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$150 Southwest gift card for $135 + email delivery @ eBay

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Fix your post. It's 150 not 100
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You mean $150 for $135.
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Op, please correct the title to $150 for 135$
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100 for 135 is a ripoff
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I'd rather just donate $35 to a worthy cause
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Why would I want to pay an Xtra $35?
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Great deal...how many cards can you use in one transecrion
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Great deal...how many cards can you use in one transecrion
4. That's 4 forms of payment total, so 3 GC and 1 CC if your balance exceeds 4 GC. Otherwise 4 GC if it covers the full balance.
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Oos right now
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There are ways around this. Just a lot of work
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4. That's 4 forms of payment total, so 3 GC and 1 CC if your balance exceeds 4 GC. Otherwise 4 GC if it covers the full balance.
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There are ways around this. Just a lot of work
Apparently they dropped it to 3 now, but yeah I know buying and cancelling can be done for credit but it's not worth it to me. And credit can only be used for that specific booked passenger. All the same, apparently some time last year they limited it to 3 forms of payment rather than 4. Sorry for the misinformation.
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I bought 5 no problem...when in stock
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If you already have a trip booked, will southwest allow you to change method of payment without canceling/rebooking?
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