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70000 Point Southwest Business Card - Invitation?

tomdc 1,599 1,134 June 29, 2016 at 05:00 PM in Credit Cards (4)
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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes June 29, 2016 at 05:43 PM
Highest bonus I've ever seen. Odd in that this person does not have any business of any kind.

The invitation starts with 49441058 followed by four more numbers and the telephone number for the offer is 888-589-5039. The Offer Code is 1CM. The web site for the offer is www.RapidRewardsBizCard.com and since it's a biz card the name is blank and the address can be changed. The offer expires August 8, 2016, there's a $3000 spend in 3 months required, there's an annual 6000 mile renewal bonus, and there's a $99 annual fee.

I haven't tried it myself as I first have to check if I had this exact card within the past 24 months.

Again, it's the Southwest Premier Business card.
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#2
70K would be downright amazing. Easily the highest ever, and makes getting the companion pass that much easier to get.
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Will promotional 70k points consider towards 100k points for companion pass ?
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Quote from chandutns View Post :
Will promotional 70k points consider towards 100k points for companion pass ?
Yes and you need 110k for CP
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#5
I already applied premier for 50k, i think no way to reach 110k before December, today my wife got email for 50k +$100 statement credit.. I lost (:
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#6
Just put in 4 random numbers and a application came up with a random address but i dont see the offer anywhere where it discusses the bonus.
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#7
i tried many random combinations but did not get any offer lol
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How do I know if the combination I put through (and it pulled up a application) has this offer? It doesn't say anywhere about the 70k.
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Quote from netzih View Post :
How do I know if the combination I put through (and it pulled up a application) has this offer? It doesn't say anywhere about the 70k.
I get the same thing. I entered random numbers until the application page came up, but nowhere on it does it say anything about how many points I would earn or spend requirements, etc.
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#10
Are there people who genuinely like Southwest if not for the credit card offers and Companion Pass?

it's literally a cesspool of fat people and irresponsible parents and their brats (as if we don't already have enough of those on cattle class already)
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Are there people who genuinely like Southwest if not for the credit card offers and Companion Pass?

it's literally a cesspool of fat people and irresponsible parents and their brats (as if we don't already have enough of those on cattle class already)
I flew southwest once and had a great experience. I dare say better than with the big 3.
Flying then again tonight. Let's see how that goes.
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Quote from msp3 View Post :
Are there people who genuinely like Southwest if not for the credit card offers and Companion Pass?

it's literally a cesspool of fat people and irresponsible parents and their brats (as if we don't already have enough of those on cattle class already)
Wow. I prefer SW. I understand their business plan and don't fly to judge fellow travelers. We all have choices.
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Quote from msp3 View Post :
Are there people who genuinely like Southwest if not for the credit card offers and Companion Pass?

it's literally a cesspool of fat people and irresponsible parents and their brats (as if we don't already have enough of those on cattle class already)
I fly SW weekly and don't think so at all. To each his own.
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#14
No bonus shown anywhere on my offer either.
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#15
Those random numbers that you enter to get to the app lead to a page with someone else's address and zip code... no other info, but that sounds to me like using someone else's identity to obtain the deal...
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