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Changing a non-refundable ticket into a refundable one

Changing a non-refundable ticket into a refundable one

Old Jan 7, 10, 12:09 pm
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Changing a non-refundable ticket into a refundable one

A quick question for the gurus...if i change my non-refundable ticket to a refundable one (and pay the fare difference involved), what are my options if I don't use that new ticket? Can I apply the full value of that new ticket to another ticket for the next year? If yes, would they charge a change fee? I doubt I could get a refund for the whole amount since part of the ticket was originally a non-refundable fare...is that correct?
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Old Jan 7, 10, 12:18 pm
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If you pay the fare difference AND the penalty (both will be required usually), then the NEW fare rules become applicable, and you could use the ticket towards another/cancel it, etc.

If you KNOW you're NOT going to use the ticket, I'd cancel, pay the 150 penalty, and use the balance toward a new ticket later if possible.

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