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Pros: Although the plane was delayed, the staff did want they could to get us to our destination as quick as they could.
Cons: Delayed flight, which was fine but didn't update passengers as to why until we boarded plane. I didn't appreciate that as a customer. Questionable if I'll be a return customer in the future.
Pros: It's cheap(ish) so you lose all the comfort. I'm glad you no longer have to pay for printing your ticket. That's ridiculous. For the "cheapness" of this flight, there were all these additional fees on the way--which can be a good or bad thing since you are guaranteed not to absorb other people's cost. However, you lose the opportunity to access those additional perks people tend to get when airlines do this--distributing the costs as an average means you'd pay a fraction of the cost if (for instance) you lucked out with an exit-row seat. I s'pose, flying Spirit is a lot like how Republicans view healthcare: if you are poor, despite having access to BIG seats, carry-on space, checked baggage etc., you can only afford the bare minimum--that means a very uncomfortable flight that I wouldn't suggest being conscious for (I passed out as soon as I sat down and still woke up sore AF and inexplicably angry, as if my body were unconsciously offended by the whole situation). But if you've got the cash to spare, you're definitely going to get a comfortable ride whilst paying less money for your flight. Also, airport staff (on and off the plane) are reliably rude and unattentive--which is to be expected for the cheapness of this flight. I say this as a pro because I prefer minimal interaction with flight crew and staff because I'm usually tired and grumpy or disoriented from waking up uncomfortable and 3,000ft in the air). No free drink/food service so not a lot of people eating on board which is great because I've got BAD food allergies. Also, I get annoyed when I wake up to some nutbag munching on peanuts/cookies/pretzels like he's never eaten food in his life--meanwhile, I'm gasping from anaphylaxis. All in all, I don't really know how it's possible that this airline model still exists. I have two theories: (1) They don't oversell their seats; no one is ever booted, so it's a guaranteed flight and better odds if you're on standby. (2) People assume it's going to be an awful experience, so if it is an awful experience then it's all just par for the course (I call this the "Gas Station Sushi Effect:" you assume you're going to get food poison, but you eat it anyway because you're poor AF. And an hour later when you're hunched over the toilet, dry-heaving, and spewing vile from all your orifices, you're NOT gonna think "I gotta file a complaint with the health inspector for this gas station's sushi." You're gonna think "I shouldn't have eaten gas station sushi." Because shame on you for buying gas station sushi, bro. And shame on me too.) Spirit is the "gas station sushi" of the airline industry (Frontier/EZjet would be the "gas station hotdog" because they don't try to market themselves as being "Millenial" or "smart," and can be pleasant experiences (if you don't mind the fact that if the plane crashed, you WILL die--it's a tin can). I guess regardless of your tax bracket, people are cheap AF (including me!); so, Spirit.
Cons: You have to purchase seats, but often you are unable to actually purchase the seat you want. I was even more annoyed that when I boarded the plane there were empty desirable empty seats. I don't know what is going on with the online system, but it doesn't match. Also, I faced technical issues every time I checked in online--I lost my boarding pass; I couldn't purchase seats, etc. And then I wasn't able to review my boarding pass. Also, I couldn't find a mechanism for adding the ticket to my apple wallet (which is the best way for me to keep track of it, personally--and to be expected for a company marketing to poor AF millenials). In the end, I just took a screenshot and added it to my photos or converted it to a pdf and texted it to myself because I'm resourceful AF.
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Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers starts at 7:00 pm on March 18 2020. Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers ends at 11:59 pm on March 18 2020.
Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers will be held at Pepsi Center in Denver.
The nearest hotel to Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers is SpringHill Suites by Marriott Denver Downtown (0.23 miles). The next closest hotels are Kimpton Hotel Born (0.42 miles) and NATIV Hotel (0.46 miles).
According to KAYAK user ratings the best hotel near Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers is Queen Anne Bed And Breakfast (9.6). The next best rated hotels are Highland Park Guest House (9.5) and Patterson Inn (9.5).
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Based on KAYAK user ratings, the best rated car rental agency in Denver is Enterprise. The nearest Enterprise pick-up point to Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers is 2850 W 26th Ave.
Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers is in the Auraria neighborhood of Denver. Denver Nuggets vs. LA Clippers is 1.39 miles from the city center.
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