About Nebraska Passport Program
The purpose of the Nebraska Passport is to help travelers discover Nebraska’s hidden gems. The Nebraska Passport is special because it offers a wide variety of travel adventures, including museums, parks, restaurants, wineries, retail stores and more. The 2023 Nebraska Passport program will run from May 1 to September 30, 2023.
We love to watch the number of Passport champions rise throughout the summer! Here are the program statistics.
The app is free to download and is available for both iPhones and Androids; simply search for “Nebraska Passport” in your app store.
PRIZE DRAWINGS FOR PARTICIPANTS WHO REACH 70 STOPS
Winners will be drawn and notified in November 2022.
- Omaha Steaks Monthly Steak Box
- One Combo Meal a Week for a Year from Runza Restaurants
- Two-night cabin stay at select Nebraska Game & Parks properties; two packages available
PRIZE DRAWINGS FOR PARTICIPANTS WHO COLLECT AT LEAST 1 STAMP
- $300 worth of Nebraska Lottery Scratch tickets
- Two-night cabin stay at select Nebraska Game & Parks properties
- Prize donations from current and past Passport stops (listing on NebraskaPassport.com)
Simply visit as many of the Passport stops as you wish, get stamps, then turn those stamps in for prizes. There is no purchase necessary to receive Passport stamps.
- There is no age limit to participate.
- One prize entry per person. Each individual can submit their own booklet prize entry sheet and/or have one digital app account. No purchase necessary.
- People in the same household can receive prizes if they submit their own prize entry forms and/or have their own app accounts.
- You have from May 1 to September 30, 2022 to collect stamps. Your booklet prize entry must be postmarked by October 7, 2022.
- It is acceptable to collect both digital and booklet stamps. Digital stamps are automatically recorded, once “stamped”, under the name you used to set up your app account. Once a digital stamp is collected, you are automatically given credit; no further action needed. At the end of program, turn in your prize entry sheet and booklet stamps will be added to your digital stamp totals.
It’s easy! When you visit any of the destinations listed in this booklet, be sure to collect two stamps—one next to the destination name in the booklet itself (that’s for you to keep), and one on the prize entry sheet tucked in the back pocket of this booklet (that’s what you’ll turn into Nebraska Tourism).
To receive your stamp, simply enter the Passport stop and let the staff members know you are a Passport participant. There is no purchase necessary to receive your stamp.
No, you MUST be present to get your Passport stamped. The Passport stops have strict orders not to stamp booklets for people not present.
It is HIGHLY ENCOURAGED to plan your Passport stop visits during their business hours. Selfies and digital stamps are the only acceptable alternatives to physical stamps. Keep in mind that many Passport stops are small businesses and may need to change their hours or close for a period due to unavoidable circumstances.
You can submit “selfies” (a picture of yourself) in front of the location. If there are several people in your group, you can take one group selfie and everyone will get credit. Print your selfies and submit them with your prize entry sheet and mark selfie. You can also turn them in here: https://nebraskapassport.com/submit-selfies
Being a Passport stop is not only an enjoyable experience, the Passport can help your destination reach your goals.
The Nebraska Passport team is happy to present to any group wanting to learn what the Nebraska Passport is and how to participate.
For questions about the Nebraska Passport Program, please email or call the following:
Phone: (402) 471-3796, Monday-Friday 8am-5pm or leave a message
Email: [email protected]