If you’re reading this, I assume you’re either a huge Fandango fan or have recently watched the movie and are looking into purchasing the ticket package which includes a pair of tickets and a bag. Congratulations! You’re one of the few who actually read my articles.

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What Sort Of Luggage Can I Get?

Let’s get one thing clear: this is not a travelogue. I’m not going to be using this article to list all the various airports and train stations throughout Europe that Fandango cardholders can reach using only their itinerary. If you want to know which one is the most convenient for you, you can always check the airport’s website.

Instead, this is a collection of information curated from the Internet and presented in a manner designed to encourage you to make the right choice when purchasing your Fandango luggage.

I want to assist you in making the right choice by presenting you with all the information you need in one place. And to do that, I need to start by breaking down the four main types of Fandango luggage available.

Basic, Mid-Level, Prestige, And Top-Level

In the grand scheme of things, the four basic versions of Fandango luggage are pretty self-explanatory. These are the standard travel cases utilized by everyone flying commercial or using an airplane. The main difference between them is their interior packaging and the materials used for the exterior. The more elaborate versions of these cases are manufactured from the same sturdy yet lightweight materials as their more basic counterparts. These fabrics not only make up the case but also the handle. As you might expect, the more you pay for these cases, the better the interior packaging. The same goes for the case itself. The higher the number, the better the quality.

The second type of Fandango luggage are the mid-level cases. These are essentially the same as the basic ones but with a couple of additional perks tacked on. First, the exterior is a different color, typically red or black. Second, the main zip opens up to reveal a dual pocket inside. Third, the packing cubes are a bit larger. Finally, not all of the cases are created equal. Some of these mid-level cases are very well-made with extra thick cardboard and extra-strong plastic zippers. If you’re a frequent flyer or travel in elite circles, you might want to consider spending a bit more on a prestige bag.

The third type of Fandango luggage are the luxury ones. These cases are a whole different ballgame. First, the exterior is entirely made of either thick and solid wood or metal. Second, the main zipper opens up to reveal a whole different sort of interior. Third, these cases come with numerous interior pockets and compartments. Fourth, they have a handle that extends across the whole top. And last but not least, the material used for the case itself is highly reflective and water-resistant. If you’re a true luxury case enthusiast, you might want to spend a little more than the average person on a top-level case.

The Materials And Design Of The Luggage

The first and most obvious difference between the various types of Fandango luggage is their exterior material. While the cases themselves are sturdy and lightweight, it’s the material used for the exterior that determines how much weight the suitcase can handle. The four basic cases can only handle 20 pounds each with the mid-level and luxury ones able to carry up to 40 pounds and 50 pounds respectively.

A good rule of thumb is to imagine the type of luggage you’ll most often be using while on your travels. For example, if you’re a lot of fun and like to party, you might want to opt for a fun-filled festival type of bag. If you’re a minimalist who likes to keep things simple, you might want to opt for a sleek and slender design.

Which One Should I Buy?

One of the best things about curated lists like this is that they provide you with all the information you need in one place. It’s highly unlikely that you’ll reach the end of this article and still be uncertain about which type of Fandango luggage you should purchase.

If you’re new to traveling or fancy yourself as something of a pro, the basic version of these cases should be sufficient for your needs. These cases are the most popular ones among travelers and have been around for a long time. If you’re a frequent flyer, you might want to consider the mid-level case since these have all the benefits of the basic ones but without the thick main zipper.

When Should I Transport My Luggage?

There’s also the question of when you should transport your luggage after you make the decision to purchase it. As previously mentioned, these bags are quite sturdy and you’ll most likely be toting them around for a while. While you don’t need to be overly concerned about the weight limit as long as you don’t exceed it, you may want to restrict yourself to turopening only up to a certain point. This is because heavy-duty trucks are commonly used to transport large items such as trailers and luxury cars. If you’re traveling internationally, you may want to look into the seizure laws and regulations of the country you’re entering.