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Topic # 228683 17-Jan-2018 11:07
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I like the idea of earning airpoints where possible. This is the second time I've attempted to make a booking and the first time ended up with me calling Air NZ to book for me.

 

I can successfully login but cannot complete a booking on their website before I'm redirected to home page and (what appears to be) logged out. When I log in and attempt make a new booking, I notice my previous attempts are displayed as "pending" bookings in some right hand section.

 

Since I'm out of the country right now, I'd rather not call Air NZ because it'll cost me an arm and leg. However, I'm curious to know if the problem is just with me and if anyone has used the site to (successfully) book a transfer or if this is a common problem.


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  Reply # 1941397 17-Jan-2018 11:07
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Allow me to introduce you folks to our new travel community: TravelTalk NZ.

 

We hope to see you there!

 





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  Reply # 1941400 17-Jan-2018 11:10
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Are you using an adblocker?

 

I tried their service a couple of times and found out that it would cost me $20 - $25 more than the local Wellington Combined fare from home to airport (which is already around $60) and I would get a very small number of Air Dollars back. Not worth it really.





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  Reply # 1941408 17-Jan-2018 11:15
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Where are you?

 

The prices on the NZ taxi website are terrible. You might earn a few APD but in somewhere like AKL you can easily pay $30 or so more for the privilege.

 

 




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  Reply # 1941534 17-Jan-2018 14:20
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It's $45 for the two of us at the moment (airport to central). I'm not fussed about the airpoints but it's inconvenient since I'm stuck with doing everything online. I'll probably end up booking with super shuttle since it'll end up costing the same.

 

I don't use an adblocker.

 

 


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  Reply # 1941545 17-Jan-2018 14:41
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why not uber? 

 

akl taxi from airport to cbd anything from $60-100.

 

uber is always under $50. cheapest was during the night $32 :)





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  Reply # 1941610 17-Jan-2018 16:21
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All the major companies in Auckland have flat rates now.

 

This was the latest prices from yesterday when I was passing through.

 

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Compare that to the prices on the Air NZ taxi service..

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1941617 17-Jan-2018 16:40
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Just Uber...

 

Wellington to Johnsonville is always around $30-40. Especially now that Wellington has Uber parking, and Auckland they come in to the Taxi parks too, not sure on ChCh.

 

Back up in Palmy North now with no Uber, and its cost $30 to go from basically middle of town to Airport - 10 minute trip.


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