What did I pay (points) for that flight?

Old Mar 27, 18, 2:48 pm
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What did I pay (points) for that flight?

Is there a way to see what I paid in points for a flight that has been booked after the fact?
For instance if SWA is having a sale and I booked my ticket a month ago I need to see if the fare has gone down. Any (easy) way to do it?
Thanks
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Old Mar 27, 18, 3:00 pm
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Check your email and I believe it will be on there. They have been making it harder to find, I believe, because they don't really want you to re-fare.
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In the e-mail receipt, under "Cost and Payment Summary".

You will see "Payment Information
Payment Type: <Number of Points> Rapid Rewards Points <RR Number>"
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Old Mar 27, 18, 3:02 pm
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Originally Posted by mile ho View Post
Check your email and I believe it will be on there. They have been making it harder to find, I believe, because they don't really want you to re-fare.
The total is there but not for each leg.
What i typically do is resend the e-mail to myself with the breakdown of each flight but if I forget to do that then I was wondering of an alternative method.
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Old Mar 27, 18, 3:04 pm
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Go to account and recent activity. Personally I make a list as we often have 4 or 5 flights booked
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Old Mar 27, 18, 3:05 pm
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Originally Posted by pkerr View Post
Is there a way to see what I paid in points for a flight that has been booked after the fact?
For instance if SWA is having a sale and I booked my ticket a month ago I need to see if the fare has gone down. Any (easy) way to do it?
Thanks

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Old Mar 27, 18, 3:54 pm
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Thanks everyone for the suggestions. List above is nice for what was paid for a RT but not to much help if I'm trying to figure out one leg.
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Old Mar 27, 18, 3:54 pm
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Old Mar 27, 18, 4:04 pm
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Originally Posted by pkerr View Post
Thanks everyone for the suggestions. List above is nice for what was paid for a RT but not to much help if I'm trying to figure out one leg.

You should only be booking one way flights like I do.................
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Old Mar 27, 18, 5:50 pm
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Originally Posted by flyer4512 View Post
You should only be booking one way flights like I do.................
Good point...
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Old Mar 27, 18, 7:16 pm
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I believe it will tell you when you go to refare before you confirm.
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Old Mar 28, 18, 7:36 am
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Originally Posted by Cledaybuck View Post
I believe it will tell you when you go to refare before you confirm.
True but I'd have to refare every single flight to see if there were any changes. I could be a very time consuming task if I had a lot of flights.
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Old Mar 28, 18, 1:39 pm
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Originally Posted by pkerr View Post
The total is there but not for each leg.
What i typically do is resend the e-mail to myself with the breakdown of each flight but if I forget to do that then I was wondering of an alternative method.
Thanks
That's yet another reason to book flights as one-way, rather than roundtrip.
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Old Mar 28, 18, 3:19 pm
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With multiple flights booked into the future for myself and family members this can be hard to keep track of. I keep a ledger book next to my computer and record any flights booked, the date, destination, which flight number I booked (sometimes with frequent flight times can't immediately recall which departure I booked) what dollar or point amount at which I booked. I book everything one way. When I check repricing it makes it very easy. After calling to get the credit I record the travel fund amount to be used and have a column to record when it is used as well. This system makes it very easy to manage flights for 5 people. Hope that helps.
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Old Apr 2, 18, 11:37 pm
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You could have CS&S split all your RTs into separate OWs. New Email confirmations would tell you how many points were paid in each direction.
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