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According to Halacha, if one misses both shacharit and minchah in the same day, can one do tashlumin for both at maariv? Or can one only do tashlumin for one Amidah?

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This is a major dispute among the Rishonim. Shulchan Arukh (OC 108:4-5) rules that only the most recent missed prayer is subject to the laws of Tashlumin, but one can, and it is proper to do so, pray additional voluntary prayers in place of all the other ones missed.

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  • +1. But not on Shabbos, when voluntary offerings are not brought (Rambam, Hilchos T'filla 1:10).
    – Fred
    Feb 5 at 21:00
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    @Fred Some acharonim indeed recommend that, but others explicitly allow this on shabbat as well
    – Double AA
    Feb 5 at 21:03
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    Interesting. My impression is that general consensus among modern-day Ashkenazi poskim is that practically one does not pray a nedava on Shabbos. That's the position of the Mishna B'rura (107:5), and R' Chaim Kanievsky and Rav Soloveitchik ruled that way as well.
    – Fred
    Feb 5 at 21:49
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    @Fred Pretty much no one ever prays nedava ever, so it's no real chiddush or puk-chazi/proof from minhag. In our case here though there is a tzad that this isn't a regular nedava so there is more reason to allow it, and indeed some pretty regular ashkenazi acharonim (magen avraham, beir heitev) do.
    – Double AA
    Feb 5 at 22:05

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