Hooray, ancillary fees!
Most airlines are big on them these days as a way to raise more revenue and United Airlines has apparently decided that the change fee on restricted fares was too low at $150 per change. The new fee is $200.
Ouch. Oh, and United remains out in front with their policy of charging new money for the change rather than taking it out of the fare difference if the fare went down. Not exceptionally customer-friendly.
h/t to EEM for spotting this one.
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