100 Free Southwest Points – Southwest Chief Reward Officer Week 4

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100 Free Southwest Points – Southwest Chief Reward Officer Week 4

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Southwest is offering 100 free points a week for 6 weeks (total of 600 points or ~$10 value) for answering 5 questions online via their Chief Reward Officer promotion.

If you don’t have a Southwest airline account, you can sign up for one and get 750 points if you agree to receive Southwest email for 3 months.

Tip: If you haven’t completed week 1 or 2 as yet, you can still click on “week 1″   “week 2” or “week 3” and answer 2 questions from each week for 40 points each!

Here are the answers for week 1, week 2, & week 3.

Week 4 answers are:

Q1.  All of the above

Q2.  You already planned on making

Q3.  True

Q4.  Restaurants

Q5.  Check the photo on Mommy Points for the items to click.

(Hat Tip to Mommy Points!)

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Heh, if I could do all 30 questions at once instead of spread over 6 weeks I might argue $10 was worth it. Then again, I did answer quite a few questions for a single e-miles usairways hit. My lack of enthusiasm with this southwest probably has more to do with how many more points I’d need to accumulate on southwest before I’d get any value from them. The 50K point signup bonus for the southwest credit card holds little appeal to me – I’d rather save my chase application for 50K UR points that are worth 2-3 more than southwest points.

I like how you put it… $10 value. In my younger days I would have driven 30 minutes out of my way to save $10. For some reason I just couldn’t be bothered in weeks 2 and 3, or sign in/out and do it for another 2 accounts.

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@Hiker T – I’ve done a lot of things to save money, which I no longer do. I wonder if I’m becoming lazy or if I just value my time differently. Probably a bit of both!

I found it weird when doing week 3 just now that it only let me answer two questions for 40 points. I guess it’s just the way it is though. Gotta stay on top of things.

The answer to Q1 of Week 4 is “All of the above” and not “true”.

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@Steve – I’ve edited it to make it clear.

@Ken – Thanks! I’ve fixed it.

Thanks! I am not sure why I didn’t sign up for this earlier, but I didn’t.

I signed up for it today. For weeks 1-3, I was able to answer 2 questions per week (40 points per week) for a total of 120 points.

I didn’t get this

“Tip: If you haven’t completed week 1 or 2 as yet, you can still click on “week 1″ “week 2” or “week 3″ and answer 2 questions from each week for 80 points!”