Double Points on Southwest

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In addition to the US Airways double miles offer, you can also earn double points on Southwest.

You can earn double points on Southwest from now through November 15, 2012:

  • 24 points per dollar spent (vs normal 12 points per dollar) on Business Select® Fares
  • 20 points per dollar spent (vs normal 10 points per dollar) on Anytime Fares
  • 12 points per dollar spent (vs normal 6 points per dollar) on Wanna Get Away?® Fares

Double points on Southwest are only valid for new reservations.

Registration prior to travel is required.

3 Easy Steps to Earn Double Points on Southwest:

Summary of the fine print:

Registration between September 13 – November 15, 2012 and prior to travel is required.  Double points on Southwest promotion is only valid for new reservations.  Flights must be booked between September 13 – November 15, 2012 with travel completed between September 13 – November 15, 2012 on published Southwest airlines flights.  You must provide your Rapid Rewards account number at the time of booking.  Rapid Rewards points are calculated on base fare and excise tax.  Bonus points will not count toward A-List, A-List Preferred qualification, or  Companion Pass qualification.  Double points will only be awarded on tickets: vacation packages, special offers and other discounted fares will not earn double points.  Double points will be awarded four days after travel has been completed.   Itinerary changes may disqualify you for double points.

Register for the double points on Southwest promotion and read the fine print in its entirety.

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Debra Schroeder

Debra is a former 12-year travel industry executive and has traveled the world using airline miles and credit card points since 1994. She'll teach you the secrets of traveling well for less.

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