Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Susan K. of Chicago, who builds on a recent tip (using Costco for passport photos) by saying:
“Just read the tip about using Costco for your passport photos. If you are an AAA member passport photos are free…just call a branch office and make a reservation for the photo. They give you your photos right then, are of great quality and the accepted size the immigration requires.”
It’s important to clarify that passport photos aren’t free with all membership levels (see NY’s system, for example), but AAA does provides the service. So if you’re an AAA member, make sure to check your benefits before you go through the trouble of getting passport photos somewhere else. Thanks, Susan!
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