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Update: June 18th, 2021.

Today is the big day, with the biggest prizes. (See below)

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Note that the server is pretty overloaded with people playing the biggest prize day, so you won’t quite play the game but you’ll still be entered.

southwest 50k sweepstakes

Original article follows:

Southwest is giving away Rapid Rewards points daily in celebration of their 50th birthday.

Link to Sweepstakes

In a simple game where you click three pieces of luggage on the baggage carousel. you’ll win anything from a goose egg up to 50,000 Rapid Rewards points.

I won a massive 50 points for my first day 😉

Here’s what you can win daily:

southwest 50th birthday daily prizesOn the final draw day, June 18th, you can win up to 1,000,000 Rapid Rewards points, a $500 Southwest gift card, and even a Southwest Companion Pass!

Here’s what that day’s prize list looks like:

southwest 50th birthday giveaway

It takes just a minute to enter each day so…. why not try?

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