Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Dave K., who commented on this tip about labeling baggage:
“Having any address on the luggage seems like a potential security problem. I put only my email address and cell phone number on my tag. Some might consider even have a cell number on the tag to be a problem, but this is OK with me. This info still allows the airline to ID lost luggage and route it appropriately after contacting me. This is actually an advantage if I’m not at the destination hotel, especially if that was just the first stop in a trip.”
This is what I do. Thanks, Dave!
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