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Have AA e-voucher that’s expiring in 2 days

Have AA e-voucher that’s expiring in 2 days

  1. Luis

    Can I purchase a “Choice Plus” ticket which I think is AA’s refundable fare for sometime later in the year and then just cancel to get credit back? Will that work to extend the expiration of my e-voucher?

  2. Gaurav

    According to the terms listed here:

    [URL]https://www.aa.com/i18n/utility/FAQs/reservations-tickets.jsp[/URL]

    it says:

    Can I get a refund on travel purchased with an eVoucher?

    The terms are governed by the rules that apply to the specific fare you have purchased. If a refundable fare was purchased, the amount may be refunded in the form of a paper voucher.

    Doesn’t seem like you have much to lose. Try it and let us know if it works!

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