DVCruise
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LUGGAGE TAGS

Any suggestions for holders for paper luggage tags?

Tags: luggage boarding pass

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Kennicott
Contributor Level: Captain

We have had real good luck with these:

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INCLUDES: 8 cruise ship Zip Seal luggage tag holders and 8 braided steel ties. Now your paper tags won't rip off leaving you with lost luggage.

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  • HIGH QUALITY STEEL TIES: All cruise tag holders have a braided stainless steel loop that easily secures your tags to your bags by tightening the threaded metal barrel connector. The ties will not break!" http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00UR2M3JM?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00
Ewoodspark
Contributor Level: Captain

Is direct advertising not against the guidelines for this forum?

Kennicott
Contributor Level: Captain

More on luggage tag holders------someone started a thread on this last year, (see link). It came at an opportune time for me, as our tag holders were worn out and I had scoured the town unable to find anyone anywhere who carried them. It would seem that the travel catalog "Travel Smith" would have them but nope. The ones I had were from Fred Meyers who had discontinued carrying anything like that in their store travel sections.

I think it was glomarrone on that thread who put me onto Amazon.com. Wow, talk about going famine to feast. Only problem I had was that there were 27 different types for sale, and we didn't have much time for mail delivery and then to experiment before embarkation day. So I just order four different packs at random. When they came they all looked pretty good but I liked the looks of the Cruise Tag Caddys the best. So I used them. We have about 5 cruises under our belt since then and they still look like new, half of those involved air travel to Europe. They have been put to the test of the toughest ramp rats around and still survived.

The Fred Meyer's ones were PVC too with teflon straps. Trouble was the PVC was thin and the teflon got brittle, lucky we didn't lose a bag. As previously posted, these are thick PVC with little stainless steel cables for connection.

Wife saw the other ones laying around and wondered why I wasted all that money buying so many. Sometimes you just can't win.

http://cruiseline.com/forum/post/how-do-you-protect-the-paper-luggage-tags/2?page=3&per_page=10

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=luggage+tag+holders

PandCcruisers
Contributor Level: Second Mate

Laminating sheets and a stapler or a zip strip, haven't lost one yet

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

I laminate the paper ones with 2 1/2" wide packing tape and have never had a problem.

 

Remember in the old days when you got a packet in the mail a couple weeks before a cruise with your tickets, itinerary, and the plastic printed luggage tags that were self adhesive ?     

JusMe
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

 

 

I did not see any "Direct advertising"  I read that the OP asked for help regarding luggage tags and somebody was nice enough to reply with suggestions and even links to help the OP.   As the person that replied is not the seller of the tags it is not advertising.  The reply is helpful to all that cruise and may be looking for this accessory. 

 

 

cruznjan
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

I got luggage tag holders from Cruise Critic.

DVCruise
Contributor Level: Captain

 

DVCruise
Contributor Level: Captain

 

SimonCommunity
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

 

I don't think this qualifies as direct advertising. Kennicott was simply answering the OP's question. Unless he's managed to keep it under wraps until now, I don't think he has a luggage tag holder business that stands to benefit from the information provided.

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