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BoardFirst.com’s Service Will Get You an “A” Boarding Pass on Southwest Airlines September 5, 2007

Posted by Mike in Online Service, Worth the Money.

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Got $5? 

If you do, then you can use it to pay BoardFirst.com to secure an “A” boarding pass on Southwest Airlines.  If they cannot secure an “A” boarding pass for you, there is no charge.

 That’s right.  For the price of 1 venti-double-raspberry mocha at Starbucks, you’ll eliminate the need to arrive extra early to secure that “A” boarding pass at the airport. Waiting is for people with too much time on their hands.

 With the holiday season coming up,  travellers flying Southwest Airlines should take advantage of this inexpensive service.  After all, passengers holding boarding pass “A” are highly unlikely to end up sitting in the middle seat on a 4 hour flight to Denver.

Here’s some additional info:

  1. BoardFirst.com is not owned or operated by Southwest Airlines.
  2. Boarding passes secured by BoardFirst.com can be printed from your computer or from an airport kiosk.
  3. BoardFirst.com only works with Southwest Airlines flights.
  4. The deadline for placing your order is 5pm Pacific Time two days before your departure date.

 You can find FAQ answers on their site.

When it comes to air travel, $5 is a small price to pay for a little piece of mind and the knowledge that you won’t be wedged in a middle seat for hours on end.



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