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Tricks to Book Cheaply with EasyJet at Luton – Part 3

Free Luggage Check-in:

There is a clever way to get your hand luggage-sized bags checked in free of cost. You can avoid having to lug your entire luggage and pay the standard fee of £45. As the overhead lockers get filled fast so the travellers are asked by the staff to check theirs in. Wait and see if the staff asks for the volunteers to check the luggage in first.

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Yes, The Bag Size Matters:

The allowed Easyjet’s cabin luggage limit is 56 x 45 x 25cm. The wheels and handles included. If you’re trying to get it checked in for free, make sure the size in within the defined limits.

Although, there is a limit on the size of hand luggage there is no restriction of weight limit. So, in case your weight limit exceeds, put the heavy stuff in your hand carry.

Save the Admin Fee:

Book in bulk; it saves your admin fee. If you are booking your flight tickets or car parking at Luton airport for a bunch of people, do it all at the same time. There is a standard administration fee charged per booking which can be avoided.

Tricks to Book Cheaply with EasyJet at Luton – Part 2

  Posted by Amy Jackson on Fri, Aug 7, 2015

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