Reminder: Enter My 25,000 Southwest Rapid Rewards Points Giveaway By 5pm ET!

Sep 30, 2013

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This is just a friendly reminder that you have until 5pm ET today to enter this week’s Thursday Giveaway contest for your chance to win 25,000 Southwest Rapid Rewards points.

Enter to win 25,000 Rapid Rewards points.
Enter to win 25,000 Rapid Rewards points.

I just reached 25,000 Twitter followers – so thank you to all of you who already follow me – and to celebrate, I’m going to give away 25,000 Southwest Rapid Rewards points.

To enter, you have to be following me on Twitter and send me a tweet telling me whom you’d bring along on your Companion Pass and why. Be sure to include the hashtag #TPG25KGiveaway.

Make it fun, make it interesting, and above all, make it brief – just 140 characters or less!

You have until 5pm ET today to enter and we’ll announce the winner later this week.

And whether you win or not, if you have Southwest points, be sure to put them to use before the redemption rate on Wanna Get Away fares is devalued from 60 per $1 to 70 per $1 starting March 31, 2014 (find out more here).  Remember, the Southwest Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Card is also currently offering a sign-up bonus of 50,000 points when you spend $2,000 in 3 months.

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