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As you all know I am going back home but mean while I have collected quite a bit since I have been here, I am going via SAS, I have looked on there web site but cannot figure out how much extra I have to pay for baggage. The first two bags must weigh 70lb each but I have a third bag that may weigh upto 50lb can anyone calculate this for me please.

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Janice


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I think it all depends on who you deal with. I have dropped a friend off at the airport who had to pay at least $50 for extra weight.

I went to Ireland this summer and brought a ton of stuff back, my bags were almost double the weight allowed and the Aer Lingus lady just put a heavy tag on my bags and never asked for payment, although the e-ticket said something about it costing for extra weight.


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Janice I'm going to make a pure guess - we had extra bags when Wes came over here and some were quite heavy.

American got us for 80 bucks a bag. Still cheaper than freighting stuff though so thats why we carried the extra bags.

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It depends on which carrier you are travelling with.. I am sure their website would have the info..


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