In May, Susan booked a round-trip ticket on Southwest Airlines from Chicago to New York City for travel in July.
Susan paid $355 when she booked her flight in May.
A FareDropped member, Susan forwarded her reservation details to FareDropped and we began monitoring the price of her exact flights.
In June, FareDropped saw that Southwest had reduced the price of the same exact flights to $218.
FareDropped obtained the new lower fare for Susan and Southwest issued a travel voucher directly to Susan for the difference: $137!
And, just like that, Susan had $137 to use for future travel on Southwest Airlines.
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