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Today when I opened my mailbox, a pretty envelope addressed to my wife was sitting inside. After looking it over, I was overcome with joy to see that it was a Valentine’s Day card from Southwest & Chase.
The joy quickly subsided though when I remembered that this unexpected expression of LUV was addressed to my wife. I couldn’t wait for her to come home. I had to open it. As I peaked inside my suspicions were confirmed.
They were trying to replace me as her beloved with messages like, “Be My Valentine”, & “U R Sweet”! Additionally, they gave her four coupons for free booze the next time she flies. How can I compete with that?
Spouses of the travel world, let this be a lesson. Intercept those insidious free drink coupons before your valentine is forever lost to Chase & Southwest! Teach them a lesson the next time you fly by getting drunk for free and telling the whole plane about their insidious plan!
If your valentine didn’t receive these vouchers then I am sorry. Maybe they just aren’t as special as my wife! Happy Valentine’s Day Jasmine! I Love You! =)
Note: The vouchers appear to be sent out to Southwest cardholders. There is no indication for which card they are sending these out since my wife holds both a personal and business version. Each of the four vouchers expires on 12/31/14 and appear to be generic since they don’t have anyone’s name on them!
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