Earn 100 More Southwest Rapid Reward Points: Week 6 (Final Week)

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The final week of the Southwest Rapid Rewards Chief Reward Officer has arrived!  You can now complete the Week 6 questions.  This was kind of a fun and easy way to get an extra 100 Rapid Reward points each week.  If you haven’t yet completed the previous weeks’ questions,  you can still earn 200 points for answering two questions from each of the previous five weeks plus earn an additional 100 for this week.

If you are still missing some of the previous weeks, I have all of the answers listed for Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, and Week 5.

Southwest isn’t a “fancy” airline, but they do get the job done of getting you from Point A to Point B, and are actually better than some of the legacy airlines in some categories – like no change fees or bag fees!  They also seem to usually have a pretty friendly attitude towards families on board.  I know they aren’t for everyone, but I would fly them fairly regularly myself if they flew into the airport closest to my house.  If you want to earn far more than 100 Rapid Reward points today, you can apply for a Southwest Rapid Rewards® Plus Credit Card. For families this is a fantastic credit card sign-up bonus of 50,000 points ($833 in Wanna Get Away fare) that is all yours just for making one purchase on your Southwest Rapid Reward credit card.  I love cards with low/no minimum spending requirements!

Anyway, on to the Week 6 answers.

Week 6 Answers:

1.  B and C

2.  70

3.  All of the above

4.  Free Flight Tracker

5.  You have to put the puzzle pieces in their correct spot to form a map of the United States.  For whatever reason, it wasn’t working for me when I was in Firefox, so I had to switch to Chrome to get it to work.  I’m not sure how useful the screen shot will be, but here it is just in case.  🙂

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.  If you want to learn more about the new Rapid Rewards points system, check out this post.

I ended up missing one question over the duration of this promotion, so I earned 580 points for very little time and effort.  580 Rapid Reward points is worth just under $10 in Wanna Get Away fares, so not a huge promotion, but not bad either.  How did you make out on this promo?

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  1. Got all 600 points! Huge thanks to you for providing the weekly answers!
    On a side note.. love your blog and how you always put a positive twist on everything. I always end up with a smile on my face after reading your blog 🙂

  2. HA! Me too. Was too quick on 1 click and ended both me and MS DGF with 580. Need them to post as I want to cash in more miles for gift cards and need the points to credit! Thanks for all you help MP!

  3. Not sure where we missed a questions but my old lady (she is fine with me calling her that since I’m actually older and she finds it funny in an ironic sort of way) and I both got 580. Thanks for post the answers so I could double check!

  4. I got 540 because I was late for the first week and just got the 40 points for the 2 questions for latecomers. I should have set up a reminder on the start of the promo. I might move to Hawaii and at the moment Southwest doesn’t service Hawaii so the credit card won’t do me that much good, will it?

    • @SEE, I think it said 6-8 weeks after the promo ended. It just ended 2-3 weeks ago, so I think we still have a bit more time to wait. Mine have also not yet posted.

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