Want to earn Southwest points that you can use toward free travel?
I’ve got 10 ways that earn at least 500 Southwest points and that often qualify for the 125,000 points you need to earn the Southwest Companion Pass.
The Southwest Companion Pass is an amazing deal that lets one person fly free with you for up to two years.
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The Rapid Rewards Shopping Portal
There are lots of ways you can earn hundreds of Southwest points through the Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping Portal.
All you have to do is visit RapidRewardsShopping.Southwest.com, log-in with your Southwest Rapid Rewards account information and search for the retailer in the Search Box on the top right..
Be sure to click on All Offers when the deal pops up to see what the current promo codes and offers are for the item in addition to the Southwest points.
We keep you up to date on the best Rapid Rewards Shopping deals every week below.
Note: If there is no mention of “bonus” points, then the points DO qualify for the Southwest Companion Pass. Do NOT use coupon codes that are NOT provided by Southwest, as it could keep you from collecting your Southwest points.
Pay with your Southwest credit card to earn even MORE POINTS for every dollar you spend.
10 Ways to Earn Southwest Points
1. Vinesse Wines – 1,400 Points
This is a monthly wine subscription service that costs roughly $42 for six wines.
2. Winc Wines – 1,400 Points
Similar to Vinesse Wines, Winc is a monthly wine subscription service that pairs you with recommended wines based on flavors your like and your reviews of wines they send you.
3. Barron’s – 700 Points
New customers can sign up for a 3-month print and digital subscription for $12 and score 700 points! Subscriptions must be active for 30 days and only one per household.
4. HelloFresh – 700 Points
HelloFresh is a service that sends you weekly recipes and farm-fresh ingredients to make them. Most recipes take 30 minutes or less! Plans start at around $60 per month for three meals per week for two people.
5. Motley Fool – 2,700-5,400 Points
You’ll have to shell out $99 for an annual subscription, but that’s less than the cost of buying Southwest points. The points offer varies on this but usually is never lower than 2,700 points.
6. Wall Street Journal – 700 Points
Subscription must be active for 30 days and only one per household.
7. DiscountMags.com – 20 Points Per $1
Spend $25 on a magazine subscription (or 2 — they make great gifts!) and you’ll have an easy 500 points.
8. Disney+ – 550 Points
A popular streaming service, Disney+ grants you access to top Disney movies and TV shows, as well as Star Wars, Marvel and National Geographic for just $5.99/month
9. Peapod – 550 Points
Peapod is a grocery delivery service that currently serves Chicago, Milwaukee, Southeast Wisconsin, Indianapolis, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia. Minimum $60 order required and first order only.
10. The Economist – 550 Points
Purchase a 12-week subscription to The Economist.
There are lots of great ways to earn significant points that don’t cost very much or could be a service you were considering trying anyway. I have come across some services I really like by trying them first on Rapid Rewards Shopping.
Which will you try?
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