Is there a good time to change seats?

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    Many airlines reserve the more desirable seats for the frequent flyer elite level members. In addition, some seats are labeled as preferred, such as exit rows as well as bulkhead seats, and require additional payment for these more spacious seats.
    You might want to call Continental, and ask about the blacked-out seats to see if they are actually available for assignment. Otherwise, monitor the seats daily. Sometimes there are equpment changes and the seatmap can fluctuate between assigned and available. If you’re lucky, you might catch it in the middle of the change and grab yourself better seats.

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