Southwest Chase Offer: up to 10% back on flights (targeted)

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There is another round of targeted Chase Offers out for Southwest Airlines. The one that I’ve seen offers up to 10% off, with a maximum cash back of $40. However, these Southwest offers usually feature multiple permutations that have differing percentages off as well as various amounts of maximum cash back. Let us know if you find a different one.

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The Deal

  • New targeted Chase Offer for 10% back when you spend $50 or more on Southwest Airlines (maximum of $40 back)
    • Offer must be added to card before purchase.

Key Terms

  • Expires 6/26/24
  • Valid one time only
  • Payment must be made directly with the merchant
  • Offer not valid on purchases made using third-party services or a third-party payment account (e.g., buy now pay later).
  • Payment must be made on or before offer expiration date.

Quick Thoughts

We’ve seen a few sales over the last year on Southwest gift cards that offered around 10% off, but this deal could work out better, especially for those who find it on a Chase Southwest card.

Not only are you not locked into a hard amount, but you can also earn miles on the actual purchase and/or trigger the annual $75 credit on the Southwest Priority Card…all while still getting 10% back. It could also be better for those looking to pay directly with a card that offers travel protections rather than using a gift card to book travel.

In order to get 10% off, you must purchase a flight by 6/26. However, Southwest’s cancellation policies are extremely flexible. Even if you weren’t able to take that flight, you could always cancel it and use the credit later.

If you find different offers on your cards than the ones that are mentioned above, leave them in the comments so that we can know what’s out there.

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Richard

Anyone received the credit? It has been over 2 weeks, I’m still waiting on the credit. In the past, credit was posted in 2 or 3 days.

Pierre

The ones I’ve done this year have taken 3 weeks-1 month on my end

Rich

Chase just sent me a 1099-misc for referral points on a business Southwest card. I referred several people and got 100,000 points, and now I got a 1099- for $1000.00. Has anyone ever heard of this yet ? I guess Chase is valuing southwest points at $0.01 . Strange

Andrew

Interestingly the 10% offer shows up on a bunch of the non-Southwest cards (Hyatt, Marriott, CSP, FF) while my Southwest cards only have 5%.

[…] Southwest Chase Offer: up to 10% back on (targeted): Southwest Airlines has introduced a targeted Chase Offer, providing customers with the opportunity to get up to 10% back on their purchases. This promotion is a boon for frequent flyers looking to economize on their travel expenditures. Targeted individuals can enjoy significant savings, making their travel experiences even more rewarding. Frequentmiler.com. […]

Dan

I wonder if buying a SW gift card on SW’s website would trigger the discount, or maybe it would be better to book a flight for March, cancel it, and bank the credit to be used when needed.

Kaza

I’d bank the flight credit by cancelling after 24 hours and not worry about if a gift card purchase will trigger the Chase offer. The flight credit and gift card essentially serve a similar purpose.

Pierre

This is the way. Do WGA+ if you want the credit to be transferrable