SuperClubs Extends Its "Passport Included" Program

SuperClubs is giving travelers three months to obtain a new passport and still be eligible to receive credit back on their vacation. With the passport regulation deadline finally here, SuperClubs is extending its successful "Passport Included" program through March 31. Since the Jamaican-based all-inclusive chain introduced this promotion in April 2005, more than 1,650 vacationers have taken advantage of the offer. With this program, SuperClubs will pay the fees (up to $97 per person), as part of a Super-Inclusive vacation booking in the Caribbean in 2007. At current costs for passport applications—$97 for adults, $82 for children under 16 years and $67 for renewals—a family of four could spend close to $400 for their passports alone.

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