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Double Points And Double Tier Qualifying Points Southwest

Southwest is offering Double Points and Double Tier Qualifying Points on Southwest flights between February 14 – May 15, 2013.
 

3 Easy Steps To Double Points And Double Tier Qualifying Tier Points:

  1. Register for the Double Points and Double Tier Qualifying Points promotion*
  2. Book your Southwest flight on Southwest.com or swabiz.com
  3. Fly on Southwest from February 14 – May 15, 2013

*For the Milwaukee Double Tier Qualifying Points promotion, your flight must originate or terminate in Milwaukee.

Nationwide Double Points Promotion

Earn double points on every Southwest flight now through May 15, 2013.

You’ll earn:

  • 24 points (standard 12 points x 2) per $1 spent on Business Select® Fares
  • 20 points (10 points x 2) per $1 spent on Anytime Fares
  • 12 points (6 points x 2)) per $1 spent on Wanna Get Away?® Fares.

Double Tier Qualifying Points Promotion – Milwaukee 

You can earn double tier qualifying points on every Southwest flight beginning or ending in Milwaukee.

With the double tier qualifying points promotion you’ll get to A-List (or A-List Preferred) faster.

Summary of the fine print:

  • Registration prior to travel is required
  • Rapid Rewards account number must be added at the time of booking
  • Only flights booked on Southwest.com or swabiz.com will receive double points and double tier qualifying points
  • Valid on new reservations only
  • Travel validity period is February 4 – May 15, 2013
  • Rapid Rewards points are calculated using base fare and excise tax.
  • Member will receive 12 bonus points and 12 bonus Tier Qualifying Points per $1 spent on Business Select Fares, 10 bonus points and 10 bonus Tier Qualifying Points per $1 spent on Anytime Fares, and 6 bonus points and 6 bonus Tier Qualifying Points per $1 spent on Wanna Get Away? Fares
  • Bonus points are in addition to the standard flight points earned through Rapid Rewards
  • Bonus points count toward A-List and A-List Preferred qualification
  • Bonus points do not count toward Companion Pass qualification
  • Bonus Points will post within four days of completion of entire ticket
  • Award, Companion Pass, Southwest Vacation Packages, Jackpot Deals®, and reward travel do not qualify for this promotion
  • Itinerary changes after purchase may eliminate promotion qualification

Remember to register for the Double Points and Double Tier Qualifying Points promotion.

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