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Mysterious Upgrade?

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Quick question. I have a round trip booked with United, and I've checked my seat assignments several times before now (I'm leaving tomorrow night). A few minutes ago, I checked over everything again and discovered my first flight has mysteriously bumped me up to a seat in Economy+, though my return trip seat has remained the same (in Economy).

There's no error or anything, right? I've never flown before, so I'm just kinda confused at why they would suddenly change my seat like that. (I didn't change the seat myself at any point in time. I left it at the default.)

I want to make sure I won't get the airport tomorrow and find that there's been some mistake, and I lose my seat or something like that. Flying is confusing enough without added hardships.

Thoughts?

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