CheapCaribbean.com Introduces New Passport Rebate Promotion

CheapCaribbean.com is paying for travelers' new passports when they book a trip in 2006. Beginning January 8, 2007, the U.S. State Department requires that all U.S. air travelers returning from international destinations must present a passport. However, the cost of new passports for each family member can be prohibitive. That's where CheapCaribbean.com's limited-time Passport Rebate promotion comes in. Any traveler who books a trip with CheapCaribbean.com, or who has previously booked a trip, for travel in 2007 is eligible for a passport rebate. The company will reimburse the cost of a new passport for each customer named in the booking, which totals $97 for each traveler age 16 or older and $82 for each traveler under age 16. For more information, visit [www.cheapcaribbean.com/attractions.jsp?attID=128].

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