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Select Chase Southwest Rapid Rewards Visa Cardholders: Get 7% back at Southwest; 5% back on gas, travel, grocery stores (Valid until 6/30/22, up to $1500 Total Purchases)

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After activating the offer, you will earn:
• 5 points total for each $1 spent in the travel, gas station, and grocery store categories.
• 7 points total for each $1 spent on purchases made directly with Southwest Airlines (including flight, inflight, Southwest gift card, and Southwest Vacations package purchases, and at participating Rapid Rewards hotel and rental car partners).

Up to $1,500 in total combined purchases from 04/01/2022 to 06/30/2022.

Please allow up to 8 weeks after qualifying purchases post to your account for points to post to your account.

https://www.chase.com/mybonus
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aznmaverick asked this question on 05-17-2022 at 10:00 AM
05-17-2022 at 10:00 AM
Just enter your info at this link, and it will tell you whether your card is eligible:
https://www.chase.com/mybonus

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My first posted deal. Hopefully it works for others as it did for me.

Because Southwest points are worth 1.3 times as much as cash, in terms of cash value this offer actually earns:
• 6.5% in the travel, gas station, and grocery store categories.
• 9.1% on purchases made directly with Southwest Airlines (including flight, inflight, Southwest gift card, and Southwest Vacations package purchases, and at participating Rapid Rewards hotel and rental car partners).

Max $1500 in purchases. Ends 6/30/2022.

This deal is based on a similar deal for Chase Amazon cardholders.
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So the offer did not work for my credit card that I have high volume on but the offer did work on my other credit card that I have low volume on.
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So the offer did not work for my credit card that I have high volume on but the offer did work on my other credit card that I have low volume on.
Yes, so it's probably targeted toward low activity card holders, just like the Chase Amazon offer. (I have a Chase Amazon card but wasn't eligible for that offer because I use the card a lot.)
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Thank you!
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Worked for my Chase Southwest Plus card (which I haven't used once in almost 3 years).
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Quote from Ivorin :
Yes, so it's probably targeted toward low activity card holders, just like the Chase Amazon offer. (I have a Chase Amazon card but wasn't eligible for that offer because I use the card a lot.)
Probably spent 6k already on my card as I was chasing 100k bonus points. I was still targeted.
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How can you tell it's on your card? Do you get an email? Is it something that you can check on your chase online account?
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Quote from aznmaverick :
How can you tell it's on your card? Do you get an email? Is it something that you can check on your chase online account?

Just enter your info at this link, and it will tell you whether your card is eligible:
https://www.chase.com/mybonus
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Worked for my Chase Southwest Plus card (which I haven't used once in almost 3 years).
Why would you hold onto a fee based card without activity for 3 years?
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Why would you hold onto a fee based card without activity for 3 years?
I seem to remember that most of these Chase Southwest cards almost pay for themselves in terms of the annual point bonuses (even with no activity) they pay into your Southwest account. So if you have a use for the points...
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I seem to remember that most of these Chase Southwest cards almost pay for themselves in terms of the annual point bonuses (even with no activity) they pay into your Southwest account. So if you have a use for the points...
Basically this. I churned this card to get a Companion Pass that I took full advantage of (~50 rt flights over the 2 years), so the card has more than paid for itself. For ~$70/yr I get something like 3k points and a couple early-bird checkins, so it roughly breaks even. I should probably cancel it so I can take advantage of future promotions, but :shrug:
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works on my premier.
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Does it appear on your card? Did you receive an email? Can you view it in your online account at chase.com?
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Does it appear on your card? Did you receive an email? Can you view it in your online account at chase.com?
Although I don't recall being notified by e-mail, the activation still worked for two of our Chase Southwest consumer cards.
Just plug your info in at https://www.chase.com/mybonus and it'll tell you if you're eligible.
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