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Spirit Airlines (NASDAQ:SAVE) has raised its top fee for large carry-on bags to $100 each way, against the $45 the airline previously charged for carry-ons declared at the gate. However, flyers who have declared the carry on luggage prior to check-in, that is in advance, will pay only $35.

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