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    Default Will Concierge Print Airline Boarding Pass

    Okay guys I'm taking Southwest to Vegas. I'm one of those anal guys who likes to print their boarding pass in advance so I can line up for an hour to get a choice seat next to a crying baby. I'll be staying at the Wynn so do you think the concierge will print out our boarding passes or do I have to go to their business center.

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    I've had Wynn's concierge print passes for me several times. It's no problem. Just don't forget to tip!

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    It's free to ask the concierge, so I'd at least do that first.

    However, you don't need anyone to print your pass for you if you have a cellphone with internet capabilities. You can go online yourself and check in, and still have your A boarding pass even though you don't physically print it until you go to the airport.
    I don't see a timer here, do you?
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    i had them print out our boarding passes when i checked out at the front desk. they were happy to do it.

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    Registration does it for me at the RIO...

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    Bally's business center charged me $6 to print our two boarding passes, so I did not tip. Click or hover your mouse to enlarge image

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    People, people, people:
    Do not worry about printing those SWA boarding passes. All you need to do is check in on-line. The check-in is all you need to secure your boarding group. When you get to the airport, SWA will issue a boarding pass to you.
    If I know I'm not going to be near a computer with internet access to check in, I give someone else (like my daughter) my confirmation # and ask them to do it.

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