Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 19 Nov 2013
Total posts 9
Hoping someone can help me.
Member since 31 Mar 2014
Total posts 272
Was a refund of the fare part of your fare type? Or is only a voucher offered for the fare type you purchased. If a refund is an option and not being provided, do a charge back on your credit card. If not, then you have received what you paid for.
Member since 07 Jan 2016
Total posts 61
Those Delta eVouchers are indeed very restrictive. One thing you may be able to do though if you have any plans to travel to Asia is use them on flights to/from Tokyo. Delta operates a number of services between a variety of Asian cities and Tokyo. You can book them on the Delta web site which should allow you to consume that voucher. The route map on the Delta web site shows you what cities are serviced to/from Tokyo. (eg Tokyo <> Singapore)Also, keep in mind that even though the voucher has a 12-month expiry, you can use it to book flights that depart after that expiry date. In other words, you have one year to spend this voucher and then one more year to
complete the flight. So you basically have two years total (that is one
year to book and one more year to fly).Apart from that I cannot think of any other options that would allow you to consume that voucher without leaving Australia.
Hi all, thanks for your feedback, greatly appreciated.
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