Posted by William Charles on June 30, 2016
Airline Rewards

Published on June 30th, 2016 | by William Charles

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[Targeted] Southwest Business Premier 70,000 Point Offer

The Offer

No direct link.  This is a targeted offer and your full name is hardcoded into the application link.

  • Earn 70,000 Southwest rapid rewards points after $3,000 in purchases within three months of becoming a card member on the Southwest Business Premier Card

Card Details

  • Annual fee of $99 is not waived the first year
  • Card earns at the following rates:
    • 2x points on Southwest airlines purchases
    • 1x points on all other purchases
  • 6,000 Anniversary points after card member anniversary
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Offer expires August 8th, 2016

Our Verdict

This is the best offer we’ve seen on this card, last year we saw a targeted offer of 60,000 points (but anybody could get it by calling in, I don’t think this works this time but you can try calling 888-589-5039). Regular bonus on this card is 25,000 points, but almost always at 50,000 points. Keep in mind that the Chase 5/24 rule applies to Southwest cards now, but targeted offers like these might help you get around thisThis is an incredible deal if you are targeted, if you got this card and one of the other cards from Chase you’d have enough for a Southwest Companion Pass that would be valid until the end of 2017 and 120,000 points to use.

There are also these other offers on the Chase Southwest cards:

Hat tip to slick deals



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When you say hard coded to the application link, I assume this is an email target offer? Also, since this is a business card, do you have to have a business account with Chase to get targeted?

I just got this card earlier this month. Wonder if I’ll have any success trying to match to it even though I wasn’t targeted.

I am planning on getting a new SW card toward the end of the year so I can have 2017 through 2018 for my companion pass. Too bad it isn’t mid October .

Tried to get a secure message match initially by just mentioning the offer – they required a code which I provided (not mine obvi) – I didn’t give them any other info. They responded stating the invitation did show that I was the recipient of the offer. That’s as far as I’m willing to go with this one.

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