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Soutwest Airlines Terms

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Hello,

I'm looking to buy tickets for the 3 of us on SW, Denver to Boston, we've never used SW.
I read if you buy one day and the price is lower another you can rebook and get credit to your account, how does that work?

Is it true that they don't charge for exchange in tickets same day, different times?

To be eligible for the credits, should I buy each ticket separate better?

Do we have to pay again and get credit for the other if it's refundable ticket? I'm a little lost.

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