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How To Buy Airline Tickets As A Gift !!INSTALL!!



Look for hotel and flight deals: Check out airline vacation packages for deals, which are fairly common for Hawaiian destinations and popular resorts like Las Vegas and Caribbean islands. In some cases you can find package deals where the airfare is essentially free. But before you buy, try to break down the package price and see if you can do better on a search site for airfares and one for hotels; you might find a better overall deal on your own.




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Paying for the trip: If you have an airline-branded credit card or another card that allows you to rack up miles or points, but sure to use it. You might as well both benefit from your generosity.


An American Airlines gift card is the perfect gift for any occasion. You can have your carddelivered by mail or email that can be used toward the purchase of a ticket to hundreds ofexciting destinations. You can use up to 8 gift cards at one time, and there are no expirationdates or fees. Terms andConditions apply.


Buying plane tickets as a gift at Alternative Airlines is simple! All you need is the passenger details of the person you're gifting the flights to and your payment details to pay. You can have the travel documents sent to your email address and give them the airline tickets as a gift whenever you'd like.


When you buy flights as a gift at Alternative Airlines, it doesn't matter if your payment details don't match the details of the person(s) flying. You can buy airline tickets as a gift without the hassle of the airline asking that the person who bought the flight be present at the time of boarding.


Consider another mileage gifting scenario for American, this time for a round-trip flight from New York to London, which would cost 20,000 miles each way, space permitting for the economy off-peak seats. Adding the $180 for the 15,000 transferred miles to the 25,000 purchased mile cost of $625 brings your subtotal to $805. Figure in a $50 award service fee if your friend books 7-20 days in advance (only $20 if he books 21 days or more out) and your cost of gifting him the ticket is $855. The cost of the ticket outright: $1,032.


Bonus: Gifting miles will typically earn you bonus miles for your own account. Through the end of the year, stay on top of which airlines may be temporarily waiving their mileage giving/receiving caps. And keep an eye out for special incentives: for the remainder of 2009, US Air will double down, matching up to 50,000 miles per transaction any miles you buy or share with a friend.


The Air Canada Gift Card is a stored-value card similar to a prepaid card or gift certificate. It can be used to purchase airline tickets or travel options on Air Canada, Air Canada Express, and Air Canada Rouge.


Gift cards purchased from sources other than Air Canada or our participating retailers may not be valid or may have less redeemable value than promised by an unauthorized seller. Air Canada is not responsible for honouring invalid gift cards or values.


The Air Canada Gift Card is easy to use: simply provide your gift card number and security code (PIN) at time of payment on either the Canadian or U.S. edition of aircanada.com, or when you call Air Canada Reservations* at 1-888-247-2262 (within Canada and the United States only). You can also use your Air Canada Gift Card:


Unfortunately, because of system limitations, when purchasing a seat or travel option for an existing reservation, only one (1) form of payment will be accepted. If the gift card has a working balance lower than the cost of the fee or travel option, please pay with another form of payment. However, we will be able to apply the credit from your card and effect a refund following these instructions: After the transaction, you can complete the Customer Assistance Form Opens in New Window, provide the proof of used form of payment and include the details of the unused Air Canada Gift Card or eGift Card to receive a refund of the applicable value to your original form of payment.


For purchases involving multiple passengers/gift cards, it is advisable to make separate bookings. In this situation, customers can use up to two Gift Cards per passenger provided that the total cost of the ticket purchase is covered fully by the (2) two gift cards.


Air Canada Gift Cards are just like cash. Air Canada is not responsible for lost, stolen or destroyed gift cards. However, if you report a lost, stolen or destroyed Air Canada Gift Card, it may be replaced with the remaining balance upon proof of purchase and gift card number.


Air Canada Gift Cards and eGift Cards can be purchased at aircanada.com/giftcard, by redeeming Aeroplan Miles at aeroplan.com or, subject to availability, at Canada Post, Loblaws, Sobeys, Save-On-Foods and Rexall locations across Canada.


