New Southwest credit card offer - up to 26 RR Credits + $500 in vouchers
Not sure if targeted, but seems like a great offer:
SPECIAL OFFER! Get up to $500 in southwestgiftcards®!1 PLUS, up to 26 Rapid Rewards Credits - enough for a FREE Flight!
Earn up to $500 in southwestgiftcards in the first three months just by using your card! You’ll receive a $100 southwestgiftcard once you have made $1,000 in purchases. You’ll receive an additional $150 southwestgiftcard once you reach a total of $2,500 in purchases .Then receive a $250southwestgiftcard once you’ve made a total of $5,000 in purchases! That's up to $500 in southwestgiftcards just for using your card on everyday purchases!
Receive 16 Rapid Rewards credits after first use of your card. Earn up to 8 more credits with balance transfers made within the first 90 days. Automatically receive 2 Rapid Rewards credits every year after your Cardmember Anniversary.
out of 9 friends rapid reward links only the one who is both a-lister and has never had a choice card got the link with the giftcard logo in the email & the giftcard offer clearly on the choice link. there is an APPID # specific to the person's name/email in the link so it is targeted, as others have said. He applied earlier today, now when we reclick his email link it says you have already applied
note to all FTers: check junkmail/spam filters if you don't find your Feb 10 rapid report email.
Thanks for the heads up. I don't even read the RR email (I just signed up for the bonus 2 credits) and would not have known about it if I didn't read the post here. So some people got a Rapid Rewards email that does NOT include the offer? Ahh, the feeling special of being targeted!
Just a reminder: WN Visa's balance transfer terms, er, stink. There's a 3% BT fee - to get 8 credits you have to transfer $9600, so your fee will be $288 - this is enough to flat-out buy a RT ticket to many city pairs WN services. Of course, the 8 credits you'll earn is only enough for half a RT.
The interest rate for said transfer will be 13.24%, which ain't great - many credit cards offer 5 and 6% rates on balance transfers.
Thought I'd mention this for folks who are new to WN Visa and are doing math with an eye toward racking up more RR via balance transfers.