Spirit Airlines has announced that, come November 6, it could cost travelers as much as $100 to have a carry-on bag on one of their flights.
Currently, the airline charges $30 for carry-on bags, if paid prior to check-in. Come November, that price will go up to $35. However, the price gets jacked up to $100 for any carry-on bag purchased at the gate. The airline initially started charging for carry-ons in August 2010.
The Associated Press reports that the airline will also levy other fees between $2 and $10 come November.
In April, Allegiant Airlines caught flack for charging passengers $35 for carry-on luggage. At the time, spokesman Jessica Wheeler said that passengers could also "check in" their carry-on prior to heading to the airport in order to save an undisclosed (or perhaps as-yet-to-be-determined) amount.
Spirit is currently in hot water with veterans after a Vietnam War vet, Jerry Meekins, was refused a refund after he found out he had terminal cancer.
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