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if it was not mailed to you, then at the airport go to that airline ther is electronic machines, put your information in the machine the ticket should come out, some one there will assest you, or go to the counter, your passport ,id

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My fiance bought me a plane ticket 4 weeks ago in Oregon using his credit card. Where can i pick it up and what do i need to show aside from my i.d.? Flight is next week, 16th of Feb

Which airline? You should be able to just show up at the ticket counter with your passport and other required travel documents. Some airlines want to see the credit card that purchased the ticket, you may want to call them ahead of time to see if that is the case. If it is, you fiance should be able to email you a scanned copy (front and back) of the card to show at the counter.

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Call up delta to ask. It depends on the time frame. Usually if the ticket was purchased recently, they will ask to see the card. But 4 weeks is a long time so they MIGHT be more lenient now and accept a scanned copy of the card (front and back) with an authorization note from the credit card owner saying he is aware of the purchase and he purchased it for your travels. Goodluck and have a safe trip!


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thank you! do i still need to show my fiance's credit card?

probably like what George & Gina said you can ask your fiance to scan his/her credit card front and back....and I may add to that, you can probably ask your fiance to also scan his/her copy of ID (I think 2 to make sure) then have it sent it to your e-mail. Sometimes at the airport they typically ask the Credit Card that you use for purchasing and since it's not your card there's a possibility they'll ask for ID's of the owner of the card (to ensre it's not a credit card fraud). You'd probably wanna make sure that this vacation won't be ruined :) have fun!

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If I were you I would ask the person who bought the plane ticket to go to the closest Delta ticket counter and show their id. This will keep it from being an issue. I talked with a Delta ticket agent at the airport and they said a copy will not work if there is a notation regarding an id in their system. The person who purchased the ticket can go to any Delta counter anytime before the flight and show their id.

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Did your fiance e-mail you the itinerary? That is all you should need. That is what I sent my wife before she came. almost all tickets are electronic tickets these days. Very few instances of having the ticket in hand before going to the airport.


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If I were you I would ask the person who bought the plane ticket to go to the closest Delta ticket counter and show their id. This will keep it from being an issue. I talked with a Delta ticket agent at the airport and they said a copy will not work if there is a notation regarding an id in their system. The person who purchased the ticket can go to any Delta counter anytime before the flight and show their id.

This is the same thing i was told. better have him head to one so there are no issues the day of your flight.

and to be on the safe side i would get to the airport about 4 or 5 hours early just in case something goes wrong and you need to contact him.


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Did your fiance e-mail you the itinerary? That is all you should need. That is what I sent my wife before she came. almost all tickets are electronic tickets these days. Very few instances of having the ticket in hand before going to the airport.

Yes thank you! :)

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If I were you I would ask the person who bought the plane ticket to go to the closest Delta ticket counter and show their id. This will keep it from being an issue. I talked with a Delta ticket agent at the airport and they said a copy will not work if there is a notation regarding an id in their system. The person who purchased the ticket can go to any Delta counter anytime before the flight and show their id.

thanks! :thumbs: My asawa bought it in person and showed his i.d..

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