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Isn't this better than them not refunding you at all like 99% of the air carriers do? Your same situation would arise if you were to pay with cc. They don't refund your cc, they refund your account for credit towards a future booking....
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I recommend against using Southwest GCs. Say you buy a GC and book a trip today for December. Come December and you need to cancel for some reason. Your funds will expire mar 13 (one year after first using them)of 2019 regardless of when was the inded trip.
The funds must be used before march 13 of 2019 in that scenario.
Not only that, if you paid for 2 tickets (2 diff people), the funds most likely will be allocated half and half, so when you cancel, you need to reuse in exactly the same fashion for the 2 exact same people. e.g. $50 in your ticket and $50 in your wives.
I bought last year 2 x $150 and it seems I'm going to lose all that because of that reason. It's pretty farked up if you ask me. I'm going to fight Southwest and see what i can get. These are shady terms
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Just in time for me as i need to book a flight to ATL.

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I recommend against using Southwest GCs. Say you buy a GC and book a trip today for December. Come December and you need to cancel for some reason. Your funds will expire mar 13 (one year after first using them)of 2019 regardless of when was the inded trip.
The funds must be used before march 13 of 2019 in that scenario.
Not only that, if you paid for 2 tickets (2 diff people), the funds most likely will be allocated half and half, so when you cancel, you need to reuse in exactly the same fashion for the 2 exact same people. e.g. $50 in your ticket and $50 in your wives.
I bought last year 2 x $150 and it seems I'm going to lose all that because of that reason. It's pretty farked up if you ask me. I'm going to fight Southwest and see what i can get. These are shady terms
Isn't this better than them not refunding you at all like 99% of the air carriers do? Your same situation would arise if you were to pay with cc. They don't refund your cc, they refund your account for credit towards a future booking....
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Isn't this better than them not refunding you at all like 99% of the air carriers do? Your same situation would arise if you were to pay with cc. They don't refund your cc, they refund your account for credit towards a future booking....
it is better, but still with hidden terms, like the ones I mentioned.
if you book with points and credit card, the CC portion is 100 refundable. I booked points + GC and that becomes a problem.
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Your funds will expire mar 13 (one year after first using them)of 2019 regardless of when was the inded trip.
So it's not the case that the gift cards fund don't expire? Or only if it's a credit back to account?

EDIT: Oh I read online, it's the case for any cancelled nonrefundable flights.
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I recommend against using Southwest GCs. Say you buy a GC and book a trip today for December. Come December and you need to cancel for some reason. Your funds will expire mar 13 (one year after first using them)of 2019 regardless of when was the inded trip.
The funds must be used before march 13 of 2019 in that scenario.
Not only that, if you paid for 2 tickets (2 diff people), the funds most likely will be allocated half and half, so when you cancel, you need to reuse in exactly the same fashion for the 2 exact same people. e.g. $50 in your ticket and $50 in your wives.
I bought last year 2 x $150 and it seems I'm going to lose all that because of that reason. It's pretty farked up if you ask me. I'm going to fight Southwest and see what i can get. These are shady terms
Isn't that exactly the same policy whether you buy with a gift card or with a credit card?
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Isn't that exactly the same policy whether you buy with a gift card or with a credit card?
Yes, as far as I know. We bought tickets (paid with cc). Fare went down and we got a smallish credit. I thought the credit was good one year from the flight but it was good one year from the date the original flight was purchased (if I remember correctly) but definitely not one year from the date of the flight. Therefore, I had a fewer months to redeem and therefore we weren't really able to use that credit as we had no trips in that time frame.
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I recommend against using Southwest GCs. Say you buy a GC and book a trip today for December. Come December and you need to cancel for some reason. Your funds will expire mar 13 (one year after first using them)of 2019 regardless of when was the inded trip.
The funds must be used before march 13 of 2019 in that scenario.
Not only that, if you paid for 2 tickets (2 diff people), the funds most likely will be allocated half and half, so when you cancel, you need to reuse in exactly the same fashion for the 2 exact same people. e.g. $50 in your ticket and $50 in your wives.
I bought last year 2 x $150 and it seems I'm going to lose all that because of that reason. It's pretty farked up if you ask me. I'm going to fight Southwest and see what i can get. These are shady terms
So...don't book your ticket until you're closer to the date you need it. Seems pretty self explanatory.

I hesitate on buying these giftcards because of others reports of people stealing their gc's from paypal gc's
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in for one thanks op
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Southwest allows only 2 gift cards per booking...
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Southwest allows only 2 gift cards per booking...
You sure? Because I just applied 3 like 15 minutes ago... Wish I would've seen this then, as I still had to pay $100 extra since the flights were $400 and change.
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Southwest allows only 2 gift cards per booking...
You can use 4 payment methods. But the important note is that the 4th must cover the balance of your trip. So after 3 giftcards, if you still owe $105 and you have a $100 giftcard, you can not use that last one. You must cover all $105, so a credit card is typically your last method.

This is why people who fly Southwest often use the "one way only" method (there's a better name but it escapes me). By booking 2x one way tickets, you can now use 8 payment methods. There is no discount for booking round trips on Southwest.
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You can use 4 payment methods. But the important note is that the 4th must cover the balance of your trip. So after 3 giftcards, if you still owe $105 and you have a $100 giftcard, you can not use that last one. You must cover all $105, so a credit card is typically your last method.

This is why people who fly Southwest often use the "one way only" method (there's a better name but it escapes me). By booking 2x one way tickets, you can now use 8 payment methods. There is no discount for booking round trips on Southwest.
I booked a flight 4 days back and was able to apply 5 gift cards + credit card.
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