Once I got connected with an agent, I was told that my reservation was cancelled because I was a “no show” for my earlier flight from LAX to Denver on Wednesday, which clearly wasn’t true. I don’t know why they cancelled the original booking (though I suspected that the original United agents really wanted to make an example of me for some reason), but now they charged another $250 to re-issue my ticket for something I never cancelled myself.
So the grand total for these erroneous change fees was now about $638 and change…
- Day 1 (March 22, 2017 – Colorado Springs, Colorado: “Drama At The Gate”
- Day 2 (March 23, 2017 – Colorado Springs, Colorado: “Opportunity Knocks”
- Day 3 (March 24, 2017 – Los Angeles, California: “The Happy Drunk”
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