Here's the story... I got a ticket last december for $821 (which was refundable but the airline screwed up and didnt give me the money back!) but was not able to travel, so I was charged $150 change fee and credited $671 for travel within the next 12 months (9 now).
As usual, I'm again looking for tickets but I still dont know when I'm going to be able to travel, my work schedule is very unpredictable.
The question is: If I go ahead and buy another refundable ticket, using this credit and of course, paying whatever the difference is, do I get a refund for the total amount of the ticket if by any chance I'm again unable to travel? Or they would only refund the fare difference? I'm not trying to get my money back, I'm sure I will use that credit anyway, I just want to make sure because I dont want them to say something like "since your first ticket was not refundable, you cannot get the money back, or have to -again- pay $150 plus whatever fees, etc, etc, etc, you get my point.