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Spirit Airlines 'Let Them Wear Leggings' 75% off Flights - Today Only

serra 63,560 15,387 March 28, 2017 at 09:10 AM in Travel & Vacations (3)
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i didn't come up with the trollish promotion name, spirit did.

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Book by: 11:59 PM on March 28, 2017
Use Promo Code 75PCT
Travel: 4/4/17 - 6/14/17 (Tuesdays & Wednesdays)

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HAHA, good one, Spirit. Now let me fly FREE !
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Haha, good on them for shitting on United.
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Knowing Spirit, there's an upcharge coming if you actually do wear leggings. Double if you didn't select/pay for it online in advance.
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For guys only ?
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Quote from TheNarratorr View Post :
Haha, good on them for shitting on United.
Not really. The people flew for free, they were using a company way to fly, it was stated they had to wear a certain attire. They violated that with leggings. So United didnt let them board. For some reason people think delta was just not letting someone fly, it was not wearing company clothing.
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Last edited by NickT1620 March 28, 2017 at 09:44 AM.
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Not really. The people flew for free, they were using a company way to fly, it was stated they had to wear a certain attire. They violated that with leggings. So Delta didnt let them board. For some reason people think delta was just not letting someone fly, it was not wearing company clothing.
They're children.
Leggings are pants.
The Dad was wearing shorts which is much less professional than leggings.
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Lots of restrictions to and from. Wish I could TD this on mobile.
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They would have to pay me to take a flight with them... Had such a bad experience the last few times I went on it. Not making that mistake again.
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Can only fly out on a Tuesday or Wednesday FYI
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I thought it was United.

Quote from NickT1620 View Post :
Not really. The people flew for free, they were using a company way to fly, it was stated they had to wear a certain attire. They violated that with leggings. So Delta didnt let them board. For some reason people think delta was just not letting someone fly, it was not wearing company clothing.
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nm. iwtse.
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Last edited by anubis57 March 28, 2017 at 07:37 PM.
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Quote from TheNarratorr View Post :
They're children.
Leggings are pants.
The Dad was wearing shorts which is much less professional than leggings.
The dad was flying with a ticket he purchased.
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The dad was flying with a ticket he purchased.
so? Ill just take this United experience and show it to everybody who claims Islam is against women. not as bad as United denying little girls in pants.
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Do I have to wear leggings to get the deal? I'm not sure the other passengers would appreciate that.
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