Drink Coupons: Food for Thought

What if you happen to have coupons good for complimentary alcoholic drinks on a flight, but you are hungry and do not partake in alcoholic beverages? Is there a chance of Using drink vouchers for food?

The rationale is that an alcoholic beverage is worth approximately US$5, so why not apply that amount towards the purchase of food on-board the aircraft? That reasoning makes perfect sense, right?

Well, even if substitutions for drinks and headsets are not allowed, FlyerTalk members come up with other ways on how to benefit from the coupons…

2 thoughts on “Drink Coupons: Food for Thought”

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  2. Tines says:

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