Avoid Getting Stuck In The Middle Seat On Your Spring Break Flight

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Frequent fliers aren’t the only ones who dread getting stuck in a middle seat when flying, so why shouldn’t college students be able to take advantage of the same tools available to those who fly for work? For a limited time, college students can sign up for free at MySeatFinder.com and let the automated seat finding service get them a better seat on their flights to Cancun, New Orleans, or even when they go home for the holidays.

As the cost of college continues to rise we’d like to give back to the higher education community in a small way by making air travel more comfortable for students, whether they’re flying to their first big job interview or to Daytona Beach to party.

Frequent fliers aren’t the only ones who dread getting stuck in a middle seat when flying, so why shouldn’t college students be able to take advantage of the same tools available to those who fly for work? For a limited time, college students can sign up for free at http://www.MySeatFinder.com and let the automated seat finding service get them a better seat on their flights to Cancun, New Orleans, or even when they go home for the holidays.

All a student needs is a frequent flyer account with one of the supported airlines and MySeatFinder will tirelessly look for a better seat based on a user-generated list of seating preferences. When a better seat is found the service automatically re-books the customer in the new seat. MySeatFinder will continue looking to upgrade the seat assignment until the top seating preference is found or until the flyer checks in.

Students who sign up will need to use their college email (.edu) address when registering at: http://students.myseatfinder.com. A student subscription will remain free and in effect until the student no longer uses the .edu email. According to company co-founder, Tim Hadden, “As the cost of college continues to rise we’d like to give back to the higher education community in a small way by making air travel more comfortable for students, whether they’re flying to their first big job interview or to Daytona Beach to chill out and party.”

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