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Never again. Spirit plays games with pricing.

Integrity has been lost with me. Checking a bag can be anywhere from $45 to $100. All a big scam. The less you are aware the more Spirit gouches.

Way to lose customers.

Bags cost no more to the airline, but cost considerably more to the consumer. This exposes the truth that Spirit cares more about the dollar than they care about the consumer. The crazy thing is that Spirit never even directly touches your bag.

How could it possibly cost $45 to $100?

Spirit should quit playing games and operate with integrity pricing. Options for flying are greater than what Spirit offers.

This person wrote the review because of pricing issue at Spirit Airlines. Reviewer claimed that he or she wants Spirit Airlines to read this review and look into the issue (if any).

The most disappointing in user's experience was disgraceful pricing scam. The author asks this business to immediately contact him/ her to briefly discuss his/ her negative experience with the company.

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Anonymous
Bellevue, Washington, United States #1235196

It does cost more money for the airline.the more bags you put on the airplane the more weight you add and that equals more fuel consumption.think abou your car for example say you weigh down all the seats inside and weigh down trunk the more weight you add the worse your fuel efficency.times that by like a million for an airplane.other airlines charge for bags also.they just dont give you a choice it is included already in the usually much higher airfare.

h.kitchener
Columbia, South Carolina, United States #1124407

What in the world does "gouches" mean? A new one on me.

Spirit is a low cost airline that charges a cheaper price for the ticket to wherever, but then imposes fees on those "extras" passengers insist on bringing aboard, etc. Thus, if you want the airline to transport your luggage you pay for this service. If you don't have or want this service, then don't bring any luggage. Simple and fair.

You pay for what you get.

If you don't like the policy, then book a ticket with another airline. This is not rocket science.

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