Post all SW code request, questions, etc. here....

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  1. rubybpc

    rubybpc It's all about Disney

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    Yes, different reservation #s but you book together.
    If u don't need that many points to completely cover the cost u can buy points but sometimes it's cheaper to pay cash depends how much u get them for. You cannot apply RR from other accounts. Sign up for Ding! And stalk the website I got 6 one way tickets for 4k each! I'm hoping to get a good discount for or return flights too. DH and I both applied separately so we have 100k but need to book 6 RT.
     
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  3. amomma23

    amomma23 DIS Veteran

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    Thanks for answering my ramble! My daughter and I each have a $37 credit and my husband and 2 boys have $17 credits. Can we apply these and pay with points or do you have to pay cash to use the credit?
     
  4. jenseib

    jenseib Mommy to Claire

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    You can only use those for the 911 fee part because you would have to pay cash for those.
     
  5. amomma23

    amomma23 DIS Veteran

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    Thanks :goodvibes
     
  6. Cindironi

    Cindironi Mouseketeer

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    Hi,
    Just wondering if anyone has flown SW from Greenville-Spartanburg, SC to Orlando(direct flight)? My family is going to Orlando on Dec. 18th and would like to get some feedback from anyone that has flown from this airport on SW.
    Thanks in advance!!
     
  7. ewerstruly

    ewerstruly DIS Veteran

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    Where do people get these SW codes? I would love to have one for our Dec. 21 return trip. We got our tickets there for $108, but couldn't get that price on the way home so I held out for a sale. Hope prices don't keep going up. My brother is a Sw pilot, and I know nothing about codes ... But then he never shares anything with me :). Can anyone else help?
     
  8. poohj80

    poohj80 Got Hunny?

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    We had same issue but found a matching low fare on Delta for our return. RT total per person ended up $170 each splitting between SW and Delta.
     
  9. TJDisneymama

    TJDisneymama DIS Veteran

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    it seems like all the emails I get with codes/discounts are for flights coming up in the near future - like less than a month out. IDK if they put out codes for use with flights 6 months away.
     
  10. debjk4

    debjk4 Mouseketeer

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    We are very much newbies to flying! I understand the boarding procedure but when we get into the airplane, will there be four seats across to sit in? Not really sure what the inside of the plane looks like~ can't find it on Southwest's site??:confused3
     
  11. ash&abby'smom

    ash&abby'smom Princess Ballerinas<br><font color=deeppink>Love,

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    Our flights have always been 3 seats on each side. So when it's just 4 of us flying, we do 2 and 2.
     
  12. poohj80

    poohj80 Got Hunny?

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    Even though there are 3 seats on each side of the aisle usually, there's no guarantee you will find 4 seats in the same row available so I ditto the suggestion above to try for 2 and 2.
     
  13. DisneyClown

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    I just did my 24 hour checkin and got B boarding passes. I do have a 4 year old and a 1 year old. Will they still let us board at the end of A group even though I bought my kids adult fares? Will I have to bring their birth certificates to prove their ages?
     
  14. Cmbar

    Cmbar DIS Veteran

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    You will be able to board between A and B. I wouldn't think you need their birth certificates if it is obvious you have a one year old.. :thumbsup2
     
  15. DisneyClown

    DisneyClown DIS Veteran

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    Thanks!
     
  16. TinyDancer

    TinyDancer DIS Veteran

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    Are there any SW codes right now?
     
  17. lindsey

    lindsey DIS Veteran

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    Has anyone had any problems with the 24hour check in from a droid phone app instead of computer?
     
  18. ford91exploder

    ford91exploder Mouseketeer

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    SW check in sequence

    T-Minus 36:00

    A-List Preferred, A-List, Early-Bird

    T-Minus 24:00

    Everyone else

    T-Minus 1:30

    Checkin only at airport and you get C (for Center:rotfl2:)

    T-Minus 0:00

    Off to visit the Kingdom of the Mouse!



     
  19. zuzu310

    zuzu310 DIS Veteran

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    So my son will be 2 when we go next year so we will need to buy him a seat this time. Which is cheaper:buying him a child's airfare or buying the tickets I need on the day they release them even if they are adult tickets? TIA
     
  20. jenseib

    jenseib Mommy to Claire

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    Usually childs fare is based on a full price ticket and then a percentage off. You are usually better off buying whatever sale price is released. (like the wanna get away rates)
     
  21. culli

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    No I have used it close to a dozen times but if you are a second early plan on entering your info again.
     

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