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User currently offlineInTheSky74 From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 546 posts, RR: 0
Posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 10 hours ago) and read 10509 times:

JetBlue just started their own eBay page to sell tickets and stuff...

Interesting.

http://www.jetblue.com/ebay/

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User currently offlinePlatinumfoota From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 556 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 10362 times:
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Smart move by Jet Blue. Wonder if anyone else will follow.


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User currently offlineOa260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26844 posts, RR: 58
Reply 2, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 10339 times:

Cool idea . I guess if you are free for the dates on sale outbound and return then it could be a good deal . Im sure others will follow. I would love to fly them sometime. Sound like a cool airline.

User currently offlineADXMatt From United States of America, joined Jul 2006, 950 posts, RR: 2
Reply 3, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 8 hours ago) and read 10159 times:

Airlines need to be raising fares

new revenue streams for checked bags, water, soda, IFE, etc

This is NOT the way to go.

I do not think anyone else will do this.


User currently offlineLuv2fly From United States of America, joined May 2003, 12090 posts, RR: 49
Reply 4, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 8 hours ago) and read 10152 times:



Quoting ADXMatt (Reply 3):
Airlines need to be raising fares

new revenue streams for checked bags, water, soda, IFE, etc

This is NOT the way to go.

I do not think anyone else will do this.

Same concept as priceline.com

Way to sell excess seats through a source other than traditional venues. Also allows you to keep your prices high as you are unloaded seats that might otherwise go unsold and unnoticed by not lowering prices on your own website.



You can cut the irony with a knife
User currently offlineCadet57 From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 9085 posts, RR: 31
Reply 5, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 10060 times:



Quoting ADXMatt (Reply 3):
new revenue streams for checked bags, water, soda, IFE, etc

Welcome to Ryanai... I mean American Airlines Flight 1800 with non stop customer service, straight to the bottom!



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User currently offlineAirPortugal310 From Palau, joined Apr 2004, 3574 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 7 hours ago) and read 9921 times:

seems pretty cool to me...if your schedule matches anything they offer


I sell airplanes and airplane accessories
User currently offlineSilentbob From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 2049 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 9826 times:



Quoting Luv2fly (Reply 4):
Same concept as priceline.com

That concept is killing the industry


User currently offlineLASOctoberB6 From Japan, joined Nov 2006, 2380 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 9799 times:



Quoting Silentbob (Reply 7):
That concept is killing the industry

How? I just want to know..



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User currently offlineCharlib52 From United States of America, joined Apr 2004, 164 posts, RR: 18
Reply 9, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 9699 times:

You know, this might be an interesting marketing study to see what people are willing to pay without having to use normal reservation methods.

I realize most of the prices they get out of these auctions will be lower than premium (probably considerably more on some of them) However it's not like thousands of tickets are on sale from what I can see -- just a smattering few in the grand scheme of things. This type of data -- who wants what tickets at what price in a fairly un-biased system -- is invaluable.

I think perhaps jetBlue is smart in this. Perhaps they are testing alternate pricing power controls that may challenge the historical yield management viewpoints and processes.

Just my first thoughts from the hip...


User currently offlineAirPortugal310 From Palau, joined Apr 2004, 3574 posts, RR: 2
Reply 10, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 9648 times:



Quoting LASOctoberB6 (Reply 8):
How? I just want to know..

I would too, considering it is the airline that offers part of its inventory to these websites...

Essentially, what he is saying is that the airline industry is killing itself (and maybe it is who knows...)

This is a simple case of incremental revenue, whereby the business makes some money as opposed to NO money on otherwise unsold goods. Take it or leave it



I sell airplanes and airplane accessories
User currently offlineBohica From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 2668 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 6 hours ago) and read 9624 times:



Quoting ADXMatt (Reply 3):
This is NOT the way to go.

Why not? These are seats that are probably not going to be sold. If they can get a couple of bucks off an otherwise empty seat, good for them.

Quoting Silentbob (Reply 7):
That concept is killing the industry

Selling tickets for otherwise empty seats is killing the industry? Does that mean if the seat remains unsold it will save the industry?


