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Southwest Giveaway: Ten Million Points in All-New Rapid Rewards Program

March 15, 2011 By: George Dooley Travel Agent

Southwest Airlines recently launched the carrier's new frequent flyer program, All-New Rapid Rewards. To celebrate, Southwest is giving away ten million Rapid Rewards Points to members (and those who sign up) through an online sweepstakes.

In the Ten Million Point Giveaway, 100 lucky members will each win 100,000 Rapid Rewards Points. The sweepstakes will run from March 15 through March 31, 2011. For complete promotion details and to register to win, visit:

If travelers are not already a Rapid Rewards member, they can can sign up for the program to become eligible to win. To read a blog post from Southwest's Senior Director of Customer Loyalty and Partnerships Ryan Green, visit:

Southwest teamed up with the internet sensation basketball trick-shot artists, Dude Perfect, to score points for the All-New Rapid Rewards program. Customers who register for the promotion will be entertained by Dude Perfect, which has filmed a variety of basketball trick shots to show off their skills using a Southwest Boeing 737, in a Southwest Maintenance Hangar, and around Southwest's corporate headquarters. Southwest and Dude Perfect will showcase the trick shots in a series of videos that will be unveiled throughout the promotion on, culminating in one fantastic Big Shot, which will be unveiled, along with the winners, on Monday, April 4, 2011.

"With the recent launch of the All-New Rapid Rewards program and the NCAA basketball tournament just around the corner, we teamed up with Dude Perfect to give away ten million points to our members and entertain fans at the same time," said Southwest's Senior Director of Customer Loyalty and Partnerships Ryan Green. "Our new program has several winning attributes, including unlimited reward seats, no blackout dates, and no point expiration with any earning activity within 24 months."

Southwest announced the details of the new program in January 2011 to give members advance notice of the coming changes, and the new program officially launched on March 1, 2011. Members' accounts were automatically transferred to the new program on March 1, 2011; therefore, members will retain their current Rapid Rewards number, and they don't need to re-enroll, Southwest says.

Members with existing credits and Awards from the old program will retain their active credits and Awards, which will maintain their value until they are used or expire.



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By George Dooley | March 15, 2011
Southwest's new frequent flyer program, All-New Rapid Rewards offers ten million Rapid Rewards Points with online sweepstakes.
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