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📲🎑 Southwest Airlines🎑💠【((8705966600))】🔮📲“Flight” Date Change Number 📲🔮📲USA-2023
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Change a paid Southwest reservation
There might be a situation where you want to change your upcoming Southwest AirLines reservation instead of cancelling. While this is possible for some reservations, the structure works similarly to cancelling and rebooking.
As I discussed above, there are three different reservation types: basic economy, nonrefundable and refundable.
Basic economy tickets do not allow flight changes. Instead, you'll need to cancel your Southwest flight (with the associated fees discussed above) and then book your desired flight.
But, you can change non refundable and refundable reservations without going through the hassle of cancelling and rebooking. You'll be charged the same fees as cancelling a flight for nonrefundable fares ($0 to $500, depending on where the flight originates). But, for fully refundable flights, there's no fee to change your flight.
If the flight price has gone up, you'll need to pay the fare difference in both circumstances. But, if your flight has gone down in price, you'll end up with an eCredit for the difference in the price paid and the new fare cost. According to the Southwest refund policy, fully refundable flights will receive the price difference back to their form of payment.
Even if you're not looking to change your flight, if you notice that your originally scheduled flight has gone down in price, you can go through the change process to receive the difference back. To do this, select your same flight by following the "change flight" process below.
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Changing a Southwest reservation booked with miles follows the same policies as paid reservations. As such, basic economy awards can't be changed and instead need to be canceled (with the respective fees) and then rebooked.
You can change to a different flight for no fee on all other tickets. However, you'll need to pay the difference in miles if your flight costs more. Alternatively, if the number of miles required has dropped, you'll receive the difference back into your account. Similar to paid fares, this policy will help you reprice an award ticket if your flight has decreased in miles.
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In 2021, Southwest made customer-friendly improvements for those looking to change their flight last minute — which means within 24 hours of the originally scheduled departure. There are two options for flights within the Southwest States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands: same-day confirmed and same-day standby.
If your flight has gone up in price, utilising one of these two options will save you more money than simply changing your flight to the more expensive flight. Unfortunately, these options are not available if you have a basic economy ticket.
For same-day confirmed changes, if a seat in your originally purchased fare class (or a downgraded fare class) is available, you can change your ticket to a confirmed seat on a new flight (for the same day of travel with the same the departure and arrival cities). The cost is $75, or complimentary for those with Southwest Diamond, Platinum or Gold status. You can confirm a same-day seat through your account on the Southwest App.
If the same-day confirmed option isn't available, you can use same-day standby to wait for a seat on an earlier flight on the same day as your original flight. Southwest will keep your original reservation intact unless it can assign you a seat on the earlier flight. There is no fee for this option.
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Changing an Southwest flight can be done online through your Southwest account. The start of the process is similar to if you were to cancel your flight.
In your Southwest account's "My trip" section, you'll see your upcoming flights. Similar to cancelling a flight, you'll want to click the "Modify" button in the specific itinerary you need to change. You'll then want to select the "Start flight change" button.
Once you select your new flight, the right-side rail will inform you of the difference in miles — if there is a difference — and your total cost or refund. Southwest s will also tell you if there's a difference in the taxes and fees. You then must click the "Complete change" button on the bottom to confirm your change.
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Southwest AirLines goes through schedule changes quite often. If you have a flight that you need to cancel or change, you might be better off waiting to see if there is a schedule change. After all, a schedule change may let you change or cancel your flight easier or with fewer fees.
Even though America has done away with most fees, a few ticket types still incur a fee, such as basic economy tickets. But, a schedule change may let you change to another flight with no fare difference. It can also allow you to get a full refund to your original form of payment — if you want to cancel — instead of an eCredit.
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Usually, you'll receive an email when there's a schedule change. Southwest s will usually notify you if your flight qualifies for a fee waiver. Or, if you see one of the following situations occur, you can call Southwest and request a new flight as well:
A delay of 120 minutes or more.
A change in the routing of a scheduled Southwest flight that adds one or more stops to the original itinerary.
A change in equipment from Southwest Mainline to Southwest Connection carrier.
Any change that causes a misconnect.
If a flight cancels and no comparable or acceptable routing is available within 120 minutes.
If any of the above situations happen, you can opt for a new flight on the same day as the originally scheduled flight. The flight has to be the same origin and destination and the same class of service. Previously, Southwest allowed you to change to a flight one day before or after, but this is no longer the case.
The above scenarios may also unlock the possibility of a full refund on a nonrefundable ticket.
