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Close to 4,000 flights were cancelled on Thursday as a winter storm slammed the Northeast.
If you’re someone who was affected by Thursday’s mass cancellations, we’ve rounded up everything you need to know about getting properly reimbursed.
Scroll down for our tips and tricks:
First, check with your airline directly.
This is the most obvious piece of advice, but airlines should contact you directly allowing you to re-book your flight or get reimbursed.
The credit card you used to book the flight may offer additional compensation.
Chase Sapphire, the United Airlines Explorer Card with Chase, and some of the City Bank American Airlines Advantage cards offer protection in the event of a cancellation, George Hobica, the founder and president of airfarewatchdog, previously told Business Insider.
For example, if you’re stuck in an airport away from home, the cards offer between $300 and $500 to book…
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