Does Jetstar provide checkin baggage?

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074061

Cathay Pacific - Asia Miles

Member since 25 Apr 2013

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Does Jetstar provide checkin baggage? If yes, at what bundle and what price?

AlG

Member since 04 Nov 2010

Total posts 155

1. "Does Jetstar provide checkin baggage?" Yes they do.

2. "If yes, at what bundle and what price?" Is Jetstar.com.au not working for you?

hutch

Member since 07 Oct 2012

Total posts 761

In fairness, I can't find this either. But I believe the price varies depending on route? But could be wrong.

Merc25

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 29 Jun 2013

Total posts 317

once you have confrmed your flights it gives you options that you can purchase,some with baggage and food to free seat selection etc.hope this helps

Serg

QFF

Member since 12 Apr 2013

Total posts 870

It buried quite a bit in their website, may be for purpose, who knows. However if you type in Google “jetstar free check baggage” first line is yours.

bryce05

Member since 15 Dec 2013

Total posts 15

The Jetstar website auto-includes checked baggage, even though it's an extra charge. You have to unselect it if you don't want it. Very sneaky.

undertheradar Banned

Member since 28 Oct 2011

Total posts 234

why is it that i can find all the relevant info quite easily and delet/include whatever options..  you just have to READ THE OPTIONS!!  has society become that STUPID/LAZY !!!

spinoza

Member since 01 Feb 2012

Total posts 218

Yes. The new ettiquette is that it is impolite to ask questions when the answer can be found easily on google. 

watson374

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 17 Aug 2012

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I apologise in advance because what I am about to say is extremely rude, but Alvin's question and undertheradar's response pretty much sum up the phrase, 'Stupid questions get stupid answers.'

hutch

Member since 07 Oct 2012

Total posts 761

At lot of answers can be found on google... indeed, a lot of questions that get asked here could be answered via a google search. Should people not ask questions? I'd hate to have a new visitor to AusBT not ask a question cause he/she was concerned that it was a stupid question.

I prefer to respond to questions as I would if I was face to face with the person. If the worst thing that happens today is you see a 'stupid' question on AusBT, then things are pretty good. YMMV

watson374

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Member since 17 Aug 2012

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Personally, I try and look for the information before putting up a question, e.g. I looked up shirt pressing in the QF SIN Lounge before asking the question (and making terrible shirt puns in every reply).

That said, I cannot expect everyone to do the same. I normally respond to questions in a way I would in real life - as patiently and helpfully as possible - but there are times when the snark is truly irresistable.

In this case, the only useful possible answer - "you will be given options and prices during the booking hoopla" - has been given.

spinoza

Member since 01 Feb 2012

Total posts 218

Hutch - what does YMMV mean?

Just kidding. But I've seen that on ausbt and I thought, seriously? that would have taken 2 seconds to google.

Anyway, I was only referring to things that can be very easily found on google. If you can type in the exact question (e.g. "Does Jetstar provide checkin baggage") and find the answer in the first line, then I think its not worth putting up here.

Second, Alvin is not a new visitor. He's the 9th most frequest commenter on this site (and the top 8 includes ausbt editors). New visitors ask silly questions here sometimes and everyone is usually nothing but helpful. 

watson374

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Member since 17 Aug 2012

Total posts 1,285

Y'know, spinoza, I wasn't sure if your line about etiquette was straight-faced sarcasm or legit.

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