How do not one, but two people, get a first class upgrade on a flight sitting in seat 1C/1B and not know they got upgraded and walk all the way to the back of the plane looking for their seat and then have to ask a flight attendant where seat 1C is??
Ugh, I am sorry for the mess! It sounds like this would be sorted out best by our experts on our reservations team. You can reach them at 800-252-7522 or by texting 82008.
Thanks, but I think there's literally nothing anyone can do. I can't even get my boarding pass from SEA-LHR until the American gate agents arrive at the gate. At least the British Airways lounge was able to find my ticket by looking up my seat number.
I need to figure out what shenanigans @TripActions pulled with my itinerary that caused the security check to reject my ID, and the @AlaskaAir lounge agent to have an extremely confused look on her face after scanning my boarding pass.
Turns out if you buy someone an @AlaskaAir flight with your airline miles, it gets added to your own Alaska account, and then you get push notifications when their flight starts boarding and have a mild panic because you thought you were supposed to be at the airport