Which Southwest Credit Card Should I Get?
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On the latest episode of our weekly YouTube series, To The Point, global news editor Emily McNutt explains the differences between Southwest Airlines’ three cobranded credit cards. Watch below to find out which card is right for you and why you need to be aware of Chase’s infamous 5/24 rule.
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