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Old 14-02-2020, 01:38 PM   #1969
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Yea, need to change date for both way so price add up is very high.
I think he mean, new ticket cost $200 but change cost is $170. Therefore, it's still cheaper to change than to buy new ticket.
Thanks Andrew. Using dede's example:

Change date = $150 (piad for old ticket) + 50 + 120 =$320
Buy new ticket = $150 (old ticket burnt) + 200 = $350


Btw, I submitted my Jetstar refund request, and this went to my mailbox.
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What should I prepare before talking to the team?
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