If you feel like you’re being nickel-and-dimed each time you travel, you’re not alone.
Some might say it’s a united opinion.
Speaking of upcharges, United Airlines will begin charging passengers more for some economy seats without any frills.
That’s right, baseline coach seats for an extra fee.
They’re billed as “preferred seats” according to Travel + Leisure.
But they don’t come with any perks like free adult drinks or extra legroom, CNBC says.
Where are these premium seats?
Behind United’s Economy Plus section.
It’s unclear how much more these seats will cost because the airline didn’t announce prices yet.
If you want to avoid the back of the plane, you’ll have to pay up for it.
The airline’s rivals, American and Delta have already been charging extra for these seats.
The price varies on those airlines depending on the route, aircraft and demand.
But CNBC found a passenger would have to pay an extra $80 for the seat if they were to fly from New York to Los Angeles on Delta Air Lines in early 2019.
Let’s just hope you’re going to see someone you care about for your next trip.
That way, the ticket is priceless!