Finally pulled the trigger on my June Vegas Poker Trip yesterday. I only travel a couple times a year, so don't pay much attention to changes in flights. I booked on Travelocity after watching prices for several weeks. Have never had this happen until now. Found out United Airlines Basic Economy tickets do not include a carry-on. I had not noticed this in the fine print because they have always had free carry-on in the past, so I ASSUMED. They were nice enough to send me a confirmation email which pointed out that I would not be able to bring a carry-on, and if I did, it would cost $50 when I checked in for the flight. ($25 for the bag, $25 processing fee) Luckily, Travelocity has a 24 hour window to change flights, so I was able to cancel and rebook on AA, same price but free carry-on. Had I showed up at boarding and been turned away or fleeced out of $50, I would have blown a gasket, and made national news for sure. Hello, no-fly list. So I guess my point is buyer beware, read the fine print, never assume anything. Lesson learned.