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As was previously rumored, the offer for the Southwest Companion Pass after opening a Chase Southwest credit card and making a single purchase has now gone public for all California residents. It appears to work with any of the three Southwest credit cards.
- Earn a Companion Pass by opening a Southwest credit card and making a single purchase
- Also earn the signup bonus for that card
- Offer ends 11/30/17
- Direct link to the promotion page
This offer is awesome for California residents (again, note it’s targeted only to those who live in California). We previously wrote about this offer when it was targeted to specific members (See: INCREDIBLE: Companion Pass with a single purchase! [Targeted]), but it’s now available to all California residents. If you have a companion with whom you can fly, you’ll be able to bring them for free (you just pay the taxes, currently from $5.60 one-way for a domestic flight) an unlimited amount of times — whether you book your flight with cash, points, LUV vouchers, someone else’s money, etc. For more on the Southwest Companion Pass, see our Complete Guide to the Southwest Companion Pass. Note that the promotional companion pass earned through this offer will only be valid through 12/31/18 no matter when you make your purchase, so there is no benefit in holding off on a purchase for this offer.
It’s furthermore great to see that this offer is available on all three cards — and they still come with their respective signup bonuses. That makes the business version of the card the most appealing as it continues to offer a 60,000 point signup bonus, while the personal versions each offer 40,000 points. More information is available at the promotion page above (where you can click links to the offer on each of the three cards that all provide the same landing page offer of a Companion Pass after a single purchase).
Last updated on December 2nd, 2017