Purchases made online. The online purchase of Air Canada Gift Cards and eGift Cards are made through, and distributed by, Buyatab Online Inc. ("Buyatab"). By accessing aircanada.com/giftcard, and by purchasing a Gift Card and eGift Card on that site, you agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions governing the sale and use of Gift Cards and eGift Cards. In order to purchase a Gift Card and eGift Card online, information such as credit card and related payment and billing information need to be provided. Buyatab may request further information to validate the transaction. In the act of providing such information, you warrant that all information provided is both current and accurate. All online orders of Gift Cards and eGift Cards are subject to a process that compares information provided by you with information provided by your financial institution. If there is a discrepancy, your online order may be delayed or held until the information can be verified. If information can not be adequately verified, such online order may be cancelled at the discretion of Buyatab or Air Canada. Buyatab or Air Canada may also delay or cancel the online purchase of a Card or eGift Card which contains a personalized message that Buyatab or Air Canada deem, at their sole discretion, to be inappropriate, offensive or otherwise objectionable. If the Gift Card or eGift Card delivery date has passed and you have not received confirmation that the Gift Card or eGift Card was sent, or if you need general assistance with the online purchase of your Gift Card or eGift Card, please contact Buyatab's Customer Support at 1-855-281-1761 and provide your six- digit reference number or your email address.


Purchasers residing in Canada can purchase Air Canada Gift Cards and eGift Cards in any denomination between $25 and $2,000 Canadian dollars at aircanada.com/giftcard, between $50 and $10,000 Canadian dollars at Canada Post locations, or between $50 and $500 Canadian dollars at Loblaws, Sobeys, Safeway, Save-On-Foods and Rexall locations. No single Air Canada Gift Card or eGift Card can be purchased for an amount exceeding $2,000 Canadian dollars at aircanada.com/giftcard or $10,000 Canadian dollars at Canada Post. The total value of the Gift Cards and eGift Cards that may be purchased by any one purchaser at aircanada.com during any one day must be less than $10,000 Canadian dollars.


Purchasers residing in the U.S. can purchase Air Canada Gift Cards and eGift Cards at aircanada.com/giftcard in any denomination between $25 and $2,000 U.S. dollars. No single Air Canada Gift Card or eGift Card can be purchased for an amount exceeding $2,000 U.S. dollars. The total value of the Gift Cards and eGift Cards that may be purchased by any one purchaser residing in the U.S. during any one day must be less than $10,000 U.S. dollars.


Gift Cards and eGift Cards cannot be used for payment of air travel wholly over the services of any other airline, or for the payment of a ticket which is part of a group booking. Gift Cards and eGift Cards are not redeemable toward the purchase of Air Canada Flight Passes, group travel, Air Canada Cargo products and services, Air Canada Maple Leaf Club membership fees, or for the purchase of third-party products/services such as duty-free, Air Canada Bistro (e.g., food and beverages), hotel bookings, car rentals and/or travel insurance.


In the case of bookings for multiple passengers using multiple forms of payment (of which at least one is a Gift Card or eGift Card), it is recommended that separate bookings be made for each passenger using a Gift Card or eGift Card as a form of payment. It is also important to know that you cannot consolidate the value of multiple gift cards onto a single one.


Airport locations are not authorized to deactivate or replace lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed cards. If you suspect that a Gift Card or eGift Card has been copied, stolen or compromised in any way, please contact Buyatab's Customer Support or fill out the Gift Card Help Form at aircanada.com/giftcard. Replacement of lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed Gift Card or eGift Card may occur only if the customer is able to provide proof of purchase. Proof of purchase must include the unique card number which is located on the back of the card.


Air Canada reserves the right, and the Gift Card or eGift Card holder or purchaser of the Gift Card or eGift Card agrees, that Air Canada may at any time change the present Terms and Conditions or contract with another third party to administer the gift card program. Air Canada will notify you (the holder or purchaser of the Gift Card or eGift Card) of any changes by [posting an updated version of the Terms and Conditions on our website (www.aircanada.com/giftcard). It is your responsibility to regularly review these Terms and Conditions.] If the Gift Card or eGift Card is used after we have made any changes, it means that you have accepted the changes and you agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions as modified.


"The thing with open-ended tickets is, it's always going to be the most expensive ticket on the flight," Chris Robinson, an assistant team leader at Liberty Travel in New York City, told TravelPulse.com. "Even if you're buying an economy ticket, you're buying the most expensive economy ticket. With the open-ended ticket the airlines more or less reserve a spot for you in case you go. The problem with that is, they charge you the highest amount for that courtesy." 041b061a72


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