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Last week I told you how to get increased 50,000 point offers for the Chase Southwest personal credit cards by using referral links from friends.
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Public Link for Chase Southwest Premier Personal Card
There is now a public link for the increased 50,000 Southwest point sign-up bonus with the Chase Southwest Premier card!
You’ll earn 50,000 Southwest points after spending $2,000 in the first 3 months of account opening. The card also comes with:
- 2 Southwest points per $1 on Southwest purchases
- 1 Southwest point per $1 on everything else
- 6,000 Southwest points after your cardmember anniversary
- $99 annual fee, NOT waived the first year
Note: You might also be able to get a 50,000 Southwest point bonus offer on the Chase Southwest Plus card through this link (it may be targeted).
Now is a great time to earn the best deal in travel, the Southwest Companion Pass! That’s because you can use the Companion Pass during the year you earned it, as well as the entire following year. So the earlier in the year you earn the pass, the longer you’ll have to use it!
You need to earn 110,000 Southwest points within a calendar year to earn the Companion Pass. So by earning the bonus on the Chase Southwest Premier Small Business card (which currently comes with 60,000 Southwest points after meeting minimum spending requirements) and the Chase Southwest Premier personal card, you’ll earn enough Southwest points to qualify for the Southwest Companion Pass (50,000 points + 60,000 points = 110,000 Southwest points)!
Just remember, before you apply for a Southwest credit card, make sure you know the Chase application rules. If you’ve opened 5+ cards from any bank (NOT counting Chase business cards and these other business cards) in the past 24 months, it’s unlikely you’ll be approved for any of the Chase Southwest cards.
Note: Chase small business cards will NOT appear on your personal credit report. So they do NOT count towards your “5/24” limit! So if you’re under the “5/24” rule, I suggest applying for the Chase Southwest Premier Business card before applying for a personal card.
This makes earning the coveted Southwest Companion Pass even easier. Because if you open the Chase Southwest Premier personal card and the Chase Southwest Premier Business card, you’ll have enough points to qualify for the Companion Pass after meeting both cards’ minimum spending requirements!
Emily and I don’t earn a commission when you open the Chase Southwest cards through these links, but we’ll always tell you about the best deals!