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The cost of applying for a new British passport will rise from April ✈️

Pirates, if you need to apply for a new British passport, we recommend doing it sooner rather than later.

A price increase is set to come into place from 11 April, so you could save a few £s by doing it now.

Published by
Caitlin Moore·22/03/2024

Mateys, the cost of applying for a new British passport is set to rise AGAIN next month, so if you need to do so, then we recommend doing it this month to save a few £s.

The last rise was in February 2023 saw prices increase by £7 to the current price - £82.50 for adults.

From 11 April 2024, the fee for a standard online application made from within the UK will rise £6 from £82.50 to £88.50 for anyone 16 and over. The cost for children will rise from £53.50 to £57.50.

There will also be a price rise on postal applications, which will increase from £93 to £100 for adults and £64 to £69 for children.

The priciest option (applying from overseas) will also increase. If you're applying online, adults will now be charged £101 and it'll cost £65.50 for children, while paper applications will cost £112.50 for adults and £77 for children.

The increase will apply to both new applications and passport renewals.

You can read more about the changes on the official website.

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