Giveaway time.

I like Southwest for many reasons. You always get to fly with two checked bags for free. No other US carrier has that lenient of a domestic baggage policy. Flights booked with enough anticipation (or during frequent sales) can be super cheap, with points as well as cash. They have one of the best and most flexible change and cancellation policies. In general they tend to put customers first more than other US carriers.

This week one lucky reader will win a $200 Southwest gift card. Southwest gift cards are fully transferable and don’t expire.

There are three ways to enter:

  1. Comment on this post.
  2. Follow us on Facebook.
  3. Follow us and retweet this tweet:

Each person can enter all three ways to triple their chances of winning. Make sure I can tell who you are across all platforms you decide to enter through. I’ll choose one winner from the entries this Friday and notify the winner via email.

Read more about Southwest and how to maximize the Rapid Rewards program in the Southwest Companion Pass Master Thread.

Happy Monday…or Tuesday if you’re reading this in the newsletter 🙂

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