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Namechanger1404 Sat 11-Aug-18 09:36:09

I’m travelling to Canada stopping in the US going and coming back. I will be going through US customs. I will be taking stuff for my family

Namechanger1404 Sat 11-Aug-18 09:41:36

Fat finger sorry..I’ll continue..

I will be taking stuff for my family in Canada, the items will be sweets/chocolate etc and some paxo stuffing/casserole mixes (for the cookgrin) there won’t be any meat products. Also will I have to pay revenue or anything on these items as they will all be in packets?

Sorry if these questions are a bit duh, but I haven’t been to the US in a while, Canada are grand but I know the US officials can be rather erm ‘stern’hmm

My stopovers are 4-5 hours and I’m going to get a lounge pass, is that a good idea?

Any advice would be greatly appreciatedsmile

AttilaTheMeerkat Sat 11-Aug-18 12:39:15

You should be ok with all those foodstuffs (basic rules are no meat, dairy, fish or any type of fruit or plants). No revenue is payable. is a useful link

Where are you going to purchase the lounge pass and at what airport?.

Namechanger1404 Sat 11-Aug-18 14:31:07

Attila thanks, I thought that. I was going to purchase an annual pass from Priority Pass, you have access to lots of lounges around the world, that’s all I know of, do you have any advice re lounges?

AttilaTheMeerkat Sat 11-Aug-18 14:42:50

I would look into it further before buying such a pass particularly in the event you only use it say once in the course of a year.

Some airline lounges put restrictions on access to them for Priority pass holders i.e. no admittance after 15.00 hours for instance. It varies a lot between airlines and they all seemingly have their own policies.

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