One Pass miles with new account

 
Old Sep 28, 06, 9:36 pm
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One Pass miles with new account

My father in law bought our honeymoon tickets and we wanted to sign up to OnePass so that we could get the miles. Can we still get the miles even though he paid for the tickets?
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Old Sep 28, 06, 9:48 pm
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Yes, just get some OnePass numbers and pop them in your reservation.
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Old Sep 28, 06, 9:54 pm
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Originally Posted by channa
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Yes, just get some OnePass numbers and pop them in your reservation.
How do you do that, because I went onto the site and looked but it did not look easy enough?
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Old Sep 28, 06, 9:59 pm
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After you get your OnePass number,

- Change or View reservation off the main page.

- Change Traveller Information

- Then fill in the frequent flyer information and save it.
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Old Sep 30, 06, 10:01 am
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Originally Posted by channa
After you get your OnePass number,

- Change or View reservation off the main page.

- Change Traveller Information

- Then fill in the frequent flyer information and save it.
First though, you will need to get your OnePass numbers placed in your reservation. If you cannot retrieve your reservation online, call CO Reservations and request they put your OnePass numbers in for you. Then you should be able to sign in to OnePass online and retrieve your reservation.

Welcome to OnePass, welcome to FT, and congrats on your nuptials! Lots of new beginnings for you...
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