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Use a cell phone to secure your Southwest Airlines boarding pass
Two weekends ago, I was in Chicago for St. Patrick's Day, and instead of leaving the party mid-day Saturday to find a computer to check in and get my "A" boarding pass for our Sunday flight back home, I used my cell phone's Internet browser to login to Southwest Airline's website. Once I entered in my information, it took me to the screen where I could select the passengers to check in and hit "print boarding pass."
Obviously I didn't have a printer attached to my cell phone, but with Southwest's system it doesn't matter. I was able to see on-screen that I had secured an "A" boarding pass, so I closed out of it and continued on my marry way. Come Sunday, hungover and ready for the flight back home, we arrived at Midway and found a SWA check-in kiosk. There I swiped my credit card, and instead of selecting "print boarding pass," I selected "re-print boarding pass."
Southwest does this in case you lose your boarding pass or run out of printer ink mid-print, but it's perfect for checking in using your cell phone or printing your boarding pass if you don't have a printer at home, but still want that coveted "A" position. Give it a try.