Accelerate Your Way To Southwest A-List & A-List Preferred Status
Southwest Airlines has launched new promotions for its Rapid Rewards members, making it easier to earn tier status through 2023. Starting today, Rapid Rewards Members have more opportunities to accelerate their way to the highly coveted A-List or A-List Preferred tier status.
These offers were showing in customer accounts over the last few days, but now the offers have officially launched for everyone. Let’s see the details of the three promotions available.
Earn Double Tier Qualifying Points
Southwest Rapid Rewards Members who register for this promotion, purchase Southwest qualifying flights, and travel through May 31, 2023, can earn double tier qualifying points toward A-List or A-List Preferred tier status for 2023.
Reward Travel Counts
Every flight purchased with Rapid Rewards points counts as one flight credit toward tier status, and 10% of points redeemed count as tier qualifying points for use on any flights when Customers register for this promotion, purchase Southwest qualifying flights, and travel through May 31, 2023.
Earn with Southwest Rapid Rewards Cards
Rapid Rewards Credit Cardmembers who register for this promotion can earn their way to tier status faster with credit card spending. Now through May 31, 2023, for every $5,000 in purchases Cardmembers make with their Rapid Rewards Priority, Premier, and Plus Consumer Credit Cards, as well as Premier, Plus, and Performance Business Credit Cards from Chase, they can earn 3,000 tier qualifying points. These tier qualifying points are in addition to current tier qualifying points that Cardmembers already earn as Cardmembers.
Southwest stranded tens of thousands of customers during the holiday season. The immediate response left many customers angry. But since then the airline has been trying to make amends with similar promotions to earn more points and now elite status.
If you fly Southwest often, A-List status can come in handy for some extra perks that will make your journey a bit more comfortable.
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