How do I attach the shipping label?

Your shipping label should be securely attached to your bag to avoid shipping delays, and this can be done in a few ways!  The preferred method of attaching your label is to use a carrier luggage tag (a “Fly Tag”), but you can also attach your label using shipping tape or a LugLess provided tag. Just make sure that it is impossible for your tag to detach from your bag.

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What is a fly tag? 

These Fly Tags are self adhesive, and wrap around the handle of your luggage

Packing instructions

Pack as you normally would for airline travel but avoid  prohibited items.
Insert the COPY label inside your luggage as a backup. If you have more than one bag ensure the tags correspond with the correct luggage or you could incur additional fees.
Lock your luggage using a luggage lock or a zip tie.
Attach the label securely to the outside of the luggage with either a clear packing tape, a fly tag, or a LugLess tag. See below for bag specific instructions.

Label attached with a fly tag

If you didn't purchase a shipping kit, the most reliable way to secure your label to a canvas bag or luggage handle is with a "Fly Tag" that can be obtained at your local FedEx® and UPS® shipping center.   

Label attached with a LugLess tag

If you opted for a shipping kit, you will receive your shipping label, a LugLess tag, and two zip ties (per bag). Simply insert the label into the tag, slip the zip ties through the holes on the tag and around a non-telescoping handle, and zip them closed! 

Label attached with tape

If you don't have access to a "Fly Tag" then you can secure the label using clear packing tape. Be sure to wrap the tape completely around the bag, as shown below:

Please view an example of an improperly attached tag below. When a label is not securely attached, it is at risk of falling off while in transit:

Attaching a label to a box

If you are shipping a box, you can use clear packing tape or you can obtain a clear shipping pouch from your local FedEx® and UPS® shipping center.

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