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A Question about easyJet

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I booked tickets for an easyJet flight between Palermo and Rome. I paid extra for myself and DH for luggage. There is absolutely nothing on my confirmation that indicates that I paid for this. Is this normal with them? I've never flown them and certainly do not wish to get hit with an exorbitant fee at the airport. Also, I'm confused about what this extra charge is supposed to have actually gotten me. Their literature seems to suggest that it only buys you a place for your luggage in cargo, as opposed to carry-on. How do you buy extra weight, which is what I had assumed I paid for. Their web-site is very ambiguous as to what you are actually paying for.

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