Southwest Promotions: 35K Bonus Points for Flying Within Hawaii Southwest Promotions: 35K Bonus Points for Flying Within Hawaii

Southwest Promotions: 35K Bonus Points for Flying Within Hawaii

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Southwest Airlines has offered multiple promotions this year. Booking periods for these offers have ended, but the travel periods for eligible flights are ongoing. Watch this page for new offers whenever they're released.

[Booking closed] Earn Double Rapid Rewards Points on Southwest Flights

promotion banner for earning double points on Southwest flights for a limited time

Here's a simple promotion: Book a flight by June 18 and fly by October 31, 2023 to get double points. These are calculated using base points from flights. That means you'll earn:

  • 24 points per dollar on Business Select fares.
  • 20x with Anytime fares.
  • 16x on Wanna Get Away Plus fares.
  • 12x on Wanna Get Away fares.

Terms and conditions:

[Booking closed] Save on Southwest Vacation Packages

If you're looking to book a vacation package with flights, hotels, and even a rental car all booked together, you can do that with a pair of promotions for Southwest Vacations, found here.

screenshot of Southwest vacations page mentioning promotions for discounts in June 2023

You can get a $100 instant discount if you book by June 19, 2023. The amount you save (advertised as “up to $500”) on packages will depend on your destination and length of stay. You must complete your travel by January 7, 2024, and you must book a minimum of one day before traveling.

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If you registered and booked your trips in time, you can continue to earn double points or receive discounts on your vacation packages. Once new Southwest Airlines promotions are available, we'll add them here.

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  • Did you get the dates right in this? This article was posted 30 minutes ago, but the dates say you must book by June 18 which was 6 days ago.

    • JT Genter says:

      Ah, there are a couple of promotions that have already closed that we included in this post for reference. The only promotion that’s currently available is the bonus points for flights within Hawaii – but we will continue to update this post as other promotions are added.

  • I tried to register for the 5X points today and it didn’t work call Southwest and they weren’t able to help me they couldn’t figure it out so try again in 48 hours anyone else seen this?

  • JIll Jenkins says:

    I seems very easy via promotions to earn a companion pass or get one extended (due to COVID extensions). There is little reward to those of us that earn the points each year to qualify.

  • I messaged southwest about having to use “your company travel program” they confirmed we can book directly on their website and still qualify.

  • Good offer, I’d of course go for the companion pass over the points

  • Flying 2 roundtrips will present more a challenge to more people nowadays.

  • So a transcon roundtrip with connections in both directions will qualify for the first promo?

    • Unfortunately not. A one-way is defined as a journey from an origin to a destination. I added this restriction from the terms and conditions to the post above for clarity: ” A qualifying one-way flight for this promotion is a one-way revenue flight on Southwest Airlines from an origin city to a destination city, including any intermediate stops and/or connections on Southwest Airlines.”

  • The 5K offer sounds intriguing. One RT from our local airport with a connection each way, would bring in an extra approximate $75 worth of points, in addition to the points gained from the actual flight, with the current low SW prices, could provide a return worth much of the cost of the trip!

  • I think I would go for the points, not much flying in my future.