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Thread: Pouch for boarding passes and passports

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    Pouch for boarding passes and passports

    I want to pick up a pouch to keep boarding passes and passports together. I usually carry these items for 3 or 4 people, so it needs to be bigger than the passport pouch. Do you think the medium clear organizer pouch would work for this job? Other ideas?
    --Amanda

    Packing and gadget geek, collecting bags to disperse to my family.

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    Amanda, I always use a medium clear pouch for just this purpose. I generally print my boarding passes, but I've carried several passes plus itineraries and passports with no trouble at all.

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    Thank you! I just wanted to confirm before ordering. Not that I couldn't find another use for a pouch if it doesn't fit what I want it to. :-)
    --Amanda

    Packing and gadget geek, collecting bags to disperse to my family.

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    And I would also suggest getting the new handle loop so you can carry it around your wrist if need be and not loose it!

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    A medium would be great for including folded papers (paper boarding passes, printed e-tickets, itineraries, etc.) along with the passports. I easily carry three passports and some other junk in a Small O.P.
    Shiva brings up a good point, make sure you have your "clip in" options worked out, too.


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