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Tier Qualifying Points for A-List

New Arrival

My question is related to verification of "Revenue" producing flights counting toward A-List status of 25 flights.  When I travel on a flight booked with points, I understand that I don't earn additional points, however, does the flight count toward the 25 flights needed for A-List or 50 flights for A-List Preferred?

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Re: Tier Qualifying Points for A-List

Rising Star

The following will not count toward qualification for A-List status: Rapid Rewards reward flights; Rapid Rewards Companion Pass travel; Rapid Rewards Partner points except for Tier Qualifying Points earned on the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards Premier Credit Cards from Chase (as per the rules described below); bonus Rapid Rewards Points, unless specifically designated as such; nonrevenue travel, unless specifically designated as eligible; stops at intermediate cities on connecting or through flights; and charter flights. Tier Qualifying Points are not redeemable for travel on Southwest Airlines or through the "More Rewards" site.

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Re: Tier Qualifying Points for A-List

Retired Community Manager

Hi @mholden1000,

 

The short answer is that flights booked with Rapid Rewards Points do not count toward your A-List or A-List Preferred Status. Only revenue flights count. Good luck, and happy travels!

 

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Re: Tier Qualifying Points for A-List

New Arrival

Hi,

Do flights booked using Travel Funds from an unused or cancelled reservation, or a Southwest LUV Voucher, count towards A-List Qualifying Flights?

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Re: Tier Qualifying Points for A-List

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@jajosaee wrote:

Hi,

Do flights booked using Travel Funds from an unused or cancelled reservation, or a Southwest LUV Voucher, count towards A-List Qualifying Flights?


Travel funds definitely yes, I believe LUV would also count the same as cash flights since you can book them together as a combined mode of payment....so yes.

 

 

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