What if I typed in the wrong date and time?
Most airlines allow us to make a change on the Dates and time of a reservation. For any changes to the reservation, kindly contact our Help Desk on a Toll-free number and the representatives will check on the airline penalties and rules for your specific ticket
What if I typed in the wrong airport?
Most airlines allow us to make a change on the Departure and arrival airports of a reservation. For any changes to the reservation, kindly contact our Help Desk on a Toll-free number and the representatives will check on the airline penalties and rules for your specific ticket
What if I typed in the wrong name(s)?
Names on a Reservation can never be changed or altered for any reason. You can contact our Help desk on Toll free number and our representatives will check with the airlines if any amendments can be done.
How do I contact a travel consultant?
You can call on our toll-free number for assistance on your air reservation. Our Customer Service Team is available 24x7, 365 Days. You may also email your questions/ comments/ concerns to email@example.com
How do I add additional passengers to an existing reservation?
If you need to add additional passengers to an existing reservation, you can call our Toll free number for assistance. Our Customer Service Team is available 24x7, 365 Days
Can a child travel alone on your website? Or Can I book a reservation for an Unaccompanied Minor on your website?
A child below the age of 18 traveling alone is considered an Unaccompanied Minor. Every airline has established its own rules and regulations regarding the reservations of unaccompanied minors. For reservations of Unaccompanied minors, kindly contact us on our Toll-free number.
What are the rules for traveling with an infant or toddler under the age of 2?
For Domestic Travel: An infant is considered a child from 0-24 months. You may travel with an infant in your lap at no additional charge. For added comfort and security in flight, most airlines suggest you purchase a seat for the infant. Infants occupying a seat are subject to the full adult fare. You may be required to provide proof of age (such as a birth certificate or passport) at the airport for any children.
Please visit the airline's website for airlines specific rules and regulations, for child safety seats/stroller/bassinet information.
For International Travel: For international travel, a separate ticket is required for every infant whether it’s in lap or in a separate seat. Depending on the destination, the airline may offer a discounted fare for the infant. Please note that most infant tickets purchased via our website for international travel require a paper ticket. A shipping fee of $19 for the USA or $38 for Canada will apply. Tickets may only be shipped to the billing address.
You may also reserve and purchase the infant ticket directly from the airline. You must provide them with the accompanying adult ticket information. Some airlines have different rules and regulations regarding infants. We highly recommend you visit the airline's website for their specific rules and regulations.
When an adult travels with 2 infants, the adult may only hold ONE infant. An additional seat at the adult fare must be purchased for the 2nd infant. The maximum number of infants per adult is 2. For airport security information related to traveling with infants and children, please visit the TSA website at http://www.tsa.gov/travelers/airtravel/children/index.htm
How do I contact the airlines?
Please visit our Airline Contact page which will provide you with the toll-free phone numbers for a list of worldwide airlines. You may also visit the airline's website for assistance.
Why is a flight or fare shown and then not available when I attempt to book it?
The Airline inventory changes frequently and thus airfares keep fluctuating. There is a possibility that from the time that you initially select a flight option until the time you confirm the reservation there is a revision in the fares and you may face difficulty in completing your reservation. We suggest that you contact our Help Desk on our Toll-free number to book your travel.
Why did I receive a "Validation Error" when trying to book?
If you are receiving an error message it means that the airline is unable to confirm the requested flight at the fare listed as the airline inventory changes frequently.
How do I cancel my reservation?
We offer special fares which are mostly non-refundable. You can contact our Help desk on our Toll-Free number and the representatives will check on the airline penalties and rules for your specific ticket.
Once you decide to cancel the reservation you are subject to the “Terms and Conditions” of Cancelation as stated by the airlines
How do I book multiple destinations?
Our website does offer fares for multiple destinations Itinerary. Please click on “Multi-city” tab on the "Flight Search" screen to book your itinerary.
How do I select/change seat assignments?
Seat numbers are automatically assigned after your reservation has been ticketed on all applicable flights. To change your seat assignments or select a seat please call our Help Desk on our Toll-Free number or contact the airlines directly. For a list of world-wide airline phone numbers, please visit the Airline Contact page.
How do I order a special meal?
While making a reservation you will see a section that allows you to request a special meal. This request will be sent to the airline and will be requested on all applicable flights. Although we can pass your meal request to the respective airlines, we cannot guarantee that the request will be honored.
