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Question 550

Discussion in 'questions. answers. conversations.' started by JD, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. JD

    JD Reader

    Hi Lucky, I booked a nonrefundable domestic one way ticket on US airways, but canceled it due to change in plans. US airways' cancellation policy wording is a bit confusing and I was hoping you'd be able to clarify - do I get what I paid back as an account credit (not credited back to my card) that can be used for any future travel, even if origin/destination are different?
  2. Lucky

    Lucky One Mile At A Time

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    @ JD -- Correct, you can apply it towards a future ticket, but you can't get a refund to your card.