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salmoneous
11-03-2006, 02:08 PM
OK, so it's Vegas and not Disney, but I just got my "A" pass and am out of here tomorrow. Yay me. But just wanted to share one thing you guys will understand.

5 minutes ago: I've got my reservation number up and am ready to log-in at exactly 24-hours.

Invalid Reservation Number????

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Invalid Reservation Number!!!

Ack. Time is clicking away. What's wrong? What's wrong? Hmm, take a look at the small print - "Southwest uses the letters Oh and El in reservation numbers and doesn't use the numbers zero or one. "

Doh!

Quickly fixed and I've still got the 5th pass. And while I do appreciate the note Southwest, but could you guys just keep any 0's, 1's, O's or l's out of the reservation number altogether?

Thanks

I'mNoPrince
11-03-2006, 02:43 PM
I hear you I was logiing in on my cell while riding the front of the mono-rail Monday night. I could barely make out my note and DD was trying to distract me ( it's a game that I get the top 10 and I haven't lost yet). I ended up with 3,4&5

Have fun in Vegas we went last year for a few days and had a blast.

bdcp
11-03-2006, 08:17 PM
FYI, I just got back from Vegas this past Sunday (On Ted) into Dulles and the SW lines were the longest at McCarran than any other airline. SW has added routes (Dulles is one) and they were the busiest. Luggage retrieval is slow, and the airport is busy, but we had a great time. We were there for a week and came out about $5 ahead. We were really there for my DH's company annual meeting. Have fun!

calypso*a*go-go
11-04-2006, 11:44 AM
I feel your pain...I always have a problem where it takes me a couple of times to get the online check-in to show up. I've learned to quit hitting the back button to try again and just start over. For whatever reason, it always works when I do that.

calypso*a*go-go
11-04-2006, 11:46 AM
Also, how do you know what number pass you have? I've never seen anything that shows it...is it in the middle of a larger number somewhere?

salmoneous
11-08-2006, 11:16 AM
Also, how do you know what number pass you have? I've never seen anything that shows it...is it in the middle of a larger number somewhere? It's just a stand alone number on the (think, think, think) bottom left of the pass. You wouldn't know what it stands for unless someone told you.