Acceptable forms of ID for nightclubs

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Jboxall1
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I have a Passport which is currently out of date by 5 days will this still allow me to get into clubs and bars, and would having other id e.g. Bank cards or birth certificate increase chance??
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You will need something thats in date, your pic and date of birth for it to be completely valid. Bank cards and birth certs do not have all of these. Maybe your passport will be enough, they may not even properly check it but strictly speaking, it isnt valid.
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(Original post by Anonymoùs)
but strictly speaking, it isnt valid.
Anything they deem as valid is valid. There is no legal requirement to check ID.. just a legal requirement to not serve under-aged children.
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It should honestly be fine as I know a few bouncers/ people in bars who have done door work/serving alcohol and as other users have already mentioned they are only concerned as to what your age is-not whether you need your passport updated.


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I've used an out of date passport as ID in pubs, bookies and shops and never had any problems. I don't know if clubs would be stricter or not; guess its worth a try.

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