If a pronoun is in object position in a sentence, you don't normally use the reflexive form of the pronoun -
Sally bought a ticket for him.
unless the subject and object of the sentence are the same -
John bought a ticket for himself.
What happens in the case where there are multiple pronouns in object position, and the subject is a subset of the object? Which of the following is correct?
John bought tickets for me and him.
John bought tickets for me and himself.