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Yesterday I mentioned Southwest was adding a few new promotions but the details were not fully loaded yet. Today the details are up including an extension of the nationwide double points offer!
There are currently 5 Southwest promotions running. Here are the details of each.
1. Nationwide Double Points and Double Tier Qualifying Points Promotion
You will earn double points and double Tier Qualifying Points when you book any of your flights through Southwest Airlines® and complete your travel by June 15, 2013!
2. Atlanta Double Points MAY2013
Earn double points on every one-way flight you book through Southwest Airlines® for travel into or out of Atlanta between June 16, 2013 and July 25, 2013!
3. Wichita Double Points MAY2013
Earn double points on every one-way flight you book through Southwest Airlines® for travel into or out of Wichita between June 16, 2013 and July 25, 2013!
4. Select Routes Double Points MAY2013
Earn double points between Houston Hobby and any of our three Boston-area destinations* or between Houston Hobby and New York (LaGuardia)! Complete your flights between June 16, 2013 and August 31, 2013.
5. 1000 Bonus Points on Select Cities Mar2013
Earn 1,000 Rapid Rewards® Bonus Points on every one-way flight you book through Southwest Airlines to any of these five new destinations:Charlotte, Flint, Portland (Maine), Rochester, and San Juan Complete by August 1, 2013.
The bottom line
Clearly there are lots of opportunities to stack these promotions especially for A-List Preferred flyers add another double base points to their earning. I hear Wichita is nice this time of year.
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