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This Site Can Tell You if Selfie Sticks Are Banned at the Place You’re Going



You’ve just purchased a selfie stick and are ready to conquer the world. However, not every venue you visit will be as excited about your new purchase as you. Luckily, a new website has emerged to help answer the question “Can I bring my selfie stick?”. Using CanIBringMySelfieStick.com, people can quickly search through the site’s database of ‘attractions’ to find whether their selfie sticks are welcomed or if they are best leaving them back at the hotel.

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Visiting the site allows users to either search for an attraction by name or scroll through the entire database, which can be sorted alphabetically, by location, or by type of attraction. A large number of locations from around the globe are included in the lineup, and presumably new ones will be added as time goes on. A simple ‘Yes!’ or ‘No’ designation will let you know whether or not your selfie stick is ‘in the red’. Some locations, mainly amusement parks, may allow the telescoping wonders throughout the premises but not on rides.

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The site was created by online ticket provider AttractionTix.co.uk to assist with planning family outings. For more information, and to see if your selfie stick is welcomed on your next vacation, head on over to CanIBringMySelfieStick.com.

(via DigitalTrends)