Chase Ultimate Rewards is the only major U.S. credit card rewards program that features Southwest Rapid Rewards as a transfer partner. Ultimate Rewards points can be transferred to Southwest at a 1:1 ratio.
Chase Ultimate Rewards points can be transferred to Southwest Rapid Rewards at a 1:1 ratio meaning that every 1,000 Chase points you transfer will give you 1,000 Southwest points. This provides an excellent route for adding points to your Southwest account if you have a great redemption lined up.
You must have at least 1,000 Ultimate Rewards points to initiate a transfer and points can be transferred to Southwest in 1,000-point increments.
Use the Conversion Calculator to calculate the transfer of Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Southwest Rapid Rewards points.
Other Ways To Earn Southwest Points
The only other option you can use to earn lots of Southwest points is using Southwest's own co-branded credit cards. Southwest offers a total of five credit cards consisting of three personal consumer credit cards and two business credit cards.
Here's the list:
Can you transfer Chase Ultimate Rewards points to Southwest?
Yes. Chase Ultimate Rewards points can be transferred to Southwest Rapid Rewards at a 1:1 ratio.
What is the transfer rate for Chase points to Southwest?
Every 1,000 Ultimate Rewards points you transfer to Southwest will give you 1,000 Southwest Rapid Rewards points.
Is it worth it to transfer Chase points to Southwest?
At an average value of 1.3 cents each, it can be worth it to transfer points to Southwest since Ultimate Rewards points are worth 1.25 to 1.5 cents each on average.