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We ONLY fly Southwest and the resort has NEVER NOT printed them for us. They are always waiting on our door handle for us. Im sure my next 2 trips will be no different.
Ok, I was on a solo trip to WDW very recently, staying at All-Stars Sports, and guess what, my SW boarding pass showed up on my door the morning of my flight. Surprise. I wonder if it has something to do with the fact that usually, when I'm traveling with my family, we always make sure to go to conceirge and print them the day before. This trip, I didn't, figuring I'd use the e-version. Maybe they make a note in the computer so they don't get printed twice.
For those wondering, I just wanted to update you. As I said, I chose to do EBCI for coming home. It was so nice to not have to worry about checking in and what boarding numbers I would get. Unlike when I did it myself for going to Disney at 24 hours where I got C group boarding passes, I got A 39, 40 and 41 for coming home. Not that it really matters as we still preboard but still, it was nice to know we got low numbers.