EDIT: All went well: it was indeed 60 kg.
I am trying figure out if EasyJet gives misleading details or I have been given incorrect information. I am moving country and I booked for 3 suitcases. I understood that each could be 20 kg, but I am told by two friends that it is untrue and instead the total weight of all suitcases is 20 kg.
On one hand my booking page clearly states that 60 kg is the weight:
and states that
You can share/pool your total weight allowance across your Hold bags and Sporting items,see below for more information on what you can bring, weight allowances and terms.
Each passenger (including children and infants) is entitled to bring up to 3 hold bags - these exclude any small or large sports equipment detailed below. Each bag includes 20kg of weight. Excess weight can be purchased
On the other, I heard eye witness accounts (albeit dated) to the contrary, so I am trying to figure out if there is a catch. The above excerpt is within the booking management page and not within the rules and regs website, which is a tad more equivocal, but seems to agree with my interpretation. It does explicitly say that my total maximum weight allowance is the sum of the weight of each item and one of the headers is
Can I increase my hold luggage above 20kg? and the word "luggage" means a set of suitcases, but the text says
The minimum weight you can buy is 20kg per hold item. So I am strongly inclined to think they are not trying to equivocate, but I am worried that two seasoned travellers warned me. Has anyone else had this?