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Converstion rates for Airtran A+ credits transfer to Southwest Rewards?

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My husband and I recently applied for a Airtran Chase Visa because they were offering a "2 roundtrip flights" deal. Now we have 33 A+ credits, good for the two roundtrip flights. We don't really plan on using them right away, mostly because we live in Charlotte and Air Tran has basically cut all service out of CLT. I guess I should have done a better job of researching before applying for the card. All I'm trying to find out is if my 33 Air Tran points will translate into two free tickets on Southwest.

I'm an active member of several other FF programs and they are all fairly logical. For some reason I'm having a difficult time wrapping my mind around this converstion. I found something that said that one Air Tran credit equals one Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards point, but then on the Southwest website they refer to credits and not points. So confused...

Thanks!
Tracy

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