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Old Jun 20, 10, 9:45 am
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Credit was more than I expected

A couple of weeks ago I called Jetblue and received the credit because the price went down. I am flying from JFK to SRQ in August and purchased 4 one-way tickets a while ago. The price went down $25 per ticket so I was expecting a total credit of $100 ($25* 4) but got more. The Jetblue rep said she found even cheaper rates and so I got a total of $200 in credits ($50 credit per person) as opposed to the $100 total. I am not complaining but still can't figure out why I got the $50 per person credit. Since I'd booked the airfare over a month ago, I have been checking almost daily to see if the price has gone down for the day of my travel (along with looking at the fare a few days before and after my scheduled travel date) - and still I find only the $25 price change.
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Old Jun 20, 10, 3:16 pm
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Originally Posted by shebjo View Post
A couple of weeks ago I called Jetblue and received the credit because the price went down. I am flying from JFK to SRQ in August and purchased 4 one-way tickets a while ago. The price went down $25 per ticket so I was expecting a total credit of $100 ($25* 4) but got more. The Jetblue rep said she found even cheaper rates and so I got a total of $200 in credits ($50 credit per person) as opposed to the $100 total. I am not complaining but still can't figure out why I got the $50 per person credit. Since I'd booked the airfare over a month ago, I have been checking almost daily to see if the price has gone down for the day of my travel (along with looking at the fare a few days before and after my scheduled travel date) - and still I find only the $25 price change.
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Are you searching for a single passenger or for all 4? In some cases JetBlue offers a discount on fares if multiple passengers are on the same reservation. That might be what's involved.
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Old Jun 20, 10, 9:05 pm
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JetBlue doesn't offer a multiple passenger discount (Get-it-Together fares). That went away with the switch to Sabre.
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