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I was disappointed with booking a flight. I am planning a trip to Chicago, and there was an option to sign up for a credit card and receive $200 dollars credit on the flight that I was booking. So I applied and qualified for the chase credit card. I went through the entire booking process and when I got to the last step there was an error that said that the phone number I entered was in the incorrect format. I tried like 20 times, and know that I put the phone number in correctly, there’s no other way to put it in. I kept getting the error and eventually the offer had expired 15 minutes later. I am very frustrated that this happened. The next morning I called SWA, and the representative told me that there was nothing they could do about it. She told me that I could call chase and try to figure it out with them. After I called chase, the representative told me that I would have to call SWA and they could help me figure it out. Sadly there was no resolution. I applied for the credit card to gain some points on future flights and I can’t even use the incentive that they promoted on the bottom of the screen. My credit card doesn’t even arrive until a month after I get back from my trip. Please fix this problem so another person doesn’t get as upset as I am right now.
Recently we purchased tickets to flight to California for a family trip. We had one reservation but 5 travelers total. When we tried to check in outside the 24hr window, the app gave some odd error message stating that this reservation was not eligible for check in, which is not true... we were outside the check in window, but we were eligible for check in. Once inside the window we were able to check in, but we were not able to download the mobile boarding passes. Instead we were directed on the app to go to kiosk and print them. In doing web search on SWAs website about multiple boarding passes with one reservation it apparently is doable, but when I called customer service to inquire they state that it’s not doable...so which is it? We recently flew with American Airlines and I was able to do this with their app. We simply checked in, downloaded the boarding passes and airdropped them to my family. Since SWA prides itself on its innovative and progressive approaches, I wonder why they can’t get with the times and fix this seemingly simple issue. As a long time customer, and someone with a large family, traveling can be a hassle, so if SWA can make our lives easier by fixing this we ALL would be much appreciative!!
The checkin process was utterly horrible, my nephew checked in for a flight that departs earlier on a Monday than my flight. I, like many others who want a decent seat on my flight timed my checkin exactly 24 hours out to the second and I was given spot B54. The same boarding position that was given to my nephew who checked in 45 minutes later than the 24 hour mark, for a more in demand flight. I felt utterly disgraced and embarrassed by southwest’s negligence and maltreatment of my checkin. Now don’t even get me started on how I was screwed over on a previous flight. I was in a wheel chair and was supposed to be preboarded however, the other disabled was brought onto the plane by the porter while I was waiting to be helped onto the plane. As soon as the other handicapped passenger was brought into the jetway the announcer stated that all other preboarding passengers could begin boarding while I was left in my wheel chair baffled and helpless. She should have waited for me to be helped before giving the other able bodied passengers permission to enter the jetway. I was forced to struggle to my feet and limped over to the jetway entrance. I have been a faithful southwest customer for over 20 years and I hope these atrocious mistakes aren't repeated in the future.
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