Should they get EB?

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by sbpebbles, Nov 3, 2009.

  1. sbpebbles

    sbpebbles DIS Veteran

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    So my mother and daughter were just checked in for their flight outta Milwaukee and got A41 and A42, without EB..granted they leave on a Wed so I'm assuming a slower day..now they are coming back home on Saturday November 14th from MCO..Should they get EB? I have no idea how full that flight will be but considering it's a Saturday I'd assume it's a busy day..It is a nonstop flight..Could I call the airline to get an idea of how full the flight looks? They don't want to spend anymore extra money if they don't have to..$10 per person is $10 extra they could use on other things..So I want to get other ppl's opinions...thanks!
     
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  3. Hannathy

    Hannathy <font color=darkorchid>When I stop laughing I will

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    How important is it to you that they have the absolute best chance of sitting together? As far as my kids and I we would rather have the $10 a person to spend on other things. We don't care if we sit together at all. Actually if they gave me $10 I'd be the last person on the plane.

    If it makes or breaks the flight to them if they sit together then pay it, if it doesn't buy another souvenir or a couple of Dole whips! that is what it comes down to.
     
  4. LoveToDisney

    LoveToDisney Always needing another Disney trip!

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    To me, it's not about saving money....I gladly pay the $10 per person because I don't have to deal with the hassle of checking in at 24 hours. The $10 per person is worth that peace of mind. Of course, I'm not doing a budget trip and $10 per person will not change my Disney vacation one way or another. I love EB!...just wish I could use travel funds to pay for it.
     
  5. DebbieB

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    How old is your daughter? Old enough to sit alone if necessary?
     
  6. sbpebbles

    sbpebbles DIS Veteran

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    my daughter is 7 and was just diagnosed with ADHD so I don't prefer that she has to sit alone, separate from my mother..They did fine on the way to Orlando, I'm just concerned with them leaving on a Saturday that the flight might be really full..thanks for all the responses!
     

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