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According to the tourist site Spain-GranCanaria, you'll be fine. However, you'll need to show ID as well when you pay with such a card. The use of major credit cards is widespread among local shops, making shopping easier. This is also the easiest way of having money without having to carry large amounts of cash, which minimises the damages in case ...


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The term Prepayment covers any payment made prior to arriving at the hotel. From ebookers.com terms it seems that their prepayment is done at the time of booking. Others such as Agoda have a variable policies as to when they will bill your credit card, sometimes at booking, sometimes at a set date prior to your arrival (like a week before or two weeks ...


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From ebookers.com: For all products apart from certain hotels full payment is required at the time of booking in order secure your reservation. For hotel rates that do not require prepayment, your credit or debit card typically would be charged at check-out. From the above, it clearly means that you have fully paid for the hotel already, and you ...


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As stated in this answer, it depends on the airline. In your case however it seems you won't be asked for a credit card. However, I have a general piece of advice for you, based on my personal experience. When in doubt, you should carry a scanned copy of the credit card, and a declaration, signed by the card owner, which states that you are allowed to use ...


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While a few years old, this article on how some airlines require credit cards at check in states that American Airlines does not have this policy of requesting the card at check in. And given you can now even print your boarding pass at home, there certainly doesn't appear to be a requirement for this.


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Short answer: no. Even paying with a credit card at all is optional as American Airlines accepts PayPal. Your mother may be asked to present a credit card if she is presented with the option of an upgrade and wants to take advantage of it and she may be asked for a credit card if she wants to buy snacks on the flight but she does not need to present the ...


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OTAs usually allow third party payments, but it is normally the 3rd party that does the booking ie: your relative makes a booking and pays for it with on your behalf. That way their address, contact and payment information is in the record and you are listed as the room occupant only. In your case, you have already made the booking so your address and ...


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I'm from Slovakia and have traveled to Poland quite often. I now live in the US and visit Slovakia with US bank-issued credit cards. First, you need Euro in Slovakia. The only place in Slovakia where Polish currency would be usable would be the restroom. You can bring cash in USD and exchange it for Euro in banks or even better in places called Zmenaren ...



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