Southwest 50,000 Point Card Still Available!

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Southwest 50,000 Point Card Still Available!

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Update:   This offer is no longer available.  Check our Hot Deals for the latest offers. 

Thanks to Million Mile Secrets readers for letting me know that the Chase Southwest 50,000 point sign-up offer is still available!  We don’t earn a commission on it, but it is the best offer right now!

Southwest 50,000 Point Card Still Available!
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Chase Southwest Premier 50,000 Point Bonus

Link:   Chase Southwest Premier 50,000 Points

I wrote earlier that the Southwest 50,000 point bonus was ending, but suspected there might still be at least 1 card with the 50,000 point sign-up bonus available.  If you click on the link and scroll down, you’ll find a link to the Southwest Premier business card as well!  I’ve updated the Hot Deals tab as well with this offer.

This Chase Southwest Premier card gives you:

  • 50,000 Southwest points after you spend $2,000 in the 1st 3 months
  • 2 points per $1 you spend on Southwest and AirTran
  • 2 points per $1 you spend on Southwest hotel and car rental partners
  • 1 point per $1 you spend on regular purchases
  • 6,000 points every year on your card anniversary
  • No foreign currency fees
  • $99 annual fee NOT waived for the 1st year

You could use 50,000 points for ~$710 in Southwest flights.  And if you have the Companion Pass, you can fly your partner with you for just the $2.50 security fee and double the value of the points!

Southwest 50,000 Point Card Still Available!
Emily and I in Las Vegas, Thanks to the Southwest Companion Pass

I’m not sure how long this link will work, so if you’re thinking of applying you should probably do it sooner rather than later.

That said, every few months Chase usually brings back the 50,000 point bonus on all 4 versions of the Southwest cards.  So if you miss it this time, don’t worry!

Bottom Line

The 50,000 bonus point offer on the Chase Southwest Premier card is still available!  But I haven’t seen the Plus version of the card offer 50,000 points recently.

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I got the premiere card back in April and spent the $2000 required to get the 50,000 points and have never received them. I’ve called on multiple occasions and have been told that they’ll show up on the next billing cycle. I got a hold of Chase today and they said I should have never been offered that promotion and now Southwest is saying the same thing. Has anyone else had this happen???

I have an offer from Southwest for the Plus Credit Card. You will get 50000 bonus points. The annual fee is $69.00. There is no blackout dates and you can use the points for other peoples flights if you want. This offer is good till Sept 30, 2014. Please email me at and I will email you the offer. 50k is good for two round trip tickets to most places.

It’s back… both for the personal card.

I received an invitation offer from Southwest airlines credit card for the PREMIER card. You get 50,000 bonus Miles for $2000 spent in first three months. The annual fee is $99. If you are interested, I will email the details

I think this offer is dead.

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