If you wish to change your meal choice you can contact the airline directly. For a list of world-wide airline phone numbers, please visit the Airline Contact page.
Can I use an airline coupon or voucher online?
We are unable to accept vouchers or airline coupons as partial or full payment towards the purchase of an airline ticket on our website. It is suggested that you contact the issuing airline directly. For a list of world-wide airline phone numbers, please visit the Airline Contact page.
Can I hold a reservation?
Airline regulations prohibit us from holding reservations. To ensure you receive the discounted fare the tickets need to purchase the ticket(s) immediately. Airfares are not guaranteed until ticketed and the fare will expire if the reservation is not confirmed and ticketed.
Is there a discount on infant or child fare?
For most US domestic travel, airlines do not offer a child discount and will charge full fare. For International travel, child and infant fares vary depending on the airline.
How do I pay for all travel products such as air tickets, insurance, hotels, etc. purchased online?
The form of payment accepted to purchase online is the valid US or Canadian credit or debit card. Debit cards may be used but are generally subject to low daily limits that may cause the payment process to be rejected, i.e. Credit card declined. We accept the following types of major credit cards: American Express, Visa, Master Card, Discover, and Diners Club. If you do not have a valid credit card then tickets may not be purchased on-line. Only one card may be used to purchase the ticket(s) on a given reservation.
To complete the purchase process you will need to enter information about the credit card and have this information validated before a ticket or a final confirmation is issued. If the entered credit card information is not valid then an error will be generated and an e-mail sent to you (at the e-mail address specified by you) indicating that the credit card has been declined. In order to keep the reservation you must call the Help Desk on our Toll-Free number and provide the Representative with valid credit card information within 24 hours of making the reservation, or the reservation may be terminated. Please be aware we have no control of the airlines taking their seats back for inventory purposes from an un-ticketed reservation without notice. Most credit card declines are the result of inaccurate information being entered into the website payment page such as transposing credit card digits, having the wrong security code or expiration date, or the name on the card and address are inconsistent. These problems can be remedied by simply calling the Help Desk and correcting the entered data.
Can I pay for the ticket with a debit card?
Although Credit Cards are suggested, we do accept Debit cards with Visa or Master card logos on them. Debit cards normally have a lower daily spending limit which can cause complications when purchasing an airline ticket online. It is highly recommended you contact your bank prior to purchase to ensure the daily spending limit will cover the cost of the ticket(s). Please advise them you are purchasing tickets online. This may also protect you from a security block being placed on your account. Also please note that Debit cards have a stricter fraud screening which can cause delays in confirmation. If for any reason your card is declined, you will be notified via email. Please be advised you will be responsible for contacting your bank to clear up any problems. The airlines have the right to lapse the fare and cancel the reservation when full payment is not received.
Do you accept prepaid credit cards?
We accept most pre-paid credit cards, however; we highly recommend using a standard credit card. The bank’s processing time, flexibility, and ability differ greatly from that of a debit or credit card.
Are all prices US Dollars?
All of our fares are listed in US Dollars. As stated on our home page, all of our prices are quoted in US dollars. We do accept Canadian credit/debit cards and the final charges on your Canadian statement will be in Canadian Dollars after our price quote has been converted from US Dollars. Since the currency exchange rate is based upon your credit card company’s conversion rate tool at the time your charge is processed, your final amount may vary.
Do you accept Canadian credit/debit cards?
Yes, we do accept Canadian credit/debit cards for payment. The amount will be converted to Canadian dollars and these amounts are what will appear on your billing statements. Since the currency exchange rate is based upon your credit card company’s conversion rate tool at the time your charge is processed, your final amount may vary.
I have a non-US, non-Canadian credit card, can I use it?
Best Fare Deal has recently started allowing credit cards issued outside the US/Canada to be used as a form of payment for certain itineraries. There are some stipulations involved and in even rarer cases additional fees collected. If Best Fare Deal does require certain documents and/or charges a fee you will be prompted on the site prior to you accepting and clicking purchase. If you have further questions please call on our Toll-free number or email us at email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why was my credit card declined?
There are many reasons a card can be declined. Some problems include insufficient funds, low daily spending limit, billing address verification failure, and internet fraud screening.
