No, I am not becoming a SW Air blogger after two SW posts in one week. Yes, we are all a bit over-the-top when it comes to collecting points from every place and everywhere. And ya know, sometimes it can pay off.
I love that our airline serves Coke products. I love to drink Coke (Zero is my favorite btw). I save every Coke “code” from every box. The 12 pack box code is worth 10 points. The 24 pack is worth 20 points. This is naturally on top of the 5x Ultimate Rewards points I got with my CHASE Freedom card for buying the Coke in a grocery store last month, this month? I even recycle the cans and get some cash back that way too!
Right now Coke Rewards is offering, for spending 100 points, a $20 code for SouthWest Air Wanna Get Away Fares. They also have one that you can try for a chance to win a pair of SW Air tickets for just 3 points! With prices going up all the time, even $20 off is a nice deal.
So, as most of you dedicated DeltaPoints readers know, I don’t fly SW Air. Not for any other reason than they are 2 hrs away for me and their idea of a Skyclub, as shown here by my good friend Marshall Jackson on Travel, does not excite me.
For SW AIR flyers this seems like a good value for Coke Rewards points. So I redeemed 100 points and now want to giveaway that CODE for $20 off a SW AIR flight that I will give to a random comment below. Please do NOT comment if you CAN NOT USE THE CODE to fly SW AIR before Nov. 15th, 2012 as I hate to see it go to waste. For the runner up I will also give away a Coke 10 point code for them to have a chance to enter the sweepstakes at Coke Rewards as well.
Also do note, *NOT MY LINK*, there is still a live
50,000 Chase SW AIR card (edit deal is now dead – current best deal is here) floating around. While I cannot guarantee the points, most are reporting it is working. If you are thinking about a CHURN, why not add this one to the mix along with the 30,000 point DELTA GOLD AMEX and maybe the Hilton 40,000 card from CitiBank for a nice tri-fecta of 120,000 points for all 3 cards in one day (after you meet the spend that is). – René