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Boston CityPASS card - get entrance to 5 top Boston attractions for almost half price

How to get the biggest savings on Boston attractions,cruises,and tours

A Boston discount card lets you save big money on popular attractions,museums,tours,trolley rides,and even cruises.

"The decision to get one of these Boston discount sightseeing passes is a no-brainer - it's the easiest way to save on your Boston vacation!"

How big is "big"?

Savings with the Go Boston Card,Boston CityPASS,and Go Select Boston Card varies - but you can save up to 55%.

But with several cards to choose from,how do you know which Boston discount card is best for you?

Number of Days

Child

You can sometimes get the cards on sale,especially if you want a card for 3,5,or 7 days. It always pays to see what's on offer.

Plus,Boston Discovery Guide is able to offer this additional special discount to pass on to you:

Boston CityPASS

gives you entrance to 5 top attractions while letting you save 45% of the regular admission cost - almost half off.

How it works: for $51 ($91.95 value) for Adults or $36 for Kids 3-11 ($59.95 value),and use it for a period of 9 days,based on when you first use it - so go at your own pace,with no need to rush.

With the Boston CityPASS,you get free admission to:

  • New England Aquarium
  • Museum of Science
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Prudential Skywalk Observatory
  • Your choice of Harvard Museum of Natural History (in Cambridge) - or - Old State House Museum on the Freedom Trail

You'll save money with Boston CityPASS even if you go to only 3 of the attractions. But you'll probably want to go to all 5 because these truly are top Boston attractions.

Print Boston CityPASS as soon as you order it,or get it mailed to you.

Go Select

Thelets you choose your own attractions,tours,and cruises.

Go Select guarantees you'll always pay less than the regular admission price. Bottom line - this card is a no-brainer,especially if you want to see as few as 2 exhibits.

Here's how this Boston Go Select discount card works. You go to the Go Select web page and pick 2 or more attractions,tours,or cruises from a list of 30+.

Or you can pick one of the pre-built packages - for example,the Boston Family Fun 4-Pack,which includes the New England Aquarium,Museum of Science,Duck Tour,and the USS Constitution Cruise. You'll save 27% off full price,which comes out to about $25 savings on adult tickets,and about $20 savings on child tickets.

You can print your pass as soon as you order it,and it's valid for 30 days,based on when you first use it.

Best for: Boston visitors who want to choose their own attractions,and spread them out over up to 30 days.

Also good for Boston locals,especially when you want to go to just a couple of places over a 30-day period,or when you have out of town guests to entertain.

I find them especially handy during school vacation weeks. For example,if you have middle school or high school age kids,you can visit the New England Aquarium and Museum of Science,and go on the high-speed catamaran Whale Watch trip on different days during the week. Perfect way to save on a "Staycation" holiday!

1 day

$54.99

$36.99

2 days

$74.99

$52.99

3 days

$119.99

$79.99

5 days

$164.99

$115.99

7 days

$194.99

$134.99

Source: www.boston-discovery-guide.com


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For all cities the era of corporate headquarters in cities is ending too
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