Please know that in most cases the airline will only allow a flight requests to hold for 24hrs before the fare expires and the request is canceled. You will be notified if your card is declined and you will have to contact the credit card company to clear up the problem. Once the problem is resolved you can call our Help Desk, 24 x 7 to have the ticket processed.
Is there a service fee for purchasing my ticket through the website?
Yes, all service fees and taxes are included in your final total when searching online for a flight. You are able to click on the "taxes/fees" choice to see a breakdown of all separate amounts that create your final total and the amount charged to your card
Why are there different charges on my credit card?
You will see separate charges on your credit/debit card for accounting reasons. However, when all amounts are added up they will not exceed the final amount you agreed to pay online.
How do I review/confirm my reservation?
After you have completed the online request you will receive a booking reference code. It is a 6 character code that will either be made up of both letters and numbers or just letters only. You can monitor the progress of your request by visiting our informational websites. If your code has only letters please visit http://www.virtuallythere.com/ and if your code has both letters and numbers please visit http://www.checkmytrip.com/. Once the airline has fully confirmed and issued your tickets you will receive a second and final email confirming your request. If you did not receive final confirmation, it may be because your internet provider has blocked it as possible spam. Please take a moment to check your spam/junk folder.
What if I have not received my confirmation email with My Booking reference code?
Once you have completed the online request you will instantaneously receive an email acknowledging your request which will include a booking reference code. If you don’t receive it within few minutes you may have entered your email incorrectly or your email server has routed the email to a spam/junk folder. It is suggested to call our Help Desk on our Toll-free number if you don’t receive an email after making your request.
What should I do if I have lost my itinerary or I need another copy of my itinerary?
If you need another copy of your itinerary you can use your booking reference code to take a print by following these instructions: your reference code is a 6 character code that will either be made up of both letters and numbers or just letters only. If your code has only letters you will visit http://www.virtuallythere.com/ and if your code has both letters and numbers you will visit http://www.checkmytrip.com/ and can print the information from there.
I have a confirmed reservation on 2 or more airlines. Why are you unable to issue my ticket?
Some airlines do not have ticketing and/or baggage transfer agreements with each other therefore causing the itinerary you chose to be invalid and unable to be confirmed and ticketed by the airline. If this situation arises your request will be canceled and nothing will be charged to your card.
You can then proceed to go back online to choose an alternate itinerary or call on our Toll-free number for assistance.
Do I have an Electronic Ticket or paper ticket for my reservation?
Our system is programmed to automatically issue e-tickets. If the airline prohibits an e-ticket due to some technical reasons, we will notify you within 24 hours of your booking. An additional Fedex shipping charge will be applied to your total charges if you agree to Paper Tickets. If you are concerned about having a paper ticket, you may call our Help Desk on our Toll-free number.
How do I travel with an electronic ticket?
Electronic tickets (e-tickets) make traveling convenient as it eliminates the worry of loss or theft of your paper tickets. You will be required to carry government-issued photo identification (such as driver’s license or passport) for check-in, to the airport.
Some airlines may allow check-in online and print your boarding pass up to 24 hours in advance. Passengers must have a printed boarding pass in order to proceed through security and those who do not have a boarding pass should go to the airline ticket counter prior to going through the security checkpoint.
It is advisable that you reconfirm your flights at least 72hrs prior to departure directly with the airline.
What identification do children need at the airport?
For domestic travel in the U.S., passengers under the age of 18 are not required to have identification. However, the adults who are responsible for the child at the departure airport and arrival airport are required to have identification. While the airlines typically do not specify the identification required for the adult who drops off or picks up the child, the same kinds of photo identification that an adult uses for airline travel should be sufficient and/or a valid Birth Certificate.
If a child is traveling unaccompanied on an international flight, there may be additional requirements such as Passports/Visas. Depending on the circumstances, you may need to have additional documentation to allow a child to leave the departure country or to enter the destination country. Contact the appropriate authorities for each involved country to ensure that all requirements are being met.
What are the rules on unaccompanied minors traveling alone?
Most airlines allow unaccompanied children at or above a certain age to fly, though usually with several restrictions. Programs vary widely from airline to airline, and no two airlines will have the same policies, which is why we suggest you call us on our Toll-free number for assistance or make direct reservations with the airline for unaccompanied minors.
In the U.S., there are no clear regulatory guidelines with respect to unaccompanied children, so it is important that you take the time to understand the specific policies of the airline and then make the reservation.
Why do I have to change airports?
