Boarding Passes-Delta

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  1. ilovedisneyworld

    ilovedisneyworld Mouseketeer

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    What is the easiest way to get boarding passes on the way back home. Can you get them at the airport once you get there? I've never dealt with the flight part of the trip. Thanks!!
     
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  3. Shelly F - Ohio

    Shelly F - Ohio Disney Extraordinaire

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    Go to the RAC - Resort Airline Check in desk. There is one at every Disney resort outside by the curb they will print your pass for you. Take your ID and confirmation number and flight number. They will even take your bags to the airport for you.

    They are open from 5:00 am to 1:00 p.m and if you want them to take your luggage you need to check in with them no later than 3 hours before your flight. But if you have a late flight say 6p.m you want to get your luggage to them before the close at 1p.m

    But if you just want them print your ticket you can go anytime before 1:00 p.m

    I love the luggage service. I give them my bags and I don't see them till I arrive at my home airport!
     
  4. lost*in*cyberspace

    lost*in*cyberspace DIS Veteran

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    Yes, you can just print them at the airport. FYI, this is the same for every airline.
     
  5. OrangeCountyCommuter

    OrangeCountyCommuter DIS Veteran

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    Well,maybe

    Everyone will print them, but Spirit will charge you to do it.
     
  6. Casemily

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    If you have a smartphone, delta also has an app you can use to check in. Your boarding pass is saved to your phone. If Orlando accepts e-boarding passes, then you won't need to print anything. You'll have to check the delta website if Orlando is on the e-bp list.
     
  7. sam_gordon

    sam_gordon DIS Veteran

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    Another option...

    Do you have a smart phone? Download the Delta Ap. You can access your BP through that (no paper required). BUT, I still don't understand how this works if you have multiple people travelling with you (kids, etc).
     
  8. sam_gordon

    sam_gordon DIS Veteran

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    Orlando is on the e-bp list.

    List from Delta's site:
     
  9. lost*in*cyberspace

    lost*in*cyberspace DIS Veteran

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    They still print them. OP is flying on Delta anyway.

    OP, if you have a SmartPhone, you can also use a mobile boarding pass.
     
  10. Sandi

    Sandi A proud Spartans fan.

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    I think OrangeCountyCommuter was just pointing out that Spirit charges to print, so it's not really the same for every airline.

    On the mobile boarding pass, I've had mixed success with that, so I don't count on that anymore. Nothing is more annoying than going through the TSA line only to have the TSA agent tell you you have to go back and get a paper boarding pass because their electronic reader isn't working.
     

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