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Earn a Southwest Companion Pass with Just One Credit Card Signup!

Chase and Southwest have teamed up for what may be one of the top offers of the year. We wrote about the Companion Pass back in December, but this is the first time it has ever been possible to get this deal with a single, personal rewards card. No need to apply for multiple cards, open a business card, or hit a 110,000 points. The Companion Pass comes with the welcome bonus.

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Chase Adds Restrictions to Southwest Consumer Cards

Chase has added eligibility restrictions to the consumer versions of its Southwest Credit Cards. The new eligibility criteria affect the Southwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Credit Card, and the Southwest Rapid Rewards® Premier Credit Card. The change may make getting the Southwest Companion Pass a little more difficult going forward.

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What Points Qualify for Southwest Companion Pass?

The Southwest Companion Pass is considered to be the holy grail of award travel — Unlimited buy one get one free on Southwest for a year! However, not all of the points you earn will qualify you for the Companion Pass. Study up, as we cover what does and does not help you qualify for the Companion Pass.

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Southwest Inflight Wi-Fi Upgrade in 2017

Today, travelers demand’s from airlines are ever increasing, and in today’s modern hyper-connected world, internet access is arguably the single thing people miss the most when on board an aircraft. As with most things in the aviation industry, on board connectivity…

When Should You Transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards to Southwest?

Southwest Airlines’ Rapid Rewards program a transfer partner of Chase Ultimate Rewards. If you’ve got an Ultimate Rewards-earning credit card such as the Chase Sapphire Preferred® Card, Chase Sapphire Reserve® or the Ink Plus® Business Credit Card, points earned with these cards can be transferred to Rapid Rewards at a ratio of 1:1 in 1,000-point increments. Not all redemption opportunities are created equal; check out our analysis on where we think you should try to target your redemption value.