User currently offlineLuv2cattlecall From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 1650 posts, RR: 2
Reply 12, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 9578 times:
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Quoting AirPortugal310 (Reply 10):

This is a simple case of incremental revenue, whereby the business makes some money as opposed to NO money on otherwise unsold goods. Take it or leave it

Exactly..and there is a near-zero chance of losing a client who may have been willing to pay full fare to a priceline fare - Businesses need confirmed times, not a crapshoot - and it's not worth their time to mess around with bidding - no matter how much Shatner's willing to help... Heck, most businesses don't mess around with DING! from WN even though it's confirmed flight times, and in many cases, awesome deals (Scored a $29 o/w from MCO-ORF three nights before my flight, vs. the $161 on the site!)


The jetBlue auctions are much better for B6 than priceline could have been because the way Priceline works is - they're given a list of consolidator-rate prices by the airilne, and if your bid is above that, it gets accepted - if the Airline had a consolidator rate of $50 from MCO-BFE, and you bid $90, Priceline pockets the $40... Here, the airline gets the full amount of what you were willing to pay. Also, unlke Priceline, just about every single flight listed will generate at least $50 or so of revenue that 1) Won't result in losing a chance to get $399 from that same pax and 2) Won't result in jetBlue running out of seats that could potentially generate revenue (assuming they do their math right)

I can't wait to see the feedback jetBlue gets - something like "Great airline, would fly again A++++++++++" for sure!



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User currently offlineLincoln From United States of America, joined Nov 2004, 3887 posts, RR: 8
Reply 13, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 5 hours ago) and read 9579 times:



Quoting ADXMatt (Reply 3):
This is NOT the way to go.

That was my first thought, but then I looked at the listings -- they aren't selling "open" (i.e. city and date unspecified) tickets, or even open date (city specified) tickets -- they're selling tickets for flights on specific itineraries, and at least the one I looked at (LGB-DC) wasn't particularly appealing.

Those seats are going to be flying from City A to City B on that date at that time anyway. Presumably B6's load forecasting has shown that there's likely to be at least two unsold seats on those flights anyway.

An empty seat has no value once the boarding door is closed, but still costs money to fly -- any revenue they can derive from it is a good thing, plus they're going to get their 15 minutes of PR from it which money can't buy.

Lincoln



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User currently offlineExpatmatt From Liechtenstein, joined Oct 2004, 113 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 2 hours ago) and read 9364 times:

Is the airline really putting their people to good use listing these flights/packages on eBay for minimal incremental revenue? I'm not convinced it's a good use of their resources (staff) based on the potential ROI of these auctions.

Just my $0.02, but I can't see the other airlines following... especially the airlines that have a much larger network.

I do think, however, it's an interesting way to create a buzz or some extra publicity out there.


User currently offlineTys777 From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 404 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 2 hours ago) and read 9141 times:



Quoting Expatmatt (Reply 14):
Is the airline really putting their people to good use listing these flights/packages on eBay for minimal incremental revenue? I'm not convinced it's a good use of their resources (staff) based on the potential ROI of these auctions.

Have you ever tried to list something on ebay? it takes all of 5-10 minutes tops..If use of staff is an issue, I'm sure they have an intern lying around that knows how to get on ebay and list a plane ticket.



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User currently offlineBlueFlyer From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 3917 posts, RR: 2
Reply 16, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 9054 times:
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Auctioning off plane tickets is nothing new. Skyauction.com has been doing it for years but mostly for international trips. Pricing-wise, it may not necessarily be a bad move by B6 either, especially if they follow the same model that Skyauction and its participating carriers do, whereby trips are priced from the East coast, with add-on fares for the rest of the country so high that it usually is cheaper to buy directly from an airline or a travel web site...


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User currently offlineREALDEAL From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 17, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 8828 times:



Quoting ADXMatt (Reply 3):
Airlines need to be raising fares

new revenue streams for checked bags, water, soda, IFE, etc

This is NOT the way to go.

I do not think anyone else will do this.

Great idea, but you have to look into each auction to see the dates. They should put the dates in the headline.

Not exactly putting a lot of seats out & they will have to put up with ebayers not paying.

Still it won't take of lot of people to manage just 1 or 2 part time.

It will increase yield per flight on seats that would otherwise have gone empty.

