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Re: Lifetime Awards

New Arrival

Hi,

 

I would also like to find out how many miles I’ve flown on southwest in my lifetime. 

 

Is is there a way to find out?

Re: Lifetime Awards

New Arrival

Is there any update to this thread?  I'd love to find out as well.

Re: Lifetime Awards

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@facetiousmonkey wrote:

Is there any update to this thread?  I'd love to find out as well.


While I’m not aware of any ways to see your lifetime miles on Southwest I did find a site several years back that I use to track all my miles (from all flights on all airlines) you can also go deeper and mark with what plane/airline/seat/class of service you were on. The website is www.jetlovers.com you would just have to check in at each airport using another app like swarm or Facebook it does require a little work since you have to check in so it knows you were at X airport and went to Y airport but I personally find it interesting all the stats it gives me. 

 

Hopefully Southwest will add a lifetime miles tracker someday but I recommend you send the suggestion to southwest directly by clicking on the “contact us” link at the bottom of this page. Maybe by emailing in they might have a way to look it up on the back end so you might ask if you do decide to email in. 

 

-Blake 

Re: Lifetime Awards

Rising Star

Add me to the list of folks who would love to have this info!

-A List Preferred, Companion Pass holder, Community Champion.

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@elijahbrantley wrote:

Add me to the list of folks who would love to have this info!


I asked via twitter and they told me lifetime flights, although I forgot to ask for “miles” not sure how that is tracked, or if it was always tracked.

 

Home airport MDW, frequent visitor to MCO to see the mouse.

Re: Lifetime Awards

New Arrival

I wish they did track this for some sort of lifetime A list or preferred status.

I keep flying American because once I hit a million miles I at least get lifetime gold status.

I am not going to travel as much when i retire (at least not corporatewise) so all lifetime status I can achieve before then to extend my perks I am used to is my focus.

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@bozacksmith wrote:

I wish they did track this for some sort of lifetime A list or preferred status.

I keep flying American because once I hit a million miles I at least get lifetime gold status.

I am not going to travel as much when i retire (at least not corporatewise) so all lifetime status I can achieve before then to extend my perks I am used to is my focus.


That makes sense. Hopefully the benefit for flying Southwest keeps them in the rotation for no change fees, free bags, etc.

 

 

Home airport MDW, frequent visitor to MCO to see the mouse.