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Why no comments? It is a slick deal right? I bought 4.
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Why no comments? It is a slick deal right?
Yes, bought one to pay for taxes on my Cancun trip using points and companion pass. Each person is about $35 in taxes each way which you can use gift cards to cover.
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Bought one. Thanks
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Bought 2. Thanks OP!
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good deal. Got 2. Thanks!
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Hi, Everyone! I have been on Slickdeals for a while and this is the first time I've felt compelled to post. I would stay away from this deal unless you are ok with the risk of losing the price of the card. Southwest considers gift cards to be non-refundable in any form. If you book a flight with these and then cancel (regardless of the reason), you WILL lose the funds. I had a really bad experience with Southwest in early February where I had two flights cancelled back to back over 3 days; when I eventually had to take a train to get home, Southwest was only willing to credit me funds that were paid by credit card without any compensation for the lost gift cards.
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Why no comments? It is a slick deal right? I bought 4.
It's always this price every time I stumble upon it anywhere,saw it on Ebay yesterday looking at pillows or something.
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Hi, Everyone! I have been on Slickdeals for a while and this is the first time I've felt compelled to post. I would stay away from this deal unless you are ok with the risk of losing the price of the card. Southwest considers gift cards to be non-refundable in any form. If you book a flight with these and then cancel (regardless of the reason), you WILL lose the funds. I had a really bad experience with Southwest in early February where I had two flights cancelled back to back over 3 days; when I eventually had to take a train to get home, Southwest was only willing to credit me funds that were paid by credit card without any compensation for the lost gift cards.
That's an interesting issue. I am surprised southwest has such a hard stance on this...
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That's an interesting issue. I am surprised southwest has such a hard stance on this...
That's not been my experience. When you cancel a SW flight paid for with a gift card, you get the refund as a travel credit that has to be used on another SW flight for the same passenger within 1 year. So you lose some flexibility, but don't lose the funds entirely.
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It says estimated delivery 3/5, does that make sense if it comes via email? - NEVERMIND it says that but the code came right away.
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Bought 4, thanks!
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That's not been my experience. When you cancel a SW flight paid for with a gift card, you get the refund as a travel credit that has to be used on another SW flight for the same passenger within 1 year. So you lose some flexibility, but don't lose the funds entirely.
This is my experience as well.
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That's not been my experience. When you cancel a SW flight paid for with a gift card, you get the refund as a travel credit that has to be used on another SW flight for the same passenger within 1 year. So you lose some flexibility, but don't lose the funds entirely.
Same, southwest gives you travel credit which I believe expires in a year. I've had this happen before with gift cards no call required, just booked again a few months later for a different trip
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Hi, Everyone! I have been on Slickdeals for a while and this is the first time I've felt compelled to post. I would stay away from this deal unless you are ok with the risk of losing the price of the card. Southwest considers gift cards to be non-refundable in any form. If you book a flight with these and then cancel (regardless of the reason), you WILL lose the funds. I had a really bad experience with Southwest in early February where I had two flights cancelled back to back over 3 days; when I eventually had to take a train to get home, Southwest was only willing to credit me funds that were paid by credit card without any compensation for the lost gift cards.
Next time you book a flight, on the payment page, select "Apply Travel Funds". Then Under "Travel Funds" enter the confirmation of the flight you cancelled along with your name. The credit from the cancelled flight can be used towards this flight.
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