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Old Aug 4, 19, 12:20 pm
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nzkarit
 
Join Date: Jan 2016
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Originally Posted by needtoescape View Post
Thanks, sbiddle. I had assumed that the higher pricing on the nonstop route is because it is more desirable and has less current (or expected future) availability, so I understand it may not be available for same day change. But, it is worth spending 20 NZD more for the possibility of saving some time if I can switch to the nonstop or being able to select seats in advance for the two segments if I end up on the connecting flight I book.
Only your can decide on the value on the non stop or selection of seats. Is it worth $20 to you?

Everyone has their own needs and preferences. E.g. for my self I would pay for the non stop now as saves messing around with transits and the risks involved. (Unless I was in some type of status run scenario when the goal was $/SP and getting to the next 10 journey boost)
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