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There is a wide variety of luggage options available today. Choosing between soft-sided luggage, hard-sided luggage, carry-ons, and wheeled luggage, not to mention all the different luggage brands to choose from, can be intimidating.

Shopping for luggage online can save you a lot of time. You can easily browse many stores, looking between luggage styles, brands, and colors, in order to choose the right luggage that meets your needs. No need to fight traffic and parking, going from store to store. And if you're shopping on a budget, purchasing luggage online can save you hundreds of dollars over traditional retail stores.

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This store has a lot to offer and a home page to prove it. The site is jam-packed and could be overwhelming to the novice internet shopper. You are able to shop by luggage brand, style, type, price, or material. eBags does not offer free shipping and free returns. Instead, eBags offers economical shipping rates with a 60-day return policy (instead of the standard 30) and a per-item charge-back for luggage returns.

The site is set up with the luggage style types across the top (fourteen in all) and down the right margin in sub-groupings. An impressive search of 94 different luggage brands is also available. One very appealing offer at eBags is the "bill me later" option for orders over $100. This could prove to be helpful for the budget-strapped or last-minute luggage shopper.

From the home page you are ushered into options of luggage best sellers, sale items, and new items. You can also shop by price, material, or luggage brand within the category selected. Customer ratings and reviews accompany the luggage product details and comparison charts. Once an item is added to the shopping cart, a suggestion page offers luggage accessories sure to make every customer completely satisfied. The shopping cart is a bit cluttered with luggage discounts and deals stated multiple times, which can be confusing.

Another confusing element of this store is that some of the offerings (like shoes) take you to a sister website. This can be confusing and frustrating for the easily side-tracked luggage shopper.

All in all, this is a decent store with good selection. But there are other luggage stores we'd recommend first to the novice and experienced travelers.

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When evaluating luggage stores, you need to consider a number of items. Some of the most important are:

  • Does the store offer competitive pricing for its luggage products?
  • Does the store offer a wide variety of luggage brands, or just a few?
  • What if you're not satisfied with the luggage you purchase? Can you return it for a full refund? has reviewed and ranked the best luggage stores available today. We hope these reviews help you with your next luggage purchase!

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