When I’m not traveling, I tend to be looking for the next trip. At the very least, I’m looking into how to get here or there, really anywhere. You see, I have a bit of wanderlust.
It doesn’t so much matter where I’m going, just that I’m going.
Unfortunately, the only place I’ll be going in the next few weeks is work. I might be able to sneak in another weekend excursion or a little day trip, but I won’t be doing any real traveling until this summer.
That leaves me with some idle hands. Very idle hands.
I thought I’d put those hands to work and whip up a little post on the Chase Southwest cards. I was approved for the personal Premier card a few months back, and just recently approved for the Plus card. There’s also a Business version of the Premier, for any of you entrepreneurial folks out there. You see, I was rather excited about getting approved for the other Southwest card. I had to tell someone. A friend of mine would do. Unfortunately I picked one that thinks my travel hacking is crazy…
“But wait, both cards are for the same planes?”
“Ok, so you have two identical cards? Why on earth do you need two of the same credit card?”
“Identical? No, no, no, wait. Wha-well, sure they both have planes on them, but..”
“Let me explain!”