I made a short video showing you how to print your boarding passes onto one page without all the pesky ads so you can save your printer ink. I had an hour spare in my hotel room in Freiburg and this is what I came up with – I hope it’s useful and feel free to share it!
on How To Print Your Boarding Passes With No Ads To Save Ink.
I tried but it sisnt work! My computer only allows me to print emails in Memo format so this cuts off a third of the ticket. Any help gratefully recieved!
DO you have Word? Paste it into a word document? Or could you send the email to print and then save it as a pdf document and print that – depends on your printer software. I hope that helps.
Very useful. 8 pages and 4 full colour for 4 black and white boarding passes seemed like too much. This helped alot.
Brilliant. Extremely useful.
Thanks for advice but I see that on EZ’s website it states:
You cannot use a PDF scan of your boarding pass on your mobile device as the airport security team will be unable to scan them.
Is that just EZ convincing you to print the ad – or can it be a problem? Do the automatic readers at Gatwick cope OK?
Thanks for your comment. This tutorial was for you to PRINT out the combined PDFs with no ads. I wasn’t trying to combine the PDFs and try and use my phone to check in – you can use the airline app for that. This is purely to print out two ad-free boarding passes on one page – It works perfectly at automatic check in for Eurostar and airports around the world including Gatwick – I use it all the time!
Heather – Lovely video – I was cursing once more this process of wasting ink for 3 Easy Jet returns.
I pasted into Word with page on Landscape orientation by the way.
Its the little victories hey? 🙂
Under my edit button there is no snapshot/screenshot button. Please advise.
Are you on a MAc or PC Jan?