Don’t Miss Out on Your Free 6,000 Southwest Points!

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This is a quick reminder that you have until end of day today to opt into receiving Southwest Rapid Rewards Email Updates to earn 6,000 Southwest points! Unfortunately though, this is a targeted offer so you’ll have to sign into your Southwest account to see if you are eligible. In my family, two accounts were eligible and two were not. The 6,000 Southwest points is worth about $90 in Southwest travel! In all my years writing this blog, this might be the quickest and easiest way to earn points, not to mention it is absolutely free! All you have to do register for the emails by September 30, 2018 – TODAY. a screenshot of a card

To enroll in the reports, go to the promotions page within your Southwest Rapid Rewards account to see if you see any promotions available to you. If you see the above promotion, you’ll want to sign up for the Rapid Rewards Email Updates here and then register for the promotion in your account.

You’ll then earn 3,000 bonus Southwest Rapid Reward points after receiving the Southwest emails for three months and then another 3,000 points after receiving the emails for an additional three months – six months in total. You also must also open one email every 60 days to receive the points. You’ll then receive the points within 8 weeks after the 3 and 6 month mark. This will definitely take some time to earn the points, so I wouldn’t bank on the points to use for a free trip right away, but definitely a nice surprise bonus that will eventually be added to your account. The terms also state you must have an open Southwest credit card. I am assuming only Southwest credit card holders are eligible (although not all Southwest credit card holders were targeted), but if you cancel their credit card I assume you’ll no longer be eligible for the bonus points – but not sure.

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