Otherall, it says, hey we have some great fares out there, you don't have to fly Southwest for lowest fares.
(Southwest don't always have the lowest fares, but it's all about perception)


User currently offlineBkircher From United States of America, joined Sep 2005, 208 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 8816 times:

I think this is a brilliant move by B6!!! Im surprised that other airlines havent done this yet, there are soooo many people that use ebay everyday. Brilliant

User currently offlineREALDEAL From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 19, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 8798 times:



Quoting Tys777 (Reply 15):
Have you ever tried to list something on ebay? it takes all of 5-10 minutes tops..If use of staff is an issue, I'm sure they have an intern lying around that knows how to get on ebay and list a plane ticket.

much less time to relist, which is what they might do if certauin flights have lots of seats. That's is put out 2, then 2 more, then 2 more.

Probably get a lot more revenue than if put them all out at once.

Virgin Blue did similar thing on Australian auction website sold.com.au(which no longer exists) when they 1st started.

Cheap advertising !!!

Someone is sellign Qantas seats around Xmas on ebay.com.au from Australian end to LA & return.

I mean QF will never fill 3 x 744's it has operating SYD/LAX 25DEC, so someone might as well try & sell them.


User currently offlineExpatmatt From Liechtenstein, joined Oct 2004, 113 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 8778 times:



Quoting Tys777 (Reply 15):
Have you ever tried to list something on ebay? it takes all of 5-10 minutes tops..If use of staff is an issue, I'm sure they have an intern lying around that knows how to get on ebay and list a plane ticket.

Yes it's true that it may take 5-10 minutes, but... keep this in mind:

Staffing in the industry is being reduced considerably and resources (people) are stretched too thin -- Managers need to keep an eye on the best use of their staff and if a human has to manage this eBay endeavor, the Manager needs to determine if his/her staff member could spend that same time doing another activity that would generate more revenue for the company. This is a fact of life in nearly every business... you have to prioritise, and I'm not convinced (at this point in time) it's the most efficient or most effective use of what's becoming a more and more valuable (and scarce) resource.

Now, that said, it's obvious how (and why) tasks are being automated (and unfortunately outsourced) -- at every step of the customer lifecycle. From booking, to ticketing, to check in, and even to post-travel customer complaint resolution. IF jetBlue is able to automate this eBay strategy so that this auctionable inventory is automatically dumped into eBay auctions, monitored and then settled, then I retract my comments, as that's an efficient way to run such a program.

I recognise you're young in your career, so you may not recall the entry of airlines onto the Internet and the birth of e-Savers or e-Fares back in 1997, but that whole activity was fairly reliant on humans to find the markets with excess inventory to dump. Today, it's an extremely automated process. It's come a long way since then and many variables are taken into account now and it's a lot more comprehensive than it used to be. A big question comes up when you discount inventory on a regular basis... are you going to lose or gain customers as a result, when you create expectations (e.g. lose customers that EXPECT a sale for JFK-LAX for example and don't see it that weekend, so they just cancel their trip overall... and gain customers who normally wouldn't travel but see a great fare and decide to fly). I'm not sure if the net result would be + or -, but the e-fares shifted buying behaviour and booking patterns (how far out people will book). A lot of lessons learned, so will the auctions dilute the revenue the airline would have gotten if they didn't go the route of the auctions? Real questions and real issues for the folks in Revenue Management and Pricing to think about.

jetBlue has only launched this today, so it will be a matter of time before the true ROI on this will be known. Despite my initial skepticism, I give them a lot of credit for trying something different and trying to reach potential new demographics.

Just some things to think about having been close to some of these real issues.


User currently offlineREALDEAL From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days ago) and read 8743 times:



Quoting Expatmatt (Reply 20):
Yes it's true that it may take 5-10 minutes, but... keep this in mind:

Staffing in the industry is being reduced considerably and resources (people) are stretched too thin -- Managers need to keep an eye on the best use of their staff and if a human has to manage this eBay endeavor, the Manager needs to determine if his/her staff member could spend that same time doing another activity that would generate more revenue for the company. This is a fact of life in nearly every business... you have to prioritise, and I'm not convinced (at this point in time) it's the most efficient or most effective use of what's becoming a more and more valuable (and scarce) resource.

Now, that said, it's obvious how (and why) tasks are being automated (and unfortunately outsourced) -- at every step of the customer lifecycle. From booking, to ticketing, to check in, and even to post-travel customer complaint resolution. IF jetBlue is able to automate this eBay strategy so that this auctionable inventory is automatically dumped into eBay auctions, monitored and then settled, then I retract my comments, as that's an efficient way to run such a program.

