1. How long do I have to collect stamps?

    You can collect stamps at all 80 Passport stops from May 1 to September 30, 2017.

  2. What do I do if a Passport stop is closed when I arrive?

    It is highly encouraged to plan your Passport stop visits during their business hours. However, if you absolutely can’t make it during business hours, you can use the Nebraska Passport App to get a digital stamp. Another option is to take a selfie (a picture of yourself) in front of the location and submit your pictures with your prize entry sheet.

  3. Can I turn in both booklet stamps and digital stamps?

    Yes, you are allowed to mail in your booklet stamps and send in your digital stamps through the Nebraska Passport App. Nebraska Tourism staff members will combine your stamps to determine what prize levels you have achieved.

  4. How do I download the Nebraska Passport App?

    The Nebraska Passport App is available for iPhones and Androids. Simply search for NE Passport in your app store.

  5. Can households combine stamps from multiple booklets and apps?

    No, households cannot combine their stamps from different booklets and apps. Households may submit one prize entry sheet for multiple people and receive up to 4 t-shirts per household, but will not receive multiples of the other prizes.

    In order to receive all the prizes you qualify for, please collect your own stamps on your own prize entry form or digital app. Participants must be present to receive stamps; Passport stops will not stamp booklets for people not present.

  6. Is there a fee to participate in the Passport program?

    There is no fee to participate in the Nebraska Passport program. There is no purchase necessary to receive Passport stamps at the 80 Passport stops.

  7. Where can I get directions to and current hours for the Passport stops?

    Google maps links are available for every Passport stop on the Nebraska Passport App and on this website. Current hours are also listed on the app and this website.