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50 Things to Do This Summer
— Fayette Woman Magazine, June 2011 issue
"As every stay-at-home mom or dad knows, the difference between a humdrum summer vacation (t.v. on for hours at a time, siblings squabbling, listlessness and annoyance setting in) and a fantastic summer vacation is what you do. It’s not about just entertaining the kids, either—it’s about family bonding: going on adventures, getting outside for healthy fun, learning about nature and history, having melty cones of ice cream, relaxing and playing and spending time together. So we’ve pulled together a list of twenty-five things to do this month (and twenty-five more to come next month!) to ensure you and the family have something fun to do every day this summer. Grab your sunscreen, bug spray, bathing suit and picnic basket—and let’s have a great summer! more"
20 Awesome Amusement Parks
— www.familycircle.com, August, 2010
"Southern California Travel Tip: Scope out local sights at DiscoverLosAngeles.com and Sandiego.org, and search theme park bargains at MousePlanet.com, MouseSavers.com, and AllEars.net. If you're planning to visit multiple parks, the Southern California City Pass might be a good bet: It gets you into Universal Studios Hollywood, SeaWorld, the San Diego Zoo, Disneyland/California Adventure, and the San Diego Wild Animal Park (three-day park hopper); $269; ages 3-9, $229; citypass.com."
La capital del mundo al alcance de la mano — Nueva York es como uno la ve en las películas: espectacular, enorme y a la vez muy accesible (Article PDF)
— Diari de Terrassa, August 10, 2010
"Cuesta 79 dolares e incluye seis tiquets para otras tantas atracciones: Empire State, estatua del la Libertad, Top of the Rock... Supone un ahorro de 65 dolares."
Seattle Site-Seeing (Article PDF)
— Alaska Airlines Magazine, May 2010
"I got a discounted rate by using the CityPass. For $59 ($39 for kids 4-12), ] get to enjoy six top Seattle attractions: the aquarium, an Argosy Cruises Harbor Cruise, the Space Needle, the Pacific Science Center, the Woodland Park Zoo, and either The Museum of Flight or the Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame. The pass is valid for nine days, and if I separately paid to go to all of these places, it would cost $111.60. Since I'm saving so much money, it's no problem to see all seven and pay regular admission at the Experience Music Project so that I can also learn about rock bands and fretboards over the course of the week that I'm devoting to recreation. The pass is available from the individual attrac- tions and you can also preorder it at www.citypas.com/cityl/seattle.html."
Texas Chock-Full Of Affordable Adventures (Article PDF)
— wftv.com, April 29, 2010
"Houston has a tremendous lot to offer, but paying to see an assortment of attractions can add up quick. Luckily, there's the Houston City Pass, which gives you access to six of the city's main attractions and is valid for nine days so you have plenty of time to take everything in. For $34 per adult and $24 for children between the ages of 4-11, the pass saves almost 50 percent off admission charges and offers a lot of options. You can visit the Houston Space Center and explore the outer limits, go under the sea at the Houston Aquarium, meander through the menagerie at the Houston Zoo and expand your cranium at the Houston Museum of Natural Sciences. After all that, you can choose between The Children's Museum of Houston, the George Ranch Historical Park, or the Health Museum to round off your trip. Talk about getting a bundle for a buck!"
Seattle stop for the zoo, museum of flight and more (Article PDF)
— canada.com, April 6, 2010
"All these attractions, plus a couple more, are covered by a City Pass booklet, priced at $59 for an adult but valued at more than $111. Details online at citypass.com."
Houston, out of this world (Article PDF)
— Explore, March 2010
"Affordability is the name of the game in Houston, where a CityPASS can get you into six of its main attractions for $39."
10 Money-Saving Ideas for City Vacations (