My flight LAS-DEN was delayed this morning making for a 12 minute connection at DEN. They tried to route me many different ways without success, including thru Newark. No thanks.
I opted to stay in Vegas. They gave me a voucher for the hotel which was no problem. They also gave me food vouchers for a restaurant at the same hotel and for a Dennys nearby. Actually spelled "DENNIES" on the voucher. The manager at Dennys didn't know what to do with the voucher and questioned the spelling and authenticity of it. She didn't accept it.
It looks like it has a credit card number, minus the first 3 digits of a 16 digit number, an expiration date, and a CVV three digit number. Each of the vouchers all have different numbers.
Do these act as a credit card basically? Does the merchant simply manually enter the information as a credit card rather than "swiping" the card? Just curious how they work and how the hotel, restaurants, cab companies, etc get paid.
I am scheduled to leave LAS at 6am tomorrow and arrive DSM 24.5 hours later than planned.