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accepted Will Alaska always give credit for flights if both marketing and actual airline are partners?
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answered Will Alaska always give credit for flights if both marketing and actual airline are partners?
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comment Will Alaska always give credit for flights if both marketing and actual airline are partners?
@DJClayworth Ok I clarified the question again. I do think the web page is likely stating the rules accurately enough, but I'm wondering how often they are actually bent (ideally I'd like to hear from a real customer who's actually done this).
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comment Will Alaska always give credit for flights if both marketing and actual airline are partners?
Already realized that. Added clarification to my question to (hopefully) make it clear what I'm actually asking.
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comment Will Alaska always give credit for flights if both marketing and actual airline are partners?
Ok, generalized it a bit. Haven't called the airline 'cuz a) it's too late at night and b) if I wanted to talk to a person, I wouldn't posting here :-)
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revised Will Alaska always give credit for flights if both marketing and actual airline are partners?
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