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Silk Air - Need to show credit card?

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In the past, when I've flown Silk Air, they have requested to see the credit card with which I purchased the tickets at the time of check-in. A month or so after I purchased my tickets, American Express sent me a new card even though the old one had not expired. The new card is for the same account, but it has a different number.

I called Singapore Air to see what I could do to expidite check-in without the credit card. After 20+ minutes, the agent told me that it was ok, my ticket had been "verified."

Anyone have experience with a similar situation? I'm sure I've read of a similar situation from someone here (lcuy?) and it was a big problem.

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