit cards count towards earning the Southwest Companion Pass. […]

Tami

Thursday 28th of July 2016

I am totally confused. Aren't enrollment points and sign-up bonus points the same thing? Was Amy wrong, then? You lost me in your explanation of how you actually could use the bonus points to qualify for the companion pass. A little more explanation of how the companion pass works would also be helpful here. Two years of free travel? Why? So do you apply for both credit cards from Southwest to get close to the 110,000 points needed? You will still need to spend $4000 on something to qualify and also pay annual card fees on both cards, right? I just have tons of questions!

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