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  1. I keep travelling/flying a lot. So I follow all these. I hardly pack many things. Tickets are always last minutes for me. And I have Anorexia so eating food that too on the flight is a strict no for me… This post will surely help many people..

  2. They are exactly the same tips I can apply the I travel with ryanair and easy jet that are the most famous and used low cost airlines in Europe. Is there a day of the week when flights cost less, also for Spirit?

    1. I can so relate. I never want to buy it. But if I’m in the middle seat and the people next to me purchase a snack, I sometimes can’t resist…. xx – Anshula

    1. Oh, if you purchase tickets from the airport, the airport (sometimes – depending on availability) will give complimentary free airport parking for that day! It’s really nice. xx – Anshula

  3. Haha. Nice tips. These are the ones that I and my wife usually argue about. Especially hate the airline food. Can’t get any stale than those packed food. we usually carry some of our own!

  4. I’m about to embark on a solo travel around Europe and these are great tips that I’m going to take with me! I had never heard of Spirit but I’m going to have to look into them before I leave! Thanks for sharing:)

    1. Hey Jade, they don’t normally fly in Europe (I think the only place they fly to in Europe is Iceland). Hope that helps!

  5. I’ve never heard about Spirit Airlines, it’s probably American but we every area in the world has their own cheap airline and you always need to be a bit tricky with managing the flight!

  6. I’ve never flown with Spirit Airlines before – I don’t think they operate in the UK. But these hacks are good to know if I ever do make a trip with them (and it could happen, as I am a travel blogger too!) x

  7. i didn’t realize they sold food while on the airlines. Maybe I haven’t been on them recently enough to see it. I knew things were changing but that’s kind of crazy. I definitely wouldn’t be spending the 3 dollars for a cup of noodles.

  8. My family LOVES Spirit and fly it so much we just know the pitfalls. We have only had one near-disaster, but as $9 club members, we have been lucky enough to score serious deals. 23 buck tix to New Orleans and regular trips to Florida for around the $100 mark. It’s incredible and for us has been worth the risks. TIP: We are a family of 3 and have found that they automatically seat us together, so we never buy seats when we are on the same itinerary.

  9. I recently used these Spirit Airlines hacks and saved over $100 on my flight! The checked baggage fee is a game changer. Thanks for sharing!

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