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Has anyone ever had to present credit card used to purchase ticket at check-in

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Addendum to thread going on in US section (do not read it unless you are holding a glass of wine or other similar beverage - guaranteed to give you a migraine).

It appears that some airlines state you must present the same credit card used to purchase ticket at time of check in. While there have been many responses indicating times they were NOT required to do so, am wondering if anyone has actually been denied boarding if they did not have a matching credit card.

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