Monday, November 15, 2010

Cruise Travel: An Updated Paper Luggage Tag Solution

As we reported on some time ago, while most passengers have no complaint about printing e-documents for their cruise, luggage tags printed on paper are a cause for concern. Frequent cruiser George Hall said, "Someone will have to explain to me how these paper tags stay on through the process." Cruise Diva has had occasion to print out and use the paper tags and offered suggestions for how to keep them securely in place: Luggage Tags, Then & Now.

But now, I've discovered an even better method of attaching those fragile paper luggage tags without "laminating" them with clear packing tape. Favors by Serendipity* has come up with an ingenious Cruise Luggage Tag Holder for those printed luggage tags.

We love that cruise lines are going green and we love these luggage tag holders because they are reusable.

Not only are they useful, they won't fall apart in transit. The grommet at the top makes them even sturdier and longer lasting. Designed to accommodate 8.5" x 11" folded paper, just print your tags, fold them according to the instructions, put them in the holders, attach to your luggage handles, and relax. You're set for worry-free luggage transfer from pierside to your cabin.

The holidays are coming up and, priced at $2.95 each for from one to four holders (order five or more at $2.50 each), these are perfect stocking stuffers for avid cruisers.

*Favors by Serendipity has been in business since 1975 creating everything from handcrafted items to wedding and party favors.

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