Earn 1,000 Bonus Points by Joining Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Dining

Earn 1,000 bonus points by joining Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Dining when you spend a minimum of $25.00 — including tax and gratuity — and pay with your registered credit card or debit card at any participating restaurant, bar, or club during your first 30 days as a new member of the dining program; and after you complete and post a review of your dining experience within 30 days of your visit.

This means that…

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Your Chance to Win a Round Trip Flight to Any Southwest Airlines Destination

Through Monday, October 24, 2016 at 11:59 in the evening Eastern Daylight Time, you have a chance to win a round trip flight to any Southwest Airlines destination to where you can travel with a companion — and the destinations include Mexico, Latin America and the Caribbean — when you register in what is known as the Wanna Get Away sweepstakes.

You could be one of 25 winners of the grand prizes — the approximate retail value of each one is $800.00 — which includes…

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Earn Up to 2,500 Bonus Rapid Rewards Points by Shopping for Back to School

Starting today and effective through Monday, August 15, 2016 at 11:59:59 in the evening Eastern Daylight Time, you can earn up to 2,500 bonus Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards frequent flier loyalty program points — in addition to the standard Rapid Rewards points earned — during the Back to School bonus campaign at the Rapid Rewards Shopping portal by spending the following minimum amounts of money for shopping for qualifying purchases on your favorite products from hundreds of participating retailers…

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A Wider Seat or More Seat Pitch: Which Would You Rather Have On Your Flight?

As part of this press release which became available earlier today, an announcement from Southwest Airlines has declared that the airline “has selected the Customer seats for its future Boeing 737-800 and 737 MAX aircraft deliveries. The carrier, in partnership with Boeing, will be the first to roll out the new seats, beginning mid-2016, on new deliveries of its Boeing 737-800. B/E Aerospace, who designed and engineered the seats, unveiled the new product today at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany.”

Bob Jordan — who is the executive vice president and chief commercial officer of Southwest Airlines — said that “The new aircraft seats are the widest economy seats available in the single-aisle 737 market, and offer a unique design that gives our Customers what they asked for: more space. Serving as the launch customer for this seat is just one of several upcoming milestones related to our bold, new look launched in September of last year, and is specifically aimed at enhancing our Customer Experience.”

That sounds nice — until I read this article written by…

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War Brewing in Atlanta? That Depends on Your Perspective…

“It is clear Frontier & Spirit, our country’s two largest low cost carriers, are going after Atlanta pretty hard. While I am surprised there is so much overlap with their new routes, I am confident it will drive prices down”, Shawn Coomer of Miles to Memories posted earlier today in this article. “My guess is that Delta is ready for this fight and will match the prices of their low cost competitors, but only time will tell. I am just glad that it is going to get much cheaper for me to fly to Atlanta from Las Vegas!”

Actually, Shawn, Delta Air Lines has already been ready for this “fight” in the form of Basic Economy airfares, which offers Main Cabin service with fewer flexibility options available in select markets. As I first wrote in this article back in December…

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