Earn 65,000 bonus Rapid Rewards points with Southwest’s new credit card offers

Chase and Southwest just released new offers for their three primary consumer cards for the Southwest Rapid Rewards programs. All three cards are now offering a higher welcome bonus of 65,000 points instead of 40,000 plus three times points on dining. All three cards only require $2,000 in spending in the first three months to receive the bonus points.

The above offers are available on the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Card, the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card and the Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority Credit Card.

Here are the card details:

Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority Credit Card
65,000 Bonus Rapids Rewards Points with the Southwest Rapid Rewards Priority Credit Card when you spend $2,000 on the card in the first three months. Learn more here
– Earn 7,500 points on your card anniversary
– 2x points on Southwest purchases
– 1x points on all other purchase
– 4 upgraded boardings
– $75 annual credit with Southwest
– Earns tier qualifying points towards A-List status
– No Foreign Transaction fees

Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Card
65,000 Bonus Rapids Rewards Points with the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Card when you spend $2,000 on the card in the first three months. Learn more here
– Earn 6,000 points on your card anniversary
– 2x points on Southwest purchases
– 1x points on all other purchase
– Earns tier qualifying points towards A-List status
– No Foreign Transaction fees

Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card
65,000 Bonus Rapids Rewards Points with the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Plus Credit Card when you spend $2,000 on the card in the first three months.  Learn more here
– Earn 3,000 points on your card anniversary
– 2x points on Southwest purchases
– 1x points on all other purchases

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