Want to sit shut enough to distract Ja Morant on a free throw because the Grizzlies attempt to edge the Blazers for that final playoff spot? Nab a $14 nosebleed seat and get your swiping finger prepared. It’s a crapshoot, but the payoff could be rewarding—one fan on Twitter says he’s successfully upgraded thrice and saved around $80. European carriers and ports abide by the “use it or lose it” slot coverage, which suggests an airline is required to fly at least 80 percent of its slots or threat having that point reallocated to a competitor. Grant Shapps, the UK secretary of state for transport, known as for British slot regulators to reconsider this rule final week, as did the International Air Transport Association, but no changes have been made.
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