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May 25, 2018

Your very own Personalized Luggage Tags!

Trust me, we know how stressful long flights can be. And then, you still have to face the crowds and fight for your luggage. So, to help you come back to your happy place, we designed these special luggage tags for you and your family!

All you have to do is give us the info below and choose from one of the styles. Then, we'll send you a file containing your personalized design with your family name on it. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

What are you waiting for? It's Free, and if you're a fast typer, it should take you less than 30s to complete it! Ready, set, go! 👇👇👇

How to print your Personalized Luggage Tags

We're sending you the image file with the design of your choice and your name on it. It's up to you to print it. Here's some ideas of what you can do:

  1. If you're the crafty type, you can print and laminate it at home. The standard size for tags is 2"l x 3.5"w, which is the standard business card size. You can print about 8 tags in a Letter sized paper. If you want it to be thicker, go for either 14-point cardstock (thick) or 16-point cardstock (thicker). But you'll be fine with regular paper as well, since laminating it will make it stronger anyway! 
  2. If you don't have a laminator at home, but still want to print it yourself, you can buy Clear Plastic Luggage Tags online like these clear ones or these ones with a leather trim.
  3. If you'd rather pay for printing, Zazzle is running a Memorial Day campaign, and it's 25% across the site with code ZMEMORIALDAY. They have some cute label format options, so go for it! 

If you're still planning your trip and trying to find things to do at your destination, we can also help! Check out this page and learn more how City Catt can help you save time, money and headaches on your next trip. It's not too late to leave everything behind and go for a quick Memorial Day getaway!

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