Looking for the best Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping deals to earn even MORE points for FREE flights? Rapid Rewards Shopping is one of the BEST ways to earn Southwest points that also qualify for the Southwest Companion Pass. Not all points qualify but most do!

It allows you to earn points on purchases you would already be making for NO additional cost. And sometimes you can score a bank of points just for a cheap subscription to a newspaper, website or email!

Here is a list, updated weekly, of the top points-earning opportunities on the portal.

My Assessment for the Week

Most of the same great deals from last week are still hanging around, including: Barron’s at 700 points at only $1 for eight weeks and The Economist at 1,100 points for 12 weeks for $12.

Motley Fool is still a good deal (to me) and can earn you 3,600 points for a two-month subscription to their Stock Advisor newsletter at $19/month.

Old Navy is offering 3 points per $1, which is great for back-to-school clothes purchases, which I know most families are starting to think about with school start dates just around the corner.

Hulu is still available to earn 1,100 points for a minimum $7.99 monthly subscription. There is no mention of a minimum amount of time you need to subscribe. We already have Hulu and really enjoy it for watching existing TV shows, as well as Hulu-produced TV shows, and movies.

Check back every week for the best deals! This list is updated through July 12, 2018.

Rapid Rewards Shopping

The Rapid Rewards Shopping Portal

The Rapid Rewards Shopping Portal lets you earn “free” points by starting online shopping at the portal and then clicking through to a specific retailer’s website.

Generally these offers allow you to earn a set number of points per dollar spent.

You can also earn a set number of points not dependent on the dollar amount on a variety of items, which include print and digital newspaper and magazine subscriptions, one-time product purchases like 23andMe genetic testing kits or even subscriptions to Weight Watchers, Blue Apron meal preparation program or CBS All Access.

Here you can get step-by-step instructions for how to use the Rapid Rewards Shopping Portal to ensure you never miss a point!

If you accumulate 110,000 qualifying Southwest points (anything marked as “bonus” points in the portal do NOT qualify but can be used for free travel), you can earn the Southwest Companion Pass, which lets one person fly free with up for up to two years.

Download my free ebook below to learn how to quickly and easily earn the pass:

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Top Rapid Rewards Shopping Deals Updated July 12

Rapid Rewards Shopping

Here are the best Rapid Rewards Shopping deals I could find in terms of points per dollars spent and/or usefulness of the item as of July 12, 2018. 

Best Deals of the Week

OldNavy.com

3 points per $1

Great for back-to-school shopping!

AND

Barron’s

700 points

$1 for 8 weeks

Set Point Amounts

  • Verizon Wireless – 3,600 points
  • AT&T TV & Internet – 2,700 points
  • Sprint – 2,700 points
  • T-Mobile – 2,700 points
  • Motley Fool3,600 points for a 2-month subscription at $19/month
  • Winc Wines 1,400 points (normally 650 points); Winc is a monthly wine delivery service, sending you 4 bottles starting at $13 each with no delivery fee; new subscriptions only (I totaled $56 for four when I went through their selection process); $25 discount through Rapid Rewards Shopping
  • The Economist – 1,100 points, 12 weeks for $12
    • Be sure to cancel this on the deadline as it renews at $45!!; new subscriptions only; 1 per household; must be active 60 days
  • Hulu – 1,100 points – Just $7.99/month and it doesn’t say any minimum length of time for the subscription. We already have Hulu and really enjoy it.
  • Blue Apron – 900 points – This is a meal delivery service that sends you recipes and ingredients to prepare several meals weekly. Starts at ~$48 weekly with first week free. Must be active for 45 days. See my post about how I got these points without spending a dime!
  • Wall Street Journal – 700 points, $12 for 12 weeks
    • 1 per household, can’t have been a subscriber in the last 180 days
  • Barron’s – 700 points, $1 for 8 weeks
    • Must be active for 45 days, 1 per household, can’t have been a subscriber in the last 180 days
  • SiriusXM – 550 points (up from 350 points), $29.94 for 6 months
    • New subscriptions, active 30 days
  • HelloFresh – 350 points (though it has been as high as 700 points, so you may want to wait until it goes back up) – A meal delivery service similar to Blue Apron, which we use and love! ~$39.95 for three meals weekly for the first two weeks then $59.95. You can also try my secret tip above for HelloFresh.
  • WeightWatchers.com – 350 points, OnlinePlus ~$19.95/month for 6 months with $0 starter fee and first month FREE.
    • New accounts only (so use a new email if you’ve been a member in the past)
  • HostGator – 350 points, hosting packages of 6 months or longer at $3.95/month
  • CBS All Access – 300 points, cost not available (must try it free first)
    • New memberships, 1 per household, active 30 days

Points Per Dollar

  • DiscountMags.com – 20 points per $1
  • McAfee.com – 20 points per $1 (up from 9 points)
  • Magazines.com – 15 points per $1 (up from 7 points)
  • Magazineline.com – 15 points per $1
  • ValueMags.com – 15 points per $1
  • Restaurant.com (discounted restaurant gift certificates) – 9 points per dollar
  • Airport Parking Reservations – 7 points per $1
  • eBags.com – 7 points per $1 (up from 4 points)
  • Laneige – 5 points per $1 (up from 1 point) – Favorite beauty product of Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim!
  • Lord & Taylor – 5 points per $1 (up from 4 points)
  • New Balance – 5 points per $1 (up from 4 points)
  • Avon – 4 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • Coach – 4 points per $1 (up from 1 point!)
  • Coldwater Creek – 4 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Dell Home – 4 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • HP.com – 4 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Macys.com – 4 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • Neiman Marcus – 4 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • New York & Company – 4 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • Banana Republic – 3 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Bloomingdales – 3 points per $1 (up from .5 points)
  • DKNY – 3 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Gap.com – 3 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Lands’ End – 3 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • lululemon – 3 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Old Navy – 3 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • RalphLauren.com – 3 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • Sephora.com – 3 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • Wine.com – 3 points per $1 (up from 2 points)
  • ASICS – 2 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Jet.com – 2 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Overstock.com – 2 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • Sam’s Club – 2 points per $1 (up from 1 point)
  • newegg – 1 point per $1 (up from .5 points)

Here is the full list of offers.

Which will you take advantage of?

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