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Print pass and save $5 on Spirit Airlines

The Florida-based carrier is cutting fares by $5 each way for travel starting Nov. 1. But there is a catch: You have to print your own boarding pass. If you ask the ticket agent to print your pass, you will be charged $5. To avoid the fee, you can print a pass from an outside computer or at a kiosk at the airport. But starting next year, the kiosk-generated pass will cost $1. Spirit made headlines last summer when it added a charge of up to $45 for carry-on luggage.

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