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It might be a short list Yamamancha, but it would certainly be worthwhile to publish it. I bet most companies would cry foul, if their nickel and dime strategies for ripping off the consumer were published. But companies, [BANKS ESPECIALLY] should have to learn or relearn "HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY".
These companies that think that the only way of making money is to screw the consumer, WILL find out that "what goes around, comes around." These "screw the consumer" policies are starting to come back to bite them in the a$$ in the last few years, and I, for one, DO NOT have ANY sympathy for them at all.
Uh, there are some places that will charge you a fee for booking online. I know because I fly once a month. Different websites charge different prices if any.
As for baggage fees, if you are part of the 'elite', you probably just paid more to join it or for the ticket. A friend of mine wanted to book first class because they didn't want to pay for a baggage fee (just 1 bag). The ticket was twice the price of economy. How is that a bargain?
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