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Chicago to Orlando or Vice Versa $70 RT Nonstop on United Airlines (BE) (limited Oct Travel)

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United Airlines have round trip airfares travelling to and from Chicago (ORD) and Orlando (MCO) for $70 including taxes and fees. This is nonstop service and this is also a basic economy fare. United's Basic Economy fare limits carry-on bags to one small personal item, such as a purse or laptop bag. All other baggage must be checked for a fee.

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Departs ORD: Oct 31; Dec 5
Returns: Nov 1-4, 9, 14, 30

Departs MCO: Oct 26, 27, 31
Returns: Oct 30, 31; Nov 4

Use dates and book it on Expedia [expedia.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

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with BE fares, will I most likely end up in middle seats? Frown
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with BE fares, will I most likely end up in middle seats?
No, you will likely just be overbooked then be dragged off the plane
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In my own experience the worst part of BE fares from United is that you CANNOT do online check in. So you end up at the airport 30 minutes early AND everyone from your party gets stuffed in middle seats separated from each other, children included.
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In my own experience the worst part of BE fares from United is that you CANNOT do online check in. So you end up at the airport 30 minutes early AND everyone from your party gets stuffed in middle seats separated from each other, children included.
That's what made me nervous but I chanced it and booked with BE. We all got separated. If I were to do it again just pay the extra ~$40 and get reserved seats.
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