Get Your Extra Passport Pages Now
According to our friends at the ThePointsGuy.com, starting December 31, 2015, you’ll no longer be able to add pages to a US passport. If you need more pages after that date, you’ll have to renew your passport—which stinks for frequent travelers. Canada has been doing this for years, which I thought was crazy. My guess is the US government just wants to make more money.
The good news is that all passports issued after December 31, 2015, will have 52 pages instead of the standard 28 pages. If you want to add to your current passport, however, now’s the time! Here’s where to do it.
Note: Want to renew your passport? Need an international visa? We recommend Allied Passport & Visa, where JohnnyJet.com readers get $5 off.
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