Request Extra Passport Pages When You Renew
Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from Lynda C., who built on Tuesday’s tip by saying:
“Another item that frequent travelers should be aware of is that when you renew, you can just ask for extra pages. We’ve traveled the globe and never had a problem because we always request the extra pages be added when we renew.”
It’s true: When you renew your passport, you can request 52 pages instead of the normal 28 for free just by checking a box. A great tip that can save you a whole lot of hassle—and time. Thanks Lynda!
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