I purchased non-refundable tickets to Las Vegas when we thought that the pandemic was calming down. Now we are seeing hot spots including Las Vegas. Hearing that SWA will not refund our tickets, it feels creepy that a corporation would maintain a policy that profits from the pandemic at the expense of the travelling public. Who could predict that the world was changing. I can only imagine how much money the airlines have in the bank and how much they gained from earnings on the stock market. Is there a kinder approach? For instance, I wouldn't mind SWA holding my money if they provided some returns such as interest or a more expensive fair or extended the timeframe that I could cash in the funds for tickets. Really only 12 months before these expire? It will feel horrible if I can't use these in the 12 month timeframe. Its entirely possible that many of us won't travel this year. https://bestlifeonline.com/las-vegas-delta-variant-news/ What do others think?
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