Southwest Credit Cards Launch $750 Bonus Offer

Earn 50,000 Rapid Rewards points with a Chase Southwest credit card.

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Chase Southwest credit cards are some of the latest rewards cards to offer enticing bonuses for new cardholders. For a limited time, get a Southwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Credit Card and earn 50,000 Rapid Rewards Points after spending $1,000 in purchases in your first three months. That's a value of $750 when redeemed for travel. 


Southwest Rapid Rewards® Priority Credit Card

This card from Chase Bank charges an annual fee that’s higher than some competitors. But frequent fliers on Southwest Airlines should be able to offset the fee with the card’s $75 yearly credit for Southwest purchases and its 7,500 Rapid Rewards points bonus (worth about $112) on each account anniversary. 

Southwest flights aren't limited to U.S. destinations; you can save your travel rewards for flights to Costa Rica, Aruba, Mexico and other getaways south of the U.S. border. Plus, points don't expire, and there are no blackout dates. 

The card has a great intro offer. Earn 50,000 bonus points after spending $1,000 on purchases in the first three months from account opening. According to Bankrate, one Southwest Rapid Rewards mile is worth about 1.5 cents. So the bonus miles are worth up to $750 when redeemed for travel. 

These intro offers are specific to the link provided here and may have a different expiration date on other websites

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Ellen Kennedy
Personal Finance Editor,

Ellen writes and edits personal finance stories, especially on credit cards and related products. She also covers the nexus between sustainability and personal finance. She was a manager and sustainability analyst at Calvert Investments for 15 years, focusing on climate change and consumer staples. She served on the sustainability councils of several Fortune 500 companies and led corporate engagements. Before joining Calvert, Ellen was a program officer for Winrock International, managing loans to alternative energy projects in Latin America. She earned a master’s from the U.C. Berkeley in international relations and Latin America.