Below is a summary of Delta baggage fees charged for most domestic flights. The actual Delta checked baggage fee you will pay may vary based on fare class, frequent flier status, and specific route flown. Please consult Delta’s website to calculate the exact fee you will pay.
Delta Air Lines Standard Baggage Fees
These are typical fees for checking baggage on Delta weighing up to 50lbs and measuring 62″ (L+W+H) or less.
First Checked Bag
Second Checked Bag
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Delta Air Lines Excess Baggage Fees
These are the per-bag fees for checking excess baggage on Delta Air Lines.
Third Checked Bag
4+ Checked Bags
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Delta Air Lines Overweight Baggage Fees
Overweight baggage is considered any bag weighing more than 50lbs. The fees for checking overweight baggage on Delta are charged in addition to any standard, excess or oversized baggage fees.
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Delta Air Lines Oversized Baggage Fees
Most checked bags with a sum of length, width, and height of greater than 62 inches will fall into Delta’s oversized baggage category. Oversized baggage fees are charged in addition to any standard, excess, or overweight fee.
63″ – 80″ (L+W+H)
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More information on Delta baggage fees
The actual Delta baggage fees may vary depending on your specific fare class, loyalty status, and other factors. For additional information on Delta Air Lines checked baggage fees, please visit Delta’s website.
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