Well. Guess I'm not changing. I called and they said I would need to pay an extra 730 dollars to go from bedroom E to bedroom A. Lol. What a joke.
Call back and say you want to MODIFY your reservation. If the agent does not know how to do that without the price hike, as for a supervisor.
Will do! I'm guessing the agent took the price for bedroom A and was adding it to the price for bedroom E, rather than taking E off. Would make no sense that bedroom E would cost 930 dollars in fare and that bedroom A would cost 1662 dollars.
More likely that bedrooms went up in price since the time you originally booked.
By nearly double, though?
Yes, there is a huge price difference between low and high buckets. Bedrooms are not individually priced. Bedroom A is in the same inventory as Bedroom E.
Kind of too late to learn at this point, but can you explain low and high buckets? I keep seeing people mention buckets and pricing when I search stuff, but haven't really seen anything break down what it means exactly.