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Countdown To Christmas: Luggage Charms

Do you travel a lot? In this last year, I have started traveling quite a bit. I learned that my black luggage my hide dirt and wear and tear well. However, I have also learned that everyone has black luggage, and it all looks exactly the same when it is coming off the baggage claim thing at the airport. I always thought I was being tricky by tying a neon colored ribbon on my luggage. However, a lot of people are doing that now, so that has quit working. I hate to pass along this great idea, since then you all will buy them and ruin it for me. However, Luggage Charms are such a great idea that I have to pass it on. Luggage Charms are super easy to use. Just tie them (triple knot) to anything that you don’t want to lose when you are flying such as your baggage, stroller, car seats, etc. These charms come with brightly colored ribbons and tags. On the front of the tag, you are able to get whatever design you want. On the back of the tag, you are able write or affix a label with all of your identifying information in case your luggage ends up separated from you (I hate when my luggage ends up on a better trip than me). They won’t look like anything anyone else has on their bag, so you don’t have to worry about anyone accidentally grabbing you luggage. You also won’t be standing at the baggage area trying to figure out if that’s really your suitcase or not! Even if you aren’t sitting at the airport, you can also use these to show who’s suitcase belongs to who. Since the ones I have each have different ribbon colors, it was easy to know whose suitcase was whose suitcase on your visit to Green Bay this weekend.

If you do any traveling at all, I highly recommend these luggage charms. They are priced right, are fashionable, and they make your life that much easier.  Now, I know you want a set of your own (each set has 4 charms in it), so I have arranged to give away 5 SETS of these, and you'll get to pick what initial you want on each charm!  How awesome is that?  Here's what you need to do:

1. Leave a comment on this post. I want to know which set of luggage charms you like the best.
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This giveaway will end on December 2nd at 8:00 pm and is available to US & Canadian residents only. Good luck!

87 thoughts on “Countdown To Christmas: Luggage Charms

  1. This is my favorite:

    Camel Plaid Monogram Luggage Charm

    Select Monogram Letter : S

    Select Ribbon Color : Cranberry Red

  2. Mad for Madras Plaid Monogram Luggage Charm would be my choice. Ever since I was a teenager in the 50s, madras plaid shirts have been a wardrobe choice. 🙂

    Who knew there was such a thing as a "luggage charm!" 😆 I am delighted with your contest.

  3. I like the Camel Plaid Monogram; these are unique enough to help spot that suitcase coming around the luggage rack.

  4. I like the Flower Power luggage charms the best. I'd love to see some charms with purple in them or maybe a sci-fi theme.

  5. My favorite is the Flower Power Luggage tag. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway! HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ONE AND ALL!!!

  6. I would love to have the Black Toile Monogram Luggage Charm. It would go nicely with my red luggage which it seems everyone has a set of red luggage these days.

  7. I am a baggage handler with 23 years service, be very careful tying things on your luggage as they get caught up in baggage belt systems and either damage the bag or the bag becomes stuck and misses the flight. Make sure it is only 1-2 inches or 50mm long and tied to the handle not a zipper. Stay away from black or dark colored luggage that’s the most common, Fluorescent colours are best. Do NOT place your address on your luggage or cab drivers or baggage handlers with criminal tendencies will know you are away and now have your address, just place a cell or mobile phone number. More facts on my website luggagesuitcases.net
    best regards

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