Related: How to change or cancel an Southwest Airlines flight
Southwest 's cancellation policy is now extremely customer friendly if you need to cancel or change an upcoming flight. For flights originating in North America, there's no fee to cancel a flight as long as you don't hold a basic economy ticket.
Thanks to the current Southwest refund policy, paid fares will receive an eCredit (unless you booked a fully refundable fare) and those booked on miles will see the full amount of miles deposited back into their account.
Although Southwest used to have one of the most stringent policies, it's nice to see that it has come around to making flight cancellations and changes easier for its members. This helps travellers book a flight even if they aren't 100% sure of their upcoming plans — especially when redeeming miles.
How to cancel a Southwest flight - a step-by-step guide
The easiest way to cancel a Southwest Air flight is online. Visit Southwest.com and make sure you have your booking confirmation number to hand. You’ll find this on the email entitled ‘Your Flight Receipt’ sent to you after booking. Then, follow these steps¹:
Go to My Trips on the Southwest website
To locate your trip - enter your name, confirmation number, credit/debit card number, or your ticket number
Click ‘Need to Cancel?’ on the Trip Details page
Select ‘Start Flight Cancellation’ and follow the steps to complete the cancellation process.
Is it possible to cancel a Southwest Air flight and get a refund?
Southwest Air does offer refunds for cancellation, but only in particular circumstances. Whether you can get your money back can depend on when you booked and what type of ticket you have.
Cancel within the first 24 hours²
Southwest has a 24-Hour Risk-Free Cancellation Policy in place. This gives you the right to a full refund with no fees if you cancel your flight within the first 24 hours after booking. It gives you a chance to change your mind, which is useful if your plans change suddenly, or you’ve made a mistake with your booking.
To get your refund, you’ll need to have a qualifying eTicket. This is one purchased through the Southwest website, or at an official Southwest ticket office or airport ticket counter.
Go through the same process as above to cancel your booking on the Southwest website. You should receive a full refund automatically issued to the original payment method.
Cancel a refundable ticket²
If you bought a refundable ticket, you’ll simply need to cancel your upcoming flight at Southwest.com.
Then, still in the My Trips area of the website, request a refund. The payment will be issued to your original payment method. You should also be able to see the status of any refund requests here.
Cancel a non-refundable ticket²
Have a non-refundable ticket? Unfortunately, if you cancel, you won’t be able to receive a refund sent back to your original payment method.
But there is some good news. You can still redeem some of the value of your ticket, minus cancellation fees (we’ll look at these in more detail next). You’ll get an eCredit which you can put towards a future flight booking with Southwest.
Does Southwest charge cancellation fees?
Southwest Air does charge cancellation fees for certain non-refundable tickets. These start from $99² depending on the itinerary for your booking. This will be deducted from any eCredit you receive after cancelling your flight.
However, there are some exceptions to this policy. You won’t be charged a cancellation fee if²:
You buy a Southwest Main Cabin or above ticket for travel within the US, Puerto Rico or US Virgin Islands
You buy a Southwest Main Cabin or above ticket for flights taking off from the Southwest States, Canada, Europe, Africa or the Caribbean to anywhere in the world.
How to amend a Southwest Air flight
If you don’t want to cancel your flight altogether, you can amend it instead. This can also be a good option for people with non-refundable tickets, who want to swerve the cancellation fee.
Southwest no longer charges change fees for flights originating from the US, Canada, Europe, Africa and the Caribbean³. You may still have to pay the difference in price, if any.
However, you may pay fees to amend your booking if your flight originates anywhere outside these named regions. If you make changes during the 24-Hour Risk-Free Cancellation Period, you’ll only have to pay any difference in price³.
Now, here’s how to make a change to your Southwest flight¹:
Head to My Trips on the Southwest website
Enter your confirmation number to locate your trip
On the Trip Details page, select ‘Change or Add Flights’
View and select new flight options
You’ll be shown any difference in price along with applicable change fees. If the new flight costs less, you may be issued with a Southwest eCredit.
Pay any additional costs and confirm the change.
How to contact Southwest customer services
Need help cancelling your booking or have a question about refunds? Here’s how to get in touch with Southwest’s customer services team⁴:
Call (1-8705966600) (8705966600 for SkyMiles Members)
Send a message on the Southwest website.
Get travel spending sorted with the Wise card
When the time comes for you to take your flight, make sure you take the Wise card with you in your carry-on.
This clever card automatically converts your US dollars to the local currency wherever you are. It does this at the mid-market rate, giving you the best deal. There’s only a small conversion fee to pay, or it’s free if you already have the currency in your Wise account⁵.
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