That Will Be $76.80 For the Minibar Even Though You Did Not Have the Key

How would you like to be in the situation that FlyerTalk member jan_az was in where she incurred a $76 minibar charge – actually US$76.80 – for a minibar to which she did not ever have the key in her possession?

Even worse, the charge was allegedly applied after she left the hotel!

She will need to unlock the mystery of the key charge for phantom minibar items never consumed. Can she beer to deal with the nuts who applied this charge, or will she wine and complain about it until the people responsible for the minibar charge go crackers and rescind it? Does she feel all juiced up about fighting it in sprite of the difficulty that lies ahead to resolve this issue, will she simply pop, or will she just keep the issue bottled up inside her?

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