I learned something new this weekend that might help others out in the future. Apparently, United Airlines will give you a 30-day extension on the expiration date (typically a year from original date of travel) to use up a travel voucher if you’re up against the expiration date. I saw this Tweet over the weekend:
The Tweet led to a separate discussion between Gary (of View from the Wing) and I about deregulation, unclaimed property law and escheatment law, riveting stuff.
The vouchers we’re discussing are vouchers issued by United Airlines, either for a ticket that was canceled or a travel disruption.
I decided to call United to try to confirm Harriett’s experience. The agent I spoke with on the Platinum line told me that, yes, this was a policy. He also mentioned that it had been a policy for a couple of years. It’s a small plus, but a plus nonetheless.
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