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EasyJet Luggage Policy

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I've read the EasyJet luggage policy and am hoping I can get clarification from those who've traveled with them. The policy states each traveler is allowed one bag with size dimensions to fit in the overhead compartment. Bag needs to be less than 20kg. If I have a second bag, like a small backpack or my wife's purse that fits under the seat, would this be a second bag for each of us under their policy? Trying to determine if I should buy additional luggage credits on their website. I will have one overhead compartment bag and one small bag that fits under the seat. Thanks for your advice.

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