Airline gift cards
When purchasing directly from Southwest, we offer any denomination between $25 and $1,000. Orders over $1,000 can be made by printing the Southwest gift card order form and following the directions provided. For gift cards sold at approved retailers, the Southwest gift card can only be purchased in pre-specified amounts—$50, $100, or in certain locations, $200.
Yes, a gift card can be mailed or emailed to you or directly to a recipient of your choice. However, we can’t ship gift cards internationally, to P.O. boxes, or APO/FPO addresses.
No. When purchasing multiple Southwest gift cards in a single order, each card will have the same personalization.
The only online distribution source for Southwest gift cards is Southwest.com. If you purchase a gift card elsewhere online, you risk receiving an invalid gift card.
No. All gift cards must be purchased by using one of the allowable forms of payment.
No. It does not expire and does not devalue over time.
No. A Southwest gift card can’t be replaced if lost, stolen, or destroyed.
No, but additional cards may be purchased at any time.
Email delivery of a gift card happens within 12 hours of purchase. You can choose to ship a Southwest gift card via USPS, which typically arrives in 4 to 7 business days. Or you can choose to ship via Federal Express Standard Overnight and, if ordered before 12 p.m. CST, the gift card will arrive the next business day.
A Southwest gift card may be used for travel with us. It can only be redeemed at Southwest.com, in the Southwest mobile app, by calling Southwest, and at ticket counter locations. A gift card is not valid for the purchase of Southwest Vacations® packages, cargo, hotel, rental car, Southwest merchandise, EarlyBird Check-In®, additional gift cards, inflight purchases, or group tickets.
You can view gift card terms and conditions here. Visit the page to learn more about purchasing, delivering, and redeeming gift cards.