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How / where to sell transferable ticket on Norwegian

Old Oct 31, 14, 1:23 pm
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How / where to sell transferable ticket on Norwegian

I have to cancel a 5 day trip to Sweden (JFK-ARN in early Nov 787 non-stops) and I called Norwegian's customer service line. They said I can change the name on the ticket for $60. Does anyone know of a good way to sell this ticket? Wondering if sites like Jumpflight are any good or better than CraigList...or if anyone has a better way to do this. The ticket is non-refundable and no credit for a future flight. Thanks in advance.
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Old Aug 8, 17, 10:19 am
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Did you ever get a reply? Norwegian is refusing to refund two tickets of family members when one of the passengers was diagnosed with cancer and is having a bone marrow transplant and therefore cannot fly per doctors orders. Does anyone have advice for how to get DY to refund the tickets or for where I can resell them? Thanks.
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Old Aug 8, 17, 10:25 am
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Originally Posted by bennytma View Post
Did you ever get a reply? Norwegian is refusing to refund two tickets of family members when one of the passengers was diagnosed with cancer and is having a bone marrow transplant and therefore cannot fly per doctors orders. Does anyone have advice for how to get DY to refund the tickets or for where I can resell them? Thanks.
If the ticket doesn't allow refunds, you can't "get" DY to refund you, some airlines allow refunds in such cases and some doesn't, this is where a travel insurance comes in handy. (which is also offered as part of the booking process in Norwegian website and called "Cancellation protection")
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