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  1. B45
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    Can you say this: I'd like to cancel my ticket and use the credits for a later time.

    Can you say this:

    I'd like to cancel my ticket and use the credits for a later time.

    VS

    I'd like to cancel my ticket and use the credits at a later time.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: Can you say this: I'd like to cancel my ticket and use the credits for a later t

    What is the ticket for?

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    Re: Can you say this: I'd like to cancel my ticket and use the credits for a later t

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    What is the ticket for?
    It's a plane ticket.

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    Re: Can you say this: I'd like to cancel my ticket and use the credits for a later t

    You could say '...and use the credit for later flight' or '...and use the credit at a later time'.

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