I recognise you're young in your career, so you may not recall the entry of airlines onto the Internet and the birth of e-Savers or e-Fares back in 1997, but that whole activity was fairly reliant on humans to find the markets with excess inventory to dump. Today, it's an extremely automated process. It's come a long way since then and many variables are taken into account now and it's a lot more comprehensive than it used to be. A big question comes up when you discount inventory on a regular basis... are you going to lose or gain customers as a result, when you create expectations (e.g. lose customers that EXPECT a sale for JFK-LAX for example and don't see it that weekend, so they just cancel their trip overall... and gain customers who normally wouldn't travel but see a great fare and decide to fly). I'm not sure if the net result would be + or -, but the e-fares shifted buying behaviour and booking patterns (how far out people will book). A lot of lessons learned, so will the auctions dilute the revenue the airline would have gotten if they didn't go the route of the auctions? Real questions and real issues for the folks in Revenue Management and Pricing to think about.

jetBlue has only launched this today, so it will be a matter of time before the true ROI on this will be known. Despite my initial skepticism, I give them a lot of credit for trying something different and trying to reach potential new demographics.

Just some things to think about having been close to some of these real issues.

Jetblue could put some junior employee on commission only, eg. 10% of all fares not taxes who actually pay up (not just bidders).

This then, would cost them stuff all, get heaps of free advertising . Hey I just went to their main website to see exactly where they flew, so my awareness of Jetblue just increased dramatically.

Many Australians book flights to LA thru agents & then get online & but tickets from various carriers. Airpasses are as popular as they used to be.

Australians can't use priceline.com unless they have a US credit card (silly as Australian banking system is much better than US banking system).

Jetblue should put some of these auctions on ebay.com.au & make them user friendly, ie. not require people to call a US 1800 number, but maybe go to a online form ?


User currently offlineLuv2cattlecall From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 1650 posts, RR: 2
Reply 22, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 4 days 21 hours ago) and read 8060 times:
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Quoting REALDEAL (Reply 17):
Great idea, but you have to look into each auction to see the dates. They should put the dates in the headline

No kidding! Or just spend the extra 10 cents for a subtitle...though the search function only looks at the main heading.

Quoting REALDEAL (Reply 17):
Not exactly putting a lot of seats out & they will have to put up with ebayers not paying.

It says that you have to checkout via a link they send you in an email - so it's not like anyone's going to be flying free anytime soon (unless they're a RapidRewards or TrueBlue member lol)

Quoting Expatmatt (Reply 20):
sure they have an intern lying around that knows how to get on ebay and list a plane ticket.

Yes it's true that it may take 5-10 minutes, but... keep this in mind:

Staffing in the industry is being reduced considerably and resources (people) are stretched too thin -- Managers need to keep an eye on the best use of their staff and if a human has to manage this eBay endeavor, the Manager needs to determine if his/her staff member could spend that same time doing another activity that would generate more revenue for the company. This is a fact of life in nearly every business... you have to prioritise, and I'm not convinced (at this point in time) it's the most efficient or most effective use of what's becoming a more and more valuable (and scarce) resource.

Let's say this takes two employees a year - each making $45,000...let's do some math

365-weekends, holidays, and vacation time = 250 productive days/yr = $360/day for both combined

They're at work for 8 hours a day (Source: A Dolly Parton song)

That works out to

$45/hr for 2 employees

The current high bid for an auction ending in 2 days for an MCO/JFK flight (keep in mind that the majority of bids are placed within the last 60 minutes) is already up to $102.40

Even if the average sale fare is $100, the employees would need to sell less than one ticket every 2 hours in order to be cash negative.

Quoting Expatmatt (Reply 20):

I recognise you're young in your career, so you may not recall the entry of airlines onto the Internet and the birth of e-Savers or e-Fares back in 1997, but that whole activity was fairly reliant on humans to find the markets with excess inventory to dump. Today, it's an extremely automated process. It's come a long way since then and many variables are taken into account now and it's a lot more comprehensive than it used to be. A big question comes up when you discount inventory on a regular basis... are you going to lose or gain customers as a result, when you create expectations (e.g. lose customers that EXPECT a sale for JFK-LAX for example and don't see it that weekend, so they just cancel their trip overall... and gain customers who normally wouldn't travel but see a great fare and decide to fly). I'm not sure if the net result would be + or -, but the e-fares shifted buying behaviour and booking patterns (how far out people will book). A lot of lessons learned, so will the auctions dilute the revenue the airline would have gotten if they didn't go the route of the auctions? Real questions and real issues for the folks in Revenue Management and Pricing to think about.

