CityPASS Ticket Booklets Great Savings For Spring Break and Beyond

CityPASS Booklets Offers Half-Off Savings for Spring Break Vacation Thrills

CityPASSlogoBy Nolan Apostle
Contributing Editor
Event City Premier Magazine

It’s that time of the year and Spring Break is here and we know how exciting it is for many families and college students take off and travel throughout the country. This spring break parents can transform their couch-crashing kids into inquisitive, wide-eyed explorers by whipping out a packet of CityPASS®CityPASS-Pocket-Horizontal ticket booklets. The company boast savings of up to 50 percent on combined attraction admissions and also gives its customers the ability to skip most main-entrance ticket lines. This is a big bonus when you’re traveling with antsy, “are-we-there-yet?” teens! CityPASS booklets have been around for 15 years and this reporter remembers how quickly the booklet became popular shortly after its launch. CityPASS booklets have become the must-have accessory to help your family have an affordable adventure to many different parts of the USA.

It doesn’t matter what your interest might be from a waxy museum visit or a major attraction or theme park. If your kids are avid online gamers, science geeks, sports players, or skateboarding daredevils, the CityPASS program offers a vast array of attractions in North America’s top destinations: Southern California, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Seattle and Toronto. The CityPASS ticket booklet includes prepaid admission to each destination’s most famous sights at significant savings. Attractions and Theme Parks such as Disneyland and Universal Studios are included in the CityPASS ticket booklet.

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King Kong takes on T-Rex at a ride at Universal Studios.

Plus, there’s plenty of time to do everything else you want to do. CityPASS also has an interesting format to those using their popular booklets – from your first day of use the “Passes” are valid for nine consecutive days, in Southern California, the CityPASS admission card is good for 14 days which is well needed with all of the exciting new attractions, events and resort options happening in beautiful sunny California.CityPassheader

City Pass was established in 1997 by co-founders Mike Gallagher and Mike Morey. Their respective backgrounds in destination marketing and research in the tourism industry gave them the tools and much insight into how travelers want to have their experienceswithout a lot of fuss and at significant savings”. City Pass first launched in Seattle and San Francisco, bundling prepaid admission to each city’s top attractions based on annual attendance. This collection became the easy-to-use CityPASS ticket booklet whose savings is up to half off what it would cost to purchase those same admissions separately. Because City Pass limits the number of attractions on each city’s pass to five or six of the most popular sights, visitors have ample time to enjoy a destination, never feeling the need to rush frantically from attraction to attraction to get their money’s worth.

To learn more about CityPASS ticket booklets and admission cards products for travelers who are seeking significant savings in New York City, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California and Toronto please visit the City Pass website at CityPASS.com.

 

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