My partner & I booked a return flight with Wizz air and were emailed our outbound boarding passes – seats in separate rows. We avoided the exorbitant £75 charge per bag and managed small enough carry-ons.
They said the return boarding passes would be emailed the Saturday before our Monday lunchtime flight. Though our hotel had wi-fi, they could not provide a computer or printer, nor did we see a library or Internet cafe anywhere, so had no way of accessing emails or printing the return boarding passes. We explained this at the airport check-in and were sent to the Wizz air desk. There we were told we’d have to pay 20 euro each for passes, and when we objected were warned if we did not pay we would not be allowed on board. Our money bought sales slips exchangeable for passes. Again we were assigned seats far apart.
Home, we complained to Wizz air and eventually received a snooty reply. We are taking it further; but meanwhile I’d advise travellers to avoid this outrageous treatment by not flying Wizz air.