7 Tips To Master Southwest Check-In And Boarding 

1. Type of Ticket

A Southwest Business Select ticket assures you a boarding zone "A," 1 to 15. Because you board after pre-boarding, your seat selection options expand.

2. Elite Status Matters

Southwest Airlines frequent flyers can earn A-List or A-List Preferred elite status after a certain number of flights or Southwest Rapid Reward points. 

3. Flight Check-In Timing: Important

Remember that tourists can check in up to 24 hours before their flight. Remember to check in as soon as online check-in becomes available. This helps with zone and boarding position.

4. Young Child Travel

Families with children under the age of six can board between "A" and "B". The entire family is welcome to board.

5. Set Check-In Time Alerts 

Check-In or a Business Select ticket and do not have children under the age of six, this is the best boarding zone for you. I neglected to set up check-in alerts.

6. Check-In Travelers on Multiple Devices

Southwest Rapid Reward points passengers must check in individually. This is true when a Southwest Companion Pass holder checks in. Checking in on many devices is beneficial.

7. 3. Buy EarlyBird Check-In

Purchase orders are used to assign EarlyBird boarding zone spots. If you believe EarlyBird Check-In is worthwhile, purchase it at the same time as your ticket or sooner.

8. Seat Selection and Saving Etiquette

Southwest flights, as usual, fill up first in the front and aisle. Window chairs are likewise in high demand. Despite being advised not to, passengers save seats for later boarders.

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