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Redemption Help: How do I know a redemption has been ticketed (correctly)?

Redemption Help: How do I know a redemption has been ticketed (correctly)?

Old Dec 16, 08, 1:16 pm
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How do I know a redemption has been ticketed (correctly)?

Just off the phone with the ICC, having booked a miles+cash BUSINESS reward on SQ (HKG-SIN rtn) for a rather sweet 22500 miles + 150 cash + 43 tax + 4 CC charge.

They gave me the 6 character booking reference, and to my request to "please ticket this straight away" they replied that yes, it would be in less than 24 hours.

So, what do I do now? How do I confirm the booking has been ticketed? Also, do I have a way of selecting seats?

Thanks.
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Old Dec 16, 08, 1:21 pm
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Go to www.checkmytrip.com

Enter the 6-digit reference and your surname.

Check your name is spelt correctly, and also the dates/flight numbers are correct.

Once it's been ticketed, you'll see a line in bold like this:

Document 236-XXXXXXXX


All's done then

EDIT: To select seats, you'll need to phone SQ.

Last edited by seattle29; Dec 16, 08 at 1:26 pm
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Old Dec 16, 08, 1:32 pm
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Fab, thanks!

Perhaps this question, and thread, could be added to the FAQ sticky?
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Old Dec 16, 08, 2:26 pm
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How do I know a redemption has been ticketed (correctly)?
You know when you successfully board the plane, get a seat, and it takes off.
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Old Dec 16, 08, 2:44 pm
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As for the question of "Has it been ticketed properly?", you can phone the operating airline, ask them to pull up the e-ticket record, and to compare whether the e-ticket record matches the PNR.
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