Yeah, that happens to me a lot too. I try and use a different browser. When that happens, I'm usually using Chrome. I'll then try using Explorer, Safari, or Firefox instead, depending on whether i'm at home or at work.
It worked the few times it's happened to me.
You can do this if you book the two legs separately and have them as your companion on the second leg, but not as you're describing. If your companion doesn't board for the first leg, their entire reservation is canceled.
The Member and the Companion must check in together and, if asked, present the Companion Pass card at the Southwest Airlines' Ticket Counter, Skycap podium, or Departure Gate in order for the Companion to travel. Valid photo identification for both Member and the Companion is required. The Member and the Companion must board with their assigned group(s).
But travel funds still expire one year from when you booked the original flight. Rebooking and canceling does not extend the expiration. Rebook and cancel as much as you want, but only within the one year period.
Yes. If the reservation is associated with your RR account, log into your account on the mobile app and you will see the boarding pass in the Manage Trips section. If the reservation is not associated with your account you can enter the confirmation number and your name in the Check In section to retrieve it.
I recommend taking a screenshot of your boarding pass so you don't have to pull it up in the app each time you need it.
They don't provide support here.
Reach out via Twitter, and have them verify that your name in your Rapid Rewards account is exactly the same as shown on your KTN. And have them verify your KTN is correctly entered in your account. Then, have them verify that your KTN populated to any open flight reservations.
This may help. Good luck.
The FAA Code of Federal Regulations 14 CFR 382.123 doesn’t say anything about which row pre-boarders must have access to. Furthermore section 382.67 explains the regulations for passengers that are stowing their wheelchairs in the cabin. This is very rare. I bet nearly 99% of wheelchair passengers are using the wheelchair provided by the airline. They are not stowing their own wheelchair in the cabin (this is because most are faking). If a wheelchair passenger legitimately needed the extra room of the bulkhead to get in and out of a seat, great it should be theirs. But as I said this is rare. Most the time, they get out of the chair before entering the plane. 2 reasons for this. First, they are faking. Second the chair doesn’t usually fit through the door.
So, the proposed solution still stands. Don’t allow pre-boarders to use the first few rows unless they are bringing a device (walker, wheelchair etc.) on the plane.
Your luggage tag means nothing to Southwest, they only care about the paper tag/sticker they put on when you check in your bag. That's the one that indicates where your bag is going and whose reservation it's associated with.
If your package includes some sort of baggage transfer by Disney upon arrival that could cause a problem, but you'll need to ask Disney about that.
Points you earn are yours to use, they do not take away from the points you need to earn the Companion. You have until 12/31/17 to earn 110,000 points. You would still be 35,000 points away from the Companion if you used any of your points now.