How to get a refund for coronavirus-canceled travel -- from hotline help to 'the nuclear option'
O'Hare International Airport photo posted on Twitter by Brooke Geiger McDonald.

As the new coronavirus continues to cripple the travel industry, consumers are clamoring to get their money back for the unused airline tickets, lodging, tours, car rentals and cruises booked before their plans were hijacked by a pandemic.For some, recouping what they spent has been straightforward and simple, or they’re content to accept credits for future travel in lieu of cash.Others have found that in a world without sports, getting refunds is the new national pastime. They’ve spent countless hours on hold, ping-ponged between travel providers passing the buck and struggled to make sense o...


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