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TL;DR - Depends, on your pre-paid card, the hotel, and how you book the hotel. There are a few different charges to consider here: Pre-payment of the room at/shortly after booking Holding the room on a flexible booking Deposit at checkin Room charge, meals, drinks, extras etc at checkout With many OTAs and hotel websites, if you make a non flexible ...


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I did some research and could find information about the standards of Hilton Hotel Chain. They are one of the leading hotel chains and might set the standards for smaller hotel chains. Hilton offers also an American Express Prepaid credit card. See link: Hilton AMEX prepaid card. And you would expect that their own prepaid credit card would be acceptable ...


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Your first obstacle with a far future return date will be the airline having to make sure your visa/wiaver status allows you to stay that long in the USA. Airlines are mandated to check that aspect and required to deny boarding if you don't qualify. Why not cancel the one way return ticket and apply its value towards your next trip and simply buy the ...


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Yes, there's nothing stopping you. From my understanding of the question, you have a need for: flight to the US (A) flight back (B) - already booked and are considering (C) another flight back to be combined with A to make a return ticket, which you'll use at a later date. All your tickets are just that - tickets for flights on day X, Y or Z. If you ...


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There are different classes of air tickets. Going straight to the point, ECONOMY M belongs to a category booked in advance and for which refund is possible.


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I can't tell you what they would actually do, but I'm going to quote from the T&C anyway, because that's what lays out what they're legally obliged to do. And, alas, the answer is basically nothing. Boldface mine: The Hosts, not Airbnb, are solely responsible for honoring any confirmed bookings and making available any Accommodations reserved ...



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