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Allegiant finds way to profit

July 1, 2013

LAS VEGAS — There are no sure things in this city — with one exception: Allegiant Air. While other U.S....

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anniemae

Jul-07-13 12:21 AM

I use Allegiant often, but dislike paying their high prices. 1 luggage $40 & carryon $26+. They charge twice as much as when they started. They're just convenient.

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MD1533USMC

Jul-04-13 6:14 AM

Plus they stop their flights to Myrtle Beach in September and do not start up until May! We would fly a couple of times to Myrtle Beach from September to May! Why not fly for these months...people would go! Come on Allegiant!

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CitizenZero

Jul-04-13 1:18 AM

Plus if you make a change to any part of the plan you do not get a refund but rather a "credit" which must be used in one year or is lost...but which I was not allowed to apply to over weight baggage or anything else on that trip!

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ItIsntEasyBeingFree

Jul-01-13 2:23 AM

Passengers face fees for almost every service and amenity imaginable. At Allegiant, fees for checked baggage and changing an itinerary - which are common on many airlines - are just the beginning.

The Las Vegas-based airline charges extra to book flights online, or to use a credit card. Selecting a seat in advance costs $5 to $75 each way, depending on the length of a flight. Even a bottle of water costs $2.

Says it all!

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