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smilee Oct 16, 18 1:04 pm

Told can't use Companion ticket for Premium True??
 
Hello I was just told that it is not possible to use the Westjet Credit Card Companion certificate to purchase a premium ticket. Is this true??

I was wanting to use the certificate to fly to Europe. What about domestically in the new Premium, is it banned from those seats too?

Frequentlander Oct 16, 18 1:15 pm


Originally Posted by smilee (Post 30321735)
Hello I was just told that it is not possible to use the Westjet Credit Card Companion certificate to purchase a premium ticket. Is this true??

I was wanting to use the certificate to fly to Europe. What about domestically in the new Premium, is it banned from those seats too?

From the Westjet Website (bolding mine):

"Valid on all published Basic, Econo, EconoFlex, Premium, and PremiumFlex fares wholly marketed and operated by WestJet, including seat sales. Not valid on Member Exclusive, Business or BusinessFlex fares. The same fare type must be booked for both member and companion."

So Premium yes. Business, no.

smilee Oct 16, 18 1:21 pm

Thanks for the quick reply. Was confused with Business and Premium. Now I know!

Business - No
Premium - Yes

Cheers

CanuckFlyHigh Oct 16, 18 2:58 pm

What about the WS Gold Companion certificate?

Frequentlander Oct 16, 18 3:01 pm


Originally Posted by CanuckFlyHigh (Post 30322174)
What about the WS Gold Companion certificate?

I checked the website for that too. Same story - which is a disappointment.


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