Itineraries will sometimes involve an airport transfer when certain airlines don’t fly to your requested destination from one airport to another such as EWR and JFK in New York City. The switch of airports is carried out at the traveler's own expense and will require the traveler to collect their luggage and transfer to the next airport where he/she will then check-in with the next scheduled airline. Most itineraries that involve a switch of airports are normally priced lower which is why it is offered as a viable option on the website.
What are the check-in procedures for domestic and international flights?
When packing, please remember that new Federal carry-on rules allow for only one standard-size carry-on bag and one personal item such as a purse, laptop computer, small book-type backpack, or briefcase.
The Transportation Security Administration requests travelers not to lock their checked luggage. If your bag is locked and there is a need to inspect the bag, the locks will be removed by security. New Federal security rules require customers who have checked baggage to fly on the same flight as their checked bags. If you are checking your bags, be sure your name and contact information is on the outside and inside of each bag.
If you're checking bags for a domestic flight, you should arrive at the airport 90 minutes prior to departure. If you only have carry-on luggage, plan to arrive 60 minutes prior to departure. For international flights, it's recommended that you arrive at least two hours prior to departure. For international flights, all passengers will need their passports.
Have your government-issued photo ID available at all times, as well as a printed itinerary if you're traveling with an electronic ticket. As per FAA rules, if you are traveling on a domestic flight with a child or children under the age of 18, they do not need a photo ID as long as the accompanying adult certifies their identity.
It is advisable that you reconfirm your flights at least 72hrs prior to departure directly with the airline to ensure that no last-minute schedule changes have occurred.
If you wish to reconfirm your flights with the airlines or if you have any questions about a particular airline's rules, please contact the airlines directly. For a list of airline phone numbers, please visit the Airline Contact page.
What are the latest passport requirements for US citizens traveling to/from Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean?
Most U.S. citizens must use a U.S. passport to travel overseas and reenter the United States. A passport is an internationally recognized travel document that verifies your identity and citizenship. Only the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Embassies and Consulates have the authority to issue or verify U.S. passports.
Most foreign countries require a valid passport to enter and leave. Some countries may allow you to enter with only a birth certificate, or with a birth certificate and a driver’s license, but all persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air, must present a valid passport to reenter the United States.
If you are traveling by land or sea, you must provide evidence of both your U.S. citizenship and your identity (regular driver's license and birth certificate) when you reenter the United States. For many land or sea trips, this means you can travel using the new U.S. passport card instead of the normal passport book. Read more about U.S. passport requirements.
Recommendations made by the Department of Homeland Security caused passport rules to change in 2007 when travelers began needing passports if returning to the US by air from Canada and Mexico. DHS has also been requiring passports from US citizens crossing Mexican and Canadian borders by land or sea as of June 1, 2009.
Some Caribbean islands are US territories -- you do not need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands by sea, air, or spaceship any more than you need a passport to drive from Manhattan to Montana. Guam, US Samoa, Palau, and other Micronesian islands are also US territories.
In order to travel to and from US territories in the Caribbean (Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands -- St. Thomas, St. Croix, and St. John) from the mainland US by air, you will need:
Official government-issued picture identification like a current driver’s license or a photo ID card, which can be issued to non-drivers by your state’s motor vehicles department, or a passport (of course) or two forms of non-photo identification (one needs to be state-issued) Proof of US citizenship -- like a birth certificate -- may make leaving the USVI for the mainland USA easier (learn more) because the USVI is considered a "port of entry" A passport is definitely needed to leave and then return to the US Virgin Islands (like hopping to the British Virgin Islands).
What about your children? Some countries have instituted requirements to help prevent child abductions and may require travelers to present proof of relationship to the children and evidence of consent from any non-accompanying parent(s). Visit our child abduction country information pages for information about your destination.
When does your passport expire? Some countries require that a traveler’s passport be valid for at least six months beyond the dates of the trip. Contact the embassy of your foreign destination for more information.
What general passport requirements are required for international travel and where can I find the latest specific information about international travel requirements?
Passport, visa, and health requirements vary by country of destination. Make sure you get all the information you need well in advance of your trip. Passports are now required for all U.S. citizens traveling to or from the United States via air, to/from Canada, Mexico, Central, and South America, the Caribbean (with the exception of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands), and Bermuda. These requirements have been temporarily modified because of the high demand and the State Department’s inability to meet the needs in a timely manner. Refer to US Passport Information for the latest requirements and regulations. Beginning in summer of 2008, passports will be required for all U.S. citizens traveling to or from the United States via land and sea, regardless of destination.
