Holding two tickets on the same day

Old Feb 7, 19, 7:19 pm
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Holding two tickets on the same day

I know some airlines are very aggressive about proactively cancelling tickets when they overlap, does anyone have personal experience with Iberia? I have two bookings (different destinations) on a day right now and am not sure which one I am going to end up using. I don't plan on holding them but a few days, and travel isn't for a few months.

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Old Feb 7, 19, 9:26 pm
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Different destinations should never be a problem.
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Old Feb 8, 19, 1:27 am
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No problem. (It could potentially be a problem if on the same flight)
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Old Feb 8, 19, 9:49 am
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No problem. (It could potentially be a problem if on the same flight)
Or multiple flights on the same route / date on a flex fare where it's obvious you're just gaming the system.
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Old Feb 8, 19, 12:28 pm
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Two completely separate destinations, one is the tail end of an AA ticketed flight the other is a single point flight that is Iberia ticketed. And to be clear, both are non-refundable so they've got my money either way.
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Old Feb 8, 19, 12:44 pm
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No issues at all even on the same destination. If you buy a ticket on 4 different flights MAD-BCN on the same day for example and they are ticketed NON REF then you will just be a no show. IB dont care you have paid them.
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Old Feb 8, 19, 1:28 pm
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Originally Posted by jmail1 View Post
Two completely separate destinations, one is the tail end of an AA ticketed flight the other is a single point flight that is Iberia ticketed. And to be clear, both are non-refundable so they've got my money either way.
If IB were to cancel, they'd have to give you your money back. So not going to happen...
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