Earn 100 More Southwest Rapid Reward Points – Week 2

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As I mentioned last week, Southwest Airlines launched a promotion in which they will award 3 million points to whoever wins the “Chief Reward Officer” prize (really have no clue what that means), plus ten people will win 100,000 points, and everyone can earn 100 Rapid Reward points per week for six weeks if they correctly answer five questions.

To earn as many points as possible, you must go back at least once per week as each week’s quiz is only valid during that week.  So, if you missed last week’s quiz, there is no way to go back.  However, you are right on time for this week’s quiz and 100 free points!

To take advantage of this promo, make sure you have a Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards account (you get 750 points just for joining and receiving their emails for a minimum of three months), get your RR# handy, and then register for this promotion.

Here are the answers for Week 2:

1. The amount and type of fare you purchase

2.  All of the above

3.  True

4.  Business Select

5.  The order is C, B, and A

Learn more about the Rapid Rewards point system here.  To give a quick summary, you need 60 points per dollar to redeem your points for a “Wanna Get Away” fare.  “Anytime” and “Business Select” fares require more points.  For example, a $100 Wanna Get Away flight would require 6000 points.  So, if you earn all 600 points from taking all six quizzes, you will have earned $10 credit towards Wanna Get Away fares.  Not earth shattering, but every little bit helps.

This week’s quiz should be up until Sunday.  I will remind you when Week 3 is ready to go!

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  1. Thanks, MommyPoints! You are correct, every little bit helps. I do wish they kept their old rewards system though. (even though I’ve never flown SW) It was similar to AirTran (who they bought).

    Unfortunately living in Birmingham, AL, there aren’t many inexpensive flights with SouthWest. My husband and I usually travel to Atlanta to fly on AirTran when we need a cheap fare. (AirTran also has one of the most affordable Biz Class products)

    Sorry for getting a bit off topic. 🙂 We do appericate you keeping us on track with all these promotions!

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