Plastered all over Southwest's site
Rewards are closer in a world without miles. Fly just eight (8) roundtrips in 24 consecutive months and we'll give you a roundtrip Award valid to any of more than 60 destinations Southwest serves. Rapid Rewards—where flying is what counts.
So here's what's confusing me:
June 24, 2006 - September 22, 2006
Credits earned 06/24/2006 - 09/22/2006: 8
Credits needed to earn my next award: 8
My 16th credit must be earned by: 08/11/2008
|09/11/06||1044||DTW||PHX||2|| || |
|09/03/06||2988||PHX||DTW||2|| || |
|08/12/06||2368||LAS||PHX||2|| || |
|08/11/06||0523||PHX||LAS||2|| || |
So I'm earning 2 credit per leg, and 4 credits per RT, which equals 4 Roundtrips per free ticket, yes?
Is this just something they're running lately? Is my relatively low-volume account special? Am I just horrible at math? Is anyone else able to see a source from Southwest or a FF forum talking about 4 RT RR's? (It's a pretty big deal when it happens, or so I thought.)
Thanks for keeping me sane!