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Ship Sticks Releases Infographic On Airline Baggage Fees

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Infographic Details the Varying Baggage Rates Across All Major Airlines

If you are tired of lugging your golf clubs with you when you travel, not to mention paying exorbitant fees to the airlines, ShipSticks.com is the answer. Avid golfers can tally up high baggage fees and carrying the clubs from airport to hotel to golf course and back again can begin to put a cramp in your swing.

Additionally, baggage handlers are none too gentle with your expensive set of clubs and many a stick has ended up bent or missing. ShipSticks.com has just published an Airline Baggage fees infographic displaying the current cost of the airlines charge for treating your precious clubs like just so much common luggage.

Airline baggage fees are also on a steep upward trend, so do not expect any help from there. The burden of paying these high fees is bound to become greater. Fortunately, Ship Sticks can solve all these problems and has the added benefit of boosting your social standings at the golf courses you play at, which is always helpful. Ship Sticks is considered the perfect solution by golfers in the know to avoiding high airport associated fees as well as wear and tear on your body and bag.

Through ShipSticks.com, you can ship and track your golf clubs directly to any golf course in the country. They take care of the entire process from start to finish, all you have to do is show up at the course, have your caddy retrieve your bags and you are ready to play. ShipSticks.com has listed all the airport-associated fees in an infographic; including the baggage fees that United States airlines currently charge.

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