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Topic # 107533 14-Aug-2012 09:30
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Starting a new job around Upper Queen St. in a few weeks and wanted to get a feel for any places that do monthly at a reasonable rate.
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  Reply # 672091 14-Aug-2012 09:34
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What do you consider a reasonable rate?



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  Reply # 672092 14-Aug-2012 09:36
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Anything under NZ$165 per month :)




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  Reply # 672094 14-Aug-2012 09:39
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There is a ParkRight on Mercury Lane




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  Reply # 672096 14-Aug-2012 09:39
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Allocated parking spot?



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  Reply # 672098 14-Aug-2012 09:41
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Nah not worried about allocated since I'm an early bird anyway Heavenly :)

Thanks Cisconz. They're the ones who are NZ$165 per month. If I can get cheaper though that would be great.




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  Reply # 672100 14-Aug-2012 09:43
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I work in Upper Queen Street and you will be hard pressed to find it cheaper than that

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  Reply # 672102 14-Aug-2012 09:43
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$165 is very reasonable already I believe.



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  Reply # 672103 14-Aug-2012 09:46
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Alright thanks guys. Guess I am going to have to scratch that and go with plan B :)




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  Reply # 672104 14-Aug-2012 09:53
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Plan B does it = Bus?



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  Reply # 672106 14-Aug-2012 09:55
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Aye :)
Get into Britomart. Catch the Citylink up. Hike down Queen St. after work, catch bus home.




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  Reply # 672107 14-Aug-2012 10:00
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Get a Hop card and the red bus up Queen Street is free



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  Reply # 672108 14-Aug-2012 10:04
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50c isn't a huge deal :)
But if I can figure out the cheapest method to pay via HOP from Constellation Dr. into the city then I'll go that way.




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  Reply # 672110 14-Aug-2012 10:06
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Cheapest way is Hop card or you could thumb a ride on the Constellation Dr on ramp :P

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  Reply # 672111 14-Aug-2012 10:12
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Maybe we need to start Geekzone car pooling...



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  Reply # 672121 14-Aug-2012 10:31
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How does the HOP card work? Do you just top up your card with X amount and it takes the correct amount off depending on how many stages you're doing?

As for hitch hiking... eep no way! Too many scary people out there.




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