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roguejuror

night train
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Jan 24, 2010
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Anyone ever have one of these happen to them?

I book a nonstop American Airlines ticket to Las Vegas for $627.00 and American Airlines changes it to stopping in Dallas before continuing to Vegas.

They don’t email me or text me. They just change it on my AA app.

I feel like I should have some airline credit coming back to me.

Flight selection and affordability is at an all time low right now, no?
Through whom did you book it?
 

Blitty

guitartown
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Jan 27, 2010
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That’s some next level BULLSHIT @Tron

Seems like a flight you could have maybe found originally for sub 200 with a connection.

Might be worth it to call them and see if they’ll shoot you some AA miles or something.
 

Tron

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Jan 28, 2010
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That’s some next level BULLSHIT @Tron

Seems like a flight you could have maybe found originally for sub 200 with a connection.

Might be worth it to call them and see if they’ll shoot you some AA miles or something.
Innit some bs?!

I doubt sub 200 hundge with current air travel texture but definitely in the 4’s

I will call them on your suggestion.
 

Boner_18

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Have an alternative (preferably direct) itinerary on the same carrier ready as a suggested substitute. If they changed their schedule and they simply don't offer a direct flight (even on other days) you may be SOL. They're allowed to decomission routes/schedules. At worst you're entitled to a full refund.
 

roguejuror

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Jan 24, 2010
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Directly through American Airlines.

Not sure what can be done in this situation but I always avoid buying directly from the airline, or with a debit card. So in case of conflict I can pressure the agency or if nothing gets done pressure the credit card company.