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  • On May 27, 2012
    Tanya from TX Asked

    We received the Magical Express luggage tags, and the directions say to separate along the perforated edge, but the picture shows differently. Do I cut the yellow tags in half or leave them long? I also can't figure out how to attach Mickey Mouse tags.

    Hi Tanya,

    If I'm understanding your question correctly, you should definitely leave the tags in tact without cutting them.  There should be one yellow luggage tag for each registered member of your travel party. It may be beneficial to fold each tag in half, as to wrap around a handle of your suitcase.  There's really no right or wrong way to do this, so don't stress.  The Magical Express Cast Members at MCO are trained to look for all bags bearing the yellow tag, so as long as each bag has a yellow tag, you'll be just fine!

    The souvenir plastic luggage tags are a little tricky, and you're definitely not the first person to ask how to assemble them.  Do you see the clear pastil stretchy piece with a slit in the middle?  That's the piece you'll use to attach the tag to your luggage.  Be sure to fill out the passenger information card and slide it back into the tag before attaching.  Next you'll want to slide that stretchy clear piece through the opening in the tag, then wrap it around the handle of your luggage before brining the tag back through the hole to secure it!!!  If that made zero sense, I apologize!  It's hard to articulate!  :)

    Best Wishes,

    Amanda F. 
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