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Foncusing checked baggage wording

Tourist s1lence1
Tourist

Okay so here's the part I don't get:

 

"Southwest will accept the first two checked bags for free provided that the bags do not exceed 50 lbs and 62 inches"

 

NOTE* is states " provided that the bags do not exceed 50 lbs and 62 inches"

 

I have 2 suitcases I want to check when I arrive, they are both 55-60" and weigh about 45 pounds each BUT It clearly states "BAGS" (plural) do not exceed 50 pounds.

 

 

My question is does the 50 pound/62 inch limit apply to the accumilative total of the two bags or is the 50/62 limit exforced on each bag? 

 

Thanks in advance for any help clarifying this.

 

S1lence1

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Re: Foncusing checked baggage wording

Ace franktravel
Ace
Solution

Each bag. 

Re: Foncusing checked baggage wording

Tourist s1lence1
Tourist

Tyvm for your time this will greatly expand my ability to bring items home in my checked bags.

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