I agree that automation has done wonders for the industry...however, I believe that cherry-picked human listings will work out best in order to avoid the situation that you described - full Y dilution. These tickets seem to mostly be tickets for the near-term - e-fares would sell discounted tickets far in advance for a seat that's anticipated to be empty. When they do that, they cannibalize one pax segment, because, like you said, expectations are created... However, since these are for flights about a week out, and the majority of people buying tickets in that short of a term are business fliers or someone that just HAS to be somewhere - both groups being segments that are going to use a travel agency, an internal travel dept, or Kayak/Orbitz and the like..the types of people buying said full-fare last minute tickets will be mutually exclusive from those bidding on eBay (Guy who decides he wants to see his g/f, like the guy in the video below..wife who wants to visit her husband at at month-long convention...people wanting to kill a weekend in another city, etc). Most in yield management will tell you that Priceline/Hotwire have done wonders for the bottom line, load factors (total revenue per flight goes up...even if average revenue for filled pax seat goes down), and the like, instead of causing harm.

Sure, they could get IT to work with Yield Management and Marketing to automate this whole thing - but I'm willing to bet that'll cost way more than $90k/yr. in overhead.

While I'm confident that this will work out well for B6 - even if it didn't, they won't be out much money.



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User currently offlineSbworcs From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 836 posts, RR: 5
Reply 23, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 4 days 20 hours ago) and read 7666 times:

Just checking the ebay site and they have a EWR - MCO flight for 2 people with highest bid of $202.50 plus the $42 they add in taxes. If you buy the tickets on the web it is $458 at the moment for the same flights. So less revenue but obviosly more than if the seat went empty.


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User currently offlineREALDEAL From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (5 years 10 months 2 weeks 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 7475 times:



Quoting Luv2cattlecall (Reply 22):
Quoting REALDEAL (Reply 17):
Not exactly putting a lot of seats out & they will have to put up with ebayers not paying.

It says that you have to checkout via a link they send you in an email - so it's not like anyone's going to be flying free anytime soon (unless they're a RapidRewards or TrueBlue member lol)

what I said was ebayers not paying.

Lots of people make bids on ebay, win & don't pay & all ebay can do is black ban their email address.

Think ebay needs to look at people registering a credit card, which gets charged automatically.

Works for www.graysonline.com.au is Australia.

Great if u win, items just turns up a few days later or in the case of a ticket, gets emailed, as long as card doesn't bounce.

Quoting Luv2cattlecall (Reply 22):
Let's say this takes two employees a year - each making $45,000...let's do some math

hell it would only take 1 person a few hours a day tops. No need to do any maths.


25 NQYGuy : Looks like they've all been pulled, as I can't fly any flights at all. Also noticed this in the listing: "JetBlue Roundtrip Flights for Two - New York
26 Richierich : I think it is interesting... it is like priceline except that you - as the consumer - can see what last minute deals are available. On priceline, you
27 LuiePL : Looks like they started to get pulled while I was checking it out. I was looking at NYC flights and everyone I clicked on came back as an "invalid it
28 Lightsaber : Even better, its creating buzz. Not here. Maybe a few a.netters will bid on tickets. But this is some of the cheapest advertising B6 could have come
29 Tys777 : wouldn't shock me... Ebay is really strict on tickets and frequent flier stuff...
30 0NEWAIR0 : This is not that good of an idea. People will only bid if the price is below the price of a ticket offered through a conventional method. The only pos
31 F9Animal : I am having all kinds of issues trying to find anything. One minute, you find some. The next, its gone. Great way to advertise. It is all over the med
32 Post contains links NEMA : We've had Thomson's (TUI) on UK Ebay now for about 5 years. http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Thomsonholidays Not exactly the same as the JetBlue practice perh
33 Jariarkko : Uh. Let me guess, you think the other dysfunctional airlines are the model to follow? I'm very tired of people on this site suggesting innovating, we
34 Luv2cattlecall : Certainly...I just wanted to show Expatmatt how even in an extreme state of unproductivity, the employees would still be earning the company enough t
35 REALDEAL : couldn't agree more, especially with fixed dates, which would suit retirees for example, who will go somewhere whenever for the sake of it. (in fine
36 REALDEAL : clarification .. COULDN'T AGREE MORE with this bit only
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