United States citizens can visit the State Department's website http://travel.state.gov, or call the U.S. National Passport Information Center: (877) 4USA-PPT. Please allow 10-12 weeks for processing of the passport application. If you need to travel urgently and require a passport sooner, please visit http://travel.state.gov for additional information on expedited processing.
To find out more information about how to obtain a Passport, please visit http://travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html
To find frequently asked questions about the New Travel Document Requirements, please visit http://travel.state.gov/travel/cbpmc/cbpmc_2225.html.
To find foreign country entry requirements, please visit http://travel.state.gov/travel/tips/brochures/brochures_1229.html.
How can I find more information regarding current delays at airports?
How can I find more information regarding planning and preparing for an international trip? See the US State Department website for travel recommendations and country warnings. For pre-trip vaccinations, travel health warnings, and tips for traveling healthy check the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's international traveler's hotline at 1-877-FYI-TRIP (1-877-394-8747); fax 1-888-CDC-FAXX (1-888-232-3299), or visit the CDC Traveler Health webpage.
How can I find more information regarding planning and preparing for an international trip?
How can I find more information regarding how to obtain assistance from a US embassy or consulate when traveling abroad?
There are U.S. embassies in more than 160 capital cities of the world. Each embassy has a consular section. Consular officers in consular sections of embassies do two things:
They issue visas to foreigners
They help U.S. citizens abroad by replacing a passport, medical emergency, access to temporary funds, assistance if you are arrested, and evacuations. For more specific country information go to US Emergency Help in a foreign country. Replace a Passport - If you lose your passport, a consul can issue you a replacement, often within 24 hours. If you believe your passport has been stolen, first report the theft to the local police and get a police declaration. Find Medical Assistance- If you get sick, you can contact a consular officer for a list of local doctors, dentists, and medical specialists, along with other medical information. If you are injured or become seriously ill, a consul will help you find medical assistance and, at your request, inform your family or friends. (Consider getting private medical insurance before you travel, to cover the high cost of getting you back to the U.S. for hospital care in the event of a medical emergency.)
Help Get Funds- Should you lose all your money and other financial resources, consular officers can help you contact your family, bank, or employer to arrange for them to send you funds. In some cases, these funds can be wired to you through the Department of State.
Help in an Emergency- Your family may need to reach you because of an emergency at home or because they are worried about your welfare. They should call the State Department Overseas Citizens Services at 1-888-407-4747. The State Department will relay the message to the consular officers in the country in which you are traveling. Consular officers will attempt to locate you, pass on urgent messages, and, consistent with the Privacy Act, report back to your family. This will be facilitated if you have registered your trip with the US State Department at Trip Registration.
Visit In Jail- If you are arrested, you should ask the authorities to notify a U.S. consul. Consuls cannot get you out of jail (when you are in a foreign country you are subject to its laws). However, they can work to protect your legitimate interests and ensure you are not discriminated against. They can provide a list of local attorneys, visit you, inform you generally about local laws, and contact your family and friends. Consular officers can transfer money, food, and clothing to the prison authorities from your family or friends. They can try to get relief if you are held under inhumane or unhealthful conditions.
Make Arrangements After The Death Of An American - When an American dies abroad, a consular officer notifies the American family and informs them about options and costs for the disposition of remains. Costs for preparing and returning a body to the U.S. may be high and must be paid by the family. Often, local laws and procedures make returning a body to the U.S. for burial a lengthy process. A consul prepares a Report of Death based on the local death certificate; this is forwarded to the next of kin for use in estate and insurance matters. Help In A Disaster/Evacuation- If you are caught up in a natural disaster or civil disturbance, you should let your relatives know as soon as possible that you are safe, or contact a U.S. consul who will pass that message to your family through the State Department. Be resourceful. U.S. officials will do everything they can to contact you and advise you. However, they must give priority to helping Americans who have been hurt or are in immediate danger. In a disaster, consuls face the same constraints you do - lack of electricity or fuel, interrupted phone lines, closed airports.
Should I register for my trip with the US State Department?
