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Delta passengers can now auction their seats
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Delta Airlines is allowing passengers to auction their seats on overbooked flights.
If a flight is overbooked, passengers checking in at an airport kiosk or online will see a screen asking if they would like to submit a bid for the value of a travel voucher they'd take to be bumped to another flight.
Passengers enter a dollar amount.
Delta accepts lower bids first and says gate agents can still give out additional compensation, like hotel vouchers, if the next flight isn't until the following day.
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