No. Your activation code is a four-word combination that was sent to you by your station when you signed up for the Passport member benefit. An example of an activation code is: cat-tree-ship-onyx


Your password is the password you created when you created a PBS, Facebook, or  Google account. 


Your activation code is intended to be used only once when you first activate your Passport membership. It should never be used after that. After you have activated your Passport membership with the activation link that was sent to you, only sign in using your Google, Facebook, or email account. If you attempt to use your activation code again, you will encounter a screen asking you to activate again. If this happens, simply click Sign In to PBS.org using the same email address that you used when you activated your account.


Take a look at the activation process

Check to see if your Passport account is activated


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