Fly Confirmed for Less problem code 1501


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  • #235

    r.m.anderson
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    I am traveling with a AAA group of folks to Rome and takinga Holland America Cruise in the Mediterranean Sea.Since this is a long flight I would like to use my benefitsto travel in the comfort of the business cabin.Booking in Business class - - -Trying to book a Fly Confirmed For Less (20%) keep gettingerror code 1501 "Seats not Available".I can book each individual leg and the F/C seats areavailable.But if I do this then I am paying way more for the entiretrip and my checked baggage will go point to point.When I try to book the entire itinerary I get the 1501 code.I can go to Delta.com and book the entire trip as a fullrevenue customer and there are plenty of seats.If I do this full revenue booking it will cost me $700 morethan my employee discounted Fly Confirmed For Less ticket.ALSO - I have 290000 Skymiles how do I use the miles to payfor the employee discounted ticket ?

  • #667

    FlyerGirl
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    I have no idea about code 1501. Call 1800MYDELTA to ask about that code. Res would not know since they do not provide support for TravelNet.TravelNet is the preferred booking method for these tickets, but Res can book Fly Confirmed for Less tickets for you. Provide them with your PPR number up front at the beginning of the call.Mileage cannot be used to pay for these tickets. Award seats are a set rate (low, mid, peak) between cities. It does not matter what the fare is between cities.

  • #668

    r.m.anderson
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    FlyerGirl:"Mahalo Nui Loa" - "Thank You very much" !

  • #669

    redbarron
    Member

    Where is the “fly confirmed for less” portion of travlenet ?

  • #670

    r.m.anderson
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    OK – here you go:First log in to the Deltanet web site:http://dlnet.delta.com/New window Deltaextranet: Click on Employee or Retiree ..... New window log in with your -9- digit employee number (username) and your password .....New window you are now at the DeltaNet --- Look at the banner at the upper right for TravelNet --- click on it .....New window Flight availability and Listing --- hover your mouse over Leisure Travel in the upper left banner ---A drop down menu appears for Space available non-revenue listing; Fly Confirmed for Less and Interline travel.Click on Fly Confirmed Discount Programs .....New window with general data about the program --- Click on Reserve My Flight in the lower right corner .....New window with space to put specific flights or general routing --- put in any all data required and click on CONTINUE .....New window opens with selections to pick from - after making your selection(s) click on CONTINUE .....New window with Create Reservation - after reviewing for changes then click the box under Passengers and fill in therequired phone contact - click on CONTINUE .....New window TSA page - click on the box near the statement beginning - I understand..... then click on CONTINUE .....New window with Fare Quote appears - under the fare you select click on the button then CONTINUE TO TICKETING .....New window Credit Card Payment - - - fill in the blanks and Continue -Final page (window) to making confirmed reservation and giving you your PNR (Passenger Name Record) - - -Going further and you will be able to make a seat selection from the seat mask on the flight you reserved.Then 24 hours before flight departure you can check-in from home or other location and receive a printed boarding pass.Now in the unlikely event the fares go higher you are protected - if the fares change and go down you can apply for anadjustment - minimum requirement being made.If within 24 hours of making the reservation something comes up and you have to cancel your trip you should be ableto get a full refund. After 24 hours check the rules or see or call Delta.Not the complete 9 yards - but should get you the information that you need to work this out.

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