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I've been flying Southwest for many years now- I'm 95% positive there is no expiration date or value degradation. Their only potential 'catch' over the years is that you have to remain personally responsible for keeping track/record of your codes/cards so that you can apply them when you purchase tickets. You can't just apply the gift code to any such 'southwest account balance' and then forget about it- you have to apply the code at the time of purchasing tickets. So if enough time passes, there is a risk of forgetting about a gift card/code you may have when purchasing tickets in the future or risk of misplacing/being unable to find the code where you put saved it/keep your gift cards~ essentially they write on the gift card/code "treat this like cash", if you lose it, you're out of luck. Hope that helps.

P.S. I'd recommend creating an excel/google spreadsheet with your codes & values to save on your computer/online

P.S.S. As another commenter has mentioned, if you do end up cancelling a flight, that cancelled flight's credit will expire in 1 year from the ticket purchase date.
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Thanks for posting. Easy way to save 10% on a SWA flight.
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Thanks!
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Thanks! Got 2!
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Is there an expiration on the card itself or any yearly fees that would diminish it?
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Got two. Thanks!
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Just got two. Thanks!
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Is there an expiration on the card itself or any yearly fees that would diminish it?
I've been flying Southwest for many years now- I'm 95% positive there is no expiration date or value degradation. Their only potential 'catch' over the years is that you have to remain personally responsible for keeping track/record of your codes/cards so that you can apply them when you purchase tickets. You can't just apply the gift code to any such 'southwest account balance' and then forget about it- you have to apply the code at the time of purchasing tickets. So if enough time passes, there is a risk of forgetting about a gift card/code you may have when purchasing tickets in the future or risk of misplacing/being unable to find the code where you put saved it/keep your gift cards~ essentially they write on the gift card/code "treat this like cash", if you lose it, you're out of luck. Hope that helps.

P.S. I'd recommend creating an excel/google spreadsheet with your codes & values to save on your computer/online

P.S.S. As another commenter has mentioned, if you do end up cancelling a flight, that cancelled flight's credit will expire in 1 year from the ticket purchase date.
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Southwest is my favorite! Not only do 2 bags fly FREE....next year they fly to Hawaii!
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Got 3, just in time to book my tickets. Sweet deal
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Is there an expiration on the card itself or any yearly fees that would diminish it?
No and no... It's like cash only for southwest.
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Is there an expiration on the card itself or any yearly fees that would diminish it?
Not exactly it, but say you use it and end up cancelling the flight, the funds wipl expire one year after you first use them. Say you book now for august and you end up cancelling (we did like that last year because of harvey)and now the fund expire a year from now, so if tou have kids in school, it gets hard because their last big vacation is august, so now you have to use them in Thanksgiving week or winter break...i had to book for spring break since my funds would have expired in june, when I booked my last vacation, not a year from the originally planned vacation...that sucks and not worh the small savings
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Southwest is my favorite! Not only do 2 bags fly FREE....next year they fly to Hawaii!
Nice,when do they start?
Bigger planes?
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I've been flying Southwest for many years now- I'm 95% positive there is no expiration date or value degradation. Their only potential 'catch' over the years is that you have to remain personally responsible for keeping track/record of your codes/cards so that you can apply them when you purchase tickets. You can't just apply the gift code to any such 'southwest account balance' and then forget about it- you have to apply the code at the time of purchasing tickets. So if enough time passes, there is a risk of forgetting about a gift card/code you may have when purchasing tickets in the future or risk of misplacing/being unable to find the code where you put saved it/keep your gift cards~ essentially they write on the gift card/code "treat this like cash", if you lose it, you're out of luck. Hope that helps.

P.S. I'd recommend creating an excel/google spreadsheet with your codes & values to save on your computer/online
Thank you for the detail info. Do they allow partial payment by gift card / partial by regular,card to ensure the balance is zeroed out?
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