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Southwest is out with yet another big sale, teasing one-way fares as low as $49 through the spring. A brand-new Chase Offer on cards like the *chase sapphire preferred* or *chase sapphire reserve* can make it even cheaper.

Chase recently rolled out a new, targeted offer for select Chase cardholders to get up to 10% back in the form of a statement credit when spending $50 or more with Southwest Airlines. You can use this offer to save up to $40 on Southwest flights … but exactly how much you'll get back hinges on what you book.

Chase's terms show that only flights departing between March 1 are eligible for the biggest 10% back offer – all other flights will get 5% back as a statement credit. Either way, you'll need to book before the March 5 deadline on your Chase card to get that credit. 

We're seeing this offer is fairly widespread whether you've got a Chase Sapphire Card or even Chase small business cards like the *chase ink preferred*.
 

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No matter which Chase card(s) you've got in your wallet, it's worth logging into your account and seeing if you've got this available. If you do, just add it, then use your card to book eligible Southwest flights before the March 5 deadline.

If you haven't used a Chase Offer before, think of them as digital coupons exclusively for Chase cardholders for purchases like airfare or hotels as well as dining, entertainment, or everyday shopping. Add one of these to your Chase card, use that card to an eligible purchase, and Chase will give you money right back for the discount within a few days (or maybe weeks) as a statement credit on your account.

While only Southwest flights departing in March are eligible for the biggest 10% cashback credit, any flight will get you 5% back – even for a trip in early November, which is as far out as the Southwest calendar currently stretches.

Use the Southwest low fare calendar to make sure you find the best deal!

Remember: You have until March 5 to book a flight and take advantage of this Southwest Chase offer.

 

Where to Find Chase Offers

If you haven't used Chase Offers before, they're the copycat program to American Express' Amex Offers. You can think of them as digital coupons exclusively for Chase cardholders for purchases like airfare and hotels as well as dining, entertainment, and everyday shopping.

Simply log into your Chase account and scroll down near the bottom of the screen. There should be a box about midway down on the right-hand side called Chase Offers – it's available through the Chase mobile app as well. If you see an offer you like, click the plus sign in the corner to add the offer to the card and make a qualifying purchase at that business with your card. You should receive a statement credit for the offer within a few days or weeks of making a purchase.

Not familiar with Chase Offers? See our complete guide to using Chase Offers
 

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Thrifty Tip: Many offers are targeted, so not every cardholder – or even every card – will be eligible for the exact same offers. Make sure to check all of your Chase cards if you don't see a specific offer.

 

Bottom Line

Chase is out with a great new Chase Offer to save up to 10% (for up to $40 back) booking flights with Southwest Airlines.

You'll get the biggest 10% cashback credit when booking Southwest flights that depart in March, while all other flights will get you 5% back – even as far out as November 2024. Log in now to see if you can find this targeted offer, add it to your card, and book a Southwest flight before the March 5 deadline to save up to $40.

 

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  • I wonder if booking a flight in March to get the 10% and then cancelling the flight – you would end up with a Southwest Travel Credit. That might work…? Thoughts…

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