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When you can’t use a ticket?

When you can’t use a ticket?

  1. Anonymous

    Hey Lucky & Team,

    So I was supposed to go on vacation with my partner but that ended! Booking vacations in relationships is always a crap shoot I guess.

    Now I have decided to go somewhere else with friends to forget and try to have fun. The first set of tickets weren’t even worth enough to cancel so now I have two sets of tickets for the same day at the same airport, just going to two different locations.

    Can I check into both, but only fly on one and still get the mileage for each one? They are different times?

    Just curious.


  2. Anonymous

    Sorry to hear about the situation. 🙁 You shouldn’t have issues checking in for the itinerary you’re actually taking, even though you’re also booked on another one. That being said, you can only earn miles for itineraries you’re actually flying, so you couldn’t collect miles for the ticket you’re not flying on.

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