MetroMarks Recommends: Travel Savings in 11 Cities with CityPASS

 

 

 

 

Everyone loves to save time and get more bang for their buck, especially while traveling, when time can be short and money needs to be budgeted. And that's why MetroMarks recommends CityPASS. With a CityPASS booklet travellers can save up to 50% off regular admission price on top 'must see' attractions in 11 North American cities and at the same time avoid lineups!  Travelers who want to see major attractions in new cities should definitely consider one of their bundles. CityPASS bundles are available in these cities:


 

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Melissa Davidson, the manager of Social Media at CityPASS explains how their discount booklets can save travelers valuable time and cash......

 

Fewer crowds, cool temperatures, and off-season hotel deals are just a few fall travel bennies you can take advantage of this time of year.

Another great deal — and one that’s available year-round — is a CityPASS® ticket booklet, which can save travelers up to 50 percent off combined admission to the top sights in 11 destinations: New York City, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Hollywood, Houston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California and Toronto.

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From falling leaves to falling snow, CityPASS may very well be what you need for your next sight-seeing trip, whether it’s a quick weekend trip away or a staycation in your own hometown.

And with colder days looming ahead, you can take advantage of the CityPASS Winter Special, which extends the normal 9-day validity period in New York City, Seattle, Houston, Boston, Philadelphia and Hollywood. If you start using your CityPASS booklet on or after December 15, 2012, you’ll have until February 28, 2013 to visit all the included attractions.

In addition to saving money, CityPASS travelers save time, skipping the main-entrance ticket line at many attractions. So, what about that two-hour wait to enter Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium? It’s non-existent with CityPASS. All you do is make a beeline for the members’ entrance and go right on in. What about the line around the block for the Empire State Building? Not for you. With CityPASS in hand, you breeze past that line and head straight to the second-floor check-in area.

CityPASS was specially designed to only include five or six top attractions per destination, thereby:

  • Making it easy for visitors to see all of the included attractions during either a long weekend break or a typical vacation.

  • Giving CityPASS travelers enough time that they don’t have to rush from attraction to attraction to get their money’s worth.

  • Making it possible for visitors – especially first-time travellers to a destination – to obtain tickets to all of a city’s top-level, marquee attractions with one purchase.

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Don’t just take our word for how awesome it is to skip lines and save money. CityPASS has a 99 percent customer approval rating. One of our Chicago customers recently submitted this review on our website:

Mile long line to get into the Shedd Aquarium? Not for Us!! With City Pass we skipped lines, received our event tickets and enjoyed each venue and attraction. This is an excellent value and you really are treated like a VIP.”

Another satisfied customer said, “I visited New York recently for the first time and for 10 days. I had heard good things about Citypass so I didn't hesitate in snapping one up for my trip. I was able to see all of the major attractions in this fabulous city in my own time and at an affordable price. I could skip past the lines of people and I would think 'why didn't they get a Citypass, crazy'! NYC is such a great city and Citypass helped make it that bit greater - thanks!”

Even travel writers love it. The Suitcase Scholar’s Tracy Antonioli said her San Francisco CityPASS simply rocked.
“I swear to god, at several times – mainly involving transportation – I actually looked at my CityPASS booklet with actual love. I did not, at any point, leave my hotel room without it,” Antonioli wrote. “It became one of the things I obsessively checked for, along with my room key and Visa card. And if something can become as important as my Visa card, that, my friend, is a value at any price.”

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If you value your time and money, you’ll love CityPASS.

CityPASS is valid for nine days (14 days in Southern California). All CityPASS products are available at citypass.com or can be purchased at any of the participating attractions for the same price.

 

 

 

Thanks Melissa! We highly recommend CityPASS products to our readers and travelers to North America.

CityPASS official blog, is full of up-to-date, budget-friendly news and advice on the top activities, attractions, food, transportation and more in some of the most outstanding cities in the world. It is listed as one of our Top 20 Blogs for City Travelers!

You can check out their Facebook page here follow their tweets @citypass

We would love to hear your thoughts! Have you used a CityPASS bundle or saved money with CityPASS? Join our discussion below.

 

 

 


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