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Winter coat travel tipEach Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s winter-themed tip comes from reader Karol, who says:

“One of the most left behind items on planes (and boarding areas) is the winter coat. Put your name and cell number on the label, (or leave your biz card in the pocket) and when someone finds it they can return to you! Stay warm!”

In fact, this tip could be applied to all coats and items you carry onto a plane. Thank, Karol!




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2 Comments On "How to Reduce Your Chances of Losing This Item on a Plane"
  1. Mary Bogart|

    What trip were you talking about on Sirrot and Marciano show on WLS-AM Chicago The 21st of March
    where you cannot use US credit cards and lots of problems that the traveler just makes once?
    Just heard last part and was curious, but the details of ship or plane was not mentioned again.
    Thank you,
    M K Bogart

    1. Hundredbacklinks

      Hi Mary,

      It was Cuba and we mentioned Fathom Cruise



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