Shop For Mother’s Day and Earn Up to 15X Rapid Rewards Points With Southwest

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Here at Point Savvy we are very excited anytime that we can find ways to double or even triple our points and maximize rewards. We know that it’s out of the ordinary to buy mom a gift from an airline’s website, and even a little weird. This Mother’s Day, we believe that shopping through Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards portal, filled with hundreds of partner deals, is the best way to buy mom a great gift, save money, while taking the quickest route to free travel.

All you have to do is sign up at Rapid Rewards® and become a frequent flyer member which is free. Use Rapid Rewards Shopping® and you’ll earn points faster and easier.

Southwest Shopping sign up

It’s easy to sign up for Rapid Rewards Shopping and earn Rapid Rewards Points with all your favorite online retailers.

Visit rapidrewardsshopping.southwest.com and sign in with your email and password. You’ll be able to search lots of categories that will benefit mom on her special day. Here are a few great gift ideas that earn you points toward your next free flight.

AT&T Wireless

Earn 3600 points for any purchase. So buy mom a new phone or accessory to keep you in touch.

Magazines.com

Earn 15 points for every dollar that you spend, and give mom a subscription to her favorite magazines at up to 70% newsstand prices.

1800flowers.com

Earn 7 points for every dollar that you spend, and save on Mother’s Day flowers and gifts starting at just $29.99.

Saks Fifth Avenue/Off Fifth

Earn 4 points for every dollar spent plus get an extra 10% off your first purchase when you sign up at saks.com, and buy mom the luxury item that she deserves.

L’Occitane

Earn 4 points for every dollar spent and treat mom to an Anti-Aging Collection for $190 (a $238 value.)

Sephora

Earn 4 points for every dollar spent, choose a Mother’s Day Fragrance bag with any $25 purchase with offer code SCENTME. Plus sign up for their Beauty Insider® Club and receive free samples, coupons, and huge savings.

This is just a peek into the options available through Southwest Partners, and the many points that you can rack up towards free air travel. Plus, if you use the Southwest Rapid Rewards® Visa® Card you will earn 2 points for every dollar that you spend with partners. The average amount spent on a Mother’s Day gift in the US is $173. If you were to spend that at Saks Fifth Avenue on rapidrewardsshopping.com, using your Southwest Rapid Rewards Visa, you would be over 1,000 points closer to free travel.

We at Point Savvy think that this is a “no brainer.” Plus, we know that mom deserves the very best. Don’t you?

Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier® Credit Card

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  • Earn 25,000 points after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 3 months your account is open
  • Named 2015 Freddie Award Winner for Best Loyalty Credit Card
  • Chip-enabled cards with 24/7 fraud monitoring
  • Points Don’t Expire as long as your card account is open, No Blackout Dates, Bags Fly Free®
  • 6,000 points after your Cardmember Anniversary every year
  • 2 points/$1 spent on Southwest Airlines® purchases and participating Hotel and Car Rental partners
  • 1 point/$1 spent on all other purchases

Bonus
25,000 points

Intro APR
N/A

Ongoing APR
16.24%-23.24% variable

Annual Fee
$99

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