Southwest 50,000 Bonus Point Offer Is Back

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The Southwest 50,000 Bonus Point offer is back. I haven’t seen it in a while. With it, potentially, comes the ability to take advantage of the “single best trick to travel domestically” in the United States.


Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Card

The Southwest Airlines® Rapid Rewards® Premier Credit Card is offering enough points for two round trip tickets.

Bottom Line

Southwest can be a lucrative program if you fly domestically. Have you had luck 50,000 bonus points posting towards the single best trick to travel domestically?

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  1. That is just great!! There is a SW plus card and you are not promoting it. Not only that, the Premier card link was available on Flyertalk for over 3 weeks now. You title should say affiliated Southwest 50,000 Bonus Point Offer Is Back.

  2. Peter, you nailed it. The Plus cards have lower annual fees, and have been around for A WHILE. In fact, I just got the plus cards last month!

    Sorry to be so critical of a usually good blog…

  3. @Robert/Zz – You can use SW points for international awards on most other carriers but the values are poor.

    @Peter S/MrAlexMoore – The Premier Card is a card you can hold onto as it provides 100 dollars in annual value for the 99 dollar fee. The Plus card provides 50 dollars in annual value while costing 69 so you are at a net loss each year. I hold a Premier personal and business card.

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