How to Convert Southwest Travel Funds Into Rapid Rewards Points

Southwest is my favorite airline. Second is almost close.  Due to our high Rapid Rewards points balance, my family has had a companion

pass since 2017 and traveled the US and Mexico. Like any ardent traveler, COVID-19 canceled multiple trips this year, leaving me with a

lot of Southwest Airlines travel funds. Southwest Airlines now converts travel cash into Rapid Reward points.

Log into your Southwest account to take advantage of this offer. Click “My Account” and then “View Travel Funds.”

Click that button and a summary of Travel Funds available for conversion will appear at the top of the following page.

The specific fund appears when you click the right column. Select “Convert fund” from there. My account received points promptly after testing o

Southwest has generous conversion rates. I had a $127.98 Travel Fund that converted to 9,982 Rapid Rewards points at $0.0128 each. 

This means you may convert for approximately 1.4c per point, which is reasonable. By converting to points, you can book flights for anyone, not just the original ticketholder. 

What's the catch? Conversion has big benefits. Travel funds can pay ticket taxes and fees, while points must be paid out of pocket. Second,

I appreciate Rapid Rewards points' versatility, therefore I think we'll convert all our vacation funds to points. To make sure we won't go soon,