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United and Orbitz - no problem with IRROPs today

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Lots of people say not to use a 3rd-party seller because you won't get customer service.
So far, I've been 100% lucky with this, and today was no exception.

I was booked for SEA-SFO-AUS. I arrived at the airport this morning, and as so often happens, the SEA-SFO flight was delayed. So after standing in line for about 10 minutes, I was rebooked by the United gate agent to SEA-IAH-AUS, arriving 8 minutes later than my original schedule.

I know with multiple airlines, things might get more dicey, but that's how it worked in this case. I see no reason not to buy with Orbitz if it is offering a cheaper price.

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