Just booked flight: how does TripFlex work?

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I just booked a flight on Allegiant for our family of 3 for June. I normally do not like to use Allegiant but the price difference was huge ($110 including bags vs $500 / person). I bought TripFlex for an additional $27/person. I may have work issues and my wife is pregnant at end of August 2017.

How does Trip Flex work? It said you can use it one time. Does that mean one leg, or round trip? Can you postpone, or can you cancel, and if you had to do that, could you only do it for one leg? Does it cover only the flight price or the taxes and fees too? The terms and conditions are here: https://www.allegiantair.com/trip-flex
 

kenish

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The answers to your questions are in the link you provided, with the "fine print" at the "View Terms and Conditions" link in blue italics. After reading it, feel free to come back with any remaining questions. It's always better to get your questions answered *before* purchase...at this point, it is what it is. :)
 
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Well I have 24 hours to cancel Trip Flex and am still in that period.

I had read that terms and conditions before, but still not sure the answers.