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Old August 9th, 2010, 10:51 AM
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I'm wondering if EACH ticket TICKET HOLDER gets one checked suitcase on Delta. ??? And one know?

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It depends on your class of ticket, SkyMiles level and where you are flying to.

If you purchase a low-fare ticket for domestic travel you are charged $23 for the first bag and $32 for the second bag.

If you purchase an unrestricted Class Y economy ticket there is no charge for up to two bags.

If you are flying first class then there is no charge for up to three bags.

If you are flying International then your first bag is free and the second bag is $50.

If you are a Silver or higher member of SkyMiles then there is no baggage fee for two bags.

If you have Delta Skymiles credit card then there is no charge for the first bag.

For the average vacation flyer then you will be charged $23 for the first bag and $32 for the second.

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*ding* You are now free to fly around the country. Heheh, this is why Southwest is still my first choice for air travel.
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Southwest does not fly from every airport .
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We are flying Alaska airlines in a few days it is $20.00 a bag then if it weighs over 50 pounds thats an extra $75.00 . My wife managed to get all of our stuff in one big bag and to carry ons
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We are flying Alaska airlines in a few days it is $20.00 a bag then if it weighs over 50 pounds thats an extra $75.00 . My wife managed to get all of our stuff in one big bag and to carry ons
It's generally a lot less expensive to take two suitcases of medium size than to take one big suitcase that's invariably overweight when it's full.

Two medium suitcase that weighs five pounds can take 45 pounds of contents -- each -- without violating the weight limit, but the suitcase twice as big (in volume) that weighs ten pounds will go over the weight limit when you put 40 pounds of stuff into it. The medium suitcases probably are small enough so you won't be able to cram more than thirty pounds of stuff into each of them, but the big suitcase will take it all.

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