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When determining a price for a journey, the price is a function of the availability on each individual flight. The availability loosely corresponds to the number of seats that have been sold and to the number that are still unsold. But really it is a tool that can be actively used to manage supply. The airline will open cheap seats if demand is weak and ...


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Use a Japanese concierge service like this one: Do you need to buy goods from a Pokemon, Disney or other specialist store in Tokyo? GoodsFromJapan can organize various Japan Concierge services whatever your needs while in Japan or outside the country. http://www.goodsfromjapan.com/japan-concierge-services-a-133.html That was the top result on ...


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The TfL website does not mention a deposit refund for faulty Oyster cards. They only mention that after you get a new card they will transfer the credit and passes you had on the faulty card. Quoting from TfL: Faulty Oyster card If your Oyster card doesn't work when you touch it on a yellow card reader, it may be faulty. You'll need to get a ...


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Pretty much every card follows the standard ISO/IEC 15693 or ISO/IEC 14443 which means they operate on 13.56 MHz and will potentially interfere with each other. You might be lucky here or there but in general any two contactless cards will cause interference.


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Depending on the time you have for your travel, it's a better option to take the night train (the train is VERY slow, so you lose quite some time during the day). Regarding buying the ticket, ours was bought by the hotel manager, and comparing to prices seen online there was no difference, so I assume there was no additional fee, compared to a travel ...



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