It’s no secret that airlines have struggled to get passengers in their planes over the past six months. As a result, we’ve seen new promos and deals come out to incentivize travelers to get back in the sky.
And right now, Southwest Airlines is offering a pretty amazing deal.
You can earn a temporary Companion Pass after only booking one flight!
If you’re not familiar, the Companion Pass allows a companion to fly for free with you on every flight that you take.
This limited companion pass will be good for flights between January 6 and February 28 of 2021.
If you want to take advantage of this promotion, you will need to register which you can do at this link right here.
Once on the registration page, you will have to input your first and last name along with your Rapid Rewards account number.
If you do not currently have a Rapid Rewards account, you can quickly join in a matter of minutes.
After you register, you will have to book a Southwest flight from September 22 to 24, 2020 for travel dates from September 22 to November 15, 2020 (the “Promotion Period”) and fly during the Promotion Period to earn the Promotional Companion Pass.
This is a great deal for anyone that has some travel scheduled early next year and it could easily save you a few hundred bucks depending on your travel routes.
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