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Old 05-04-2013, 08:08 PM   #1
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Expiring Southwest credit

I have about $85 in credits and DH has about $72 and they expire in June. Our next flight isn't until August so we are out of luck Is there anything I can do with expiring credits?
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Old 05-04-2013, 09:50 PM   #2
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Did you ask the airline? JetBlue let us use ours to book a flight - as long as we booked before they expired we could travel later (we booked in March for our August trip bc credits expired in May). As long as you book (tying the credit to a new reservation) they may allow it.
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Once your credits expire, Southwest will let you extend them for six months. For a fee of $100 each; it just went up recently.
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You are out of luck with those credits. If less than $100 (or $75, maybe, see next paragraph) you are stuck.

However, FYI I called to extend one recently. They said it would be $100 to extend, and I commented, "I thought it was $75", and they charged me only $75, but said that they would not be able to extend that courtesy much longer.... But IF you could get that deal, you could get a $10 credit at least, maybe worth a try.
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