Yes! When an emergency happens, or if a natural disaster, terrorism, or civil unrest strikes during your foreign travel, the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate can be your source of assistance and information. By registering your trip, you help the embassy or consulate locate you when you might need them the most. Registration is voluntary and costs nothing, but it should be a big part of your travel planning and security. To register your trip goes to Travel Registration at the US State Department.
How can I find more information regarding emergency services and telephone numbers when traveling abroad?
When traveling abroad it is important to know how to contact emergency services in the country you are located. Below is a partial list of selected emergency numbers. For a more complete list of number go to World Guide
How can I find more information regarding replacing stolen credit cards, IDs, or passports when traveling?
For lost or stolen passports, contact the US Department of State by clicking on the following link: http://travel.state.gov/passport/lost/lost_849.html. In addition, you can contact the State Department at the following telephone number, toll-free at 1-877-487-2778 (TTY 1-888-874-7793). Operators are available 7 a.m. to midnight, ET, Monday-Friday, excluding Federal holidays.
For lost or stolen credit cards report the loss or theft of your credit cards and your ATM or debit cards to the individual card issuers as quickly as possible. Many companies have toll-free numbers and 24-hour service to deal with such emergencies. It's a good idea to follow up your phone calls with a letter. Include your account number, when you noticed your card was missing, and the date you first reported the loss.
MasterCardGlobal Service - For an emergency within the United States call 1-800-MasterCard (1-800-627-8372). Outside the United States call the following telephone number collect to the United States in the event of an emergency 1-636-722-7111. For additional international locations go to Master Card Global Discover Card1-800-DISCOVER (1-800-347-2683) American Express Card- call American Express Customer Service at 1-800-268-9824. In the U.S. call 1-800-528-4800. For Travelers cheque call Customer Service at 1-888-412-6945. If you are traveling outside of the United States, please call Customer Service collect at 1-801-945-9450. Diners Club Customer Service at 1 800 2 DINERS (1 800 234.6377) in the U.S. or call collect: 702 797.5532 from outside the United States.
What are the current security regulations for the carry-on of liquids, gels, and aerosols?
For the current security regulations regarding liquids, gels, and aerosols in carry-on bags, please go to the Transportation Security Administration website at TSA Carry on Regulations.
What are the current security regulations for traveling with an infant?
For the current security regulations regarding traveling with infants and carry-on of milk, formula, or juice, please go to the Transportation Security Administration website at TSA: Traveling with Children.
What are the current security regulations for travelers with disabilities?
For the current security regulations regarding traveling with disabilities and medical conditions, please go to the Transportation Security Administration website at TSA: Travelers with Special Needs.
What items are prohibited from being carried on an airplane and what happens if a prohibited item is found?
For the current security regulations regarding which items are prohibited from being transported on an airplane, please go to the Transportation Security Administration website at TSA: Prohibited Items.
What is the online booking process and how does it work?
Complete the online booking form to begin the process. Simply follow the online form directions. Upon successful completion of the online form, you will quickly receive a booking reference code. An email will follow that confirms your reservation request is in process, and instructions to watch for your ticketing confirmation email. When you receive your ticketing confirmation email your transaction completed. To review/confirm your reservation, please visit either of the following websites:
Using your reference code, which is a 6 character code that will either be made up of both letters & numbers and just letters only. If your code has only letters please visit http://www.virtuallythere.com/ and if your code has both letters and numbers please visit http://www.checkmytrip.com/. You can print out the confirmation from there.
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What tips would a professional trip advisor give me for buying on the internet?
Before the purchase is sure to take advantage of the easy search system to shop a variety of dates or travel times, you may greatly improve your fare with a minimum of flexibility. Greater advance purchase will likely improve your fare. Make sure you read your total costs including all taxes and fees.
Double-check all information on your booking form before submitting it for purchase.
If you notice an error contact customer service immediately.
Make sure you receive an email with the electronic, or paper ticket number/s well as a confirmation code with each airline in your itinerary. If your itinerary requires paper tickets make sure you receive them, without them, you cannot travel. Understand the vast majority of airline tickets are nonrefundable once purchased.
What type of errors might I encounter and how to fix them
Common errors include invalid credit card numbers, incorrect billing addresses, incomplete email addresses, etc. For some errors, you may see an alert in red directing you to the specific problem. Please make sure all of your information has been corrected and try to submit the form again. If you continue to receive an error message the problem may be on the airline's side and you will need to contact our Help Desk for further assistance.