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Charge on my credit card.

Charge on my credit card.

  1. Anonymous

    I booked my flight on 16th of November,2016. I the charge appear as a pending charge for a few day on my credit card but yesterday it simply dropped off. On Lufthansa website I show my etic number confirmation and everything else but I have not been charged.
    Is this normal?

  2. Gaurav

    I’ve noticed a lag sometimes when charges disappear for a couple of days before they move from pending to confirmed. I would check back in a couple of days.

  3. David W

    That does happen. Wait a few days like [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER] is suggesting.

    However, I once changed dates on UA award itinerary, which incurs a $100 fee (neither the traveler nor the account I booked with has any kind of UA status and before all the recent “[I]enhancements”[/I]). The charge was pending for a few days before dropping off. It never show up again and travel was completed without any issues at all.

  4. David W

    To be on the safe side though, save all confirmations, including payment receipts, itineraries showing the PNR and eticket numbers, just in case problems do come up.

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