- The Washington Times - Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Spirit Airlines is opening up its planes to countless new advertising opportunities for marketers — including on the infamous “barf bag.”

While most companies would probably prefer to advertise on boarding passes, in-flight menus, napkins, tray tables and Styrofoam cups, it will now be possible to advertise on air sickness bags for $30,000 per quarter, Business Insider reported.

Some of the other advertising options for Spirit Airlines include:

• Aprons: $25,000 per quarter for 1,000

• Air sick bags: $30,000 per quarter for 150,000

• Boarding pass: $30,000 per quarter for 1 million

• Clear cups: $55,000 per quarter for 600,000

• Napkins: $60,000 per quarter for 350,000

• Ticket jackets: $45,000 per quarter for 400,000

• Plane wrap: $400,000 per quarter for 1 one plane

Spirit Airlines flies more than 10 million customers to 50 destinations in the Americas and the Caribbean each year.

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