Questions about traveling with Spirit Airlines (IATA: NK), a US-based ultra-low cost carrier.

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Spirit Airlines online check-in with no printer [duplicate]

Can I just check in online and then print boarding passes from the kiosk at the airport? I am on vacation and don't have a printer available to me to print out anything.
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E-boarding pass - Do you really need the paper boarding pass for Spirit Airlines?

Flying Delta I was able to scan my boarding pass from my phone. Is this possible with Spirit? Why do I need to print the boarding pass for Spirit? I'm checking-in using my phone, do I still need to ...
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How can I find the cheapest Spirit flight from my location to anywhere?

I recently became a member of Spirit Airlines' $9 Fare Club. I would like to maximize the benefit by planning my vacations around cheap Spirit fares. Basically, what I am looking for is a way to find ...
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Just how much cheaper is booking Spirit flights at airport vs. online?

Spirit Airlines flights are apparently cheapest to book at the airport. You still have to book ahead for the best fares (not just show up the day you want to travel), so it means making an extra trip ...
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Can I print my Spirit boarding pass at some kiosk at the airport, without having to pay $10?

I just did the online check in for Spirit Airlines (USA) and was told to print the boarding pass, otherwise it'd cost $10 at the airport. Is there a way for me to print it for free (i.e. without ...
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Traveling to Costa Rica with my girlfriend (16&17) without an adult, parental consent forms?

What do we need to make it through the airport (departing from USA) and Customs ... parental consent forms? We are planning to go for a month, to visit friends and family.
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Is Spirit Airlines's $9 Fare Club worth it?

Has anyone tried Spirit Airlines's $9 fare club membership ($60/year)? What do you get with your membership, and what makes it worth it?