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It has been a while since we have seen this one, but the Southwest Business card is back with its 60,000 point offer (found by DoC)!
Southwest Business Card 60,000 Point Offer
This is a fantastic offer and an increase over the regular 50,000 point offer. With this offer and a 50,000 point personal card offer, you can get the Southwest Companion Pass for 2017 and 2018 by just meeting the spending on those two cards!
The bad news is that you cannot get this card if you have received the bonus on it in the last 24 months or if you have had 5 or more new cards in the last 24 months. But, if you just lost your Southwest Companion Pass from doing this a couple of years ago, you should be okay to go ahead and go for it again!
The $99 annual fee is not waived but that is really not that big of a deal in the face of getting a minimum of $880 in airfare on Southwest! Of course, if you wanted, you could also burn those points to get $600 in gift cards from Amazon (and others), essentially making this a $500 net bonus offer.
Here are the details about this card:
- Receive 60,000 bonus points when you spend a minimum of $3,000 in 90 days
- Annual fee of $99 not waived
- 6,000 bonus points for each card anniversary
- Issued by Chase
- Chase 5/24 applies to this card
All in all, this is definitely one of the best card offers to go for, especially since it comes so early in the year. If you want to get the Southwest Companion Pass, this is a great way to start working towards it!
HT: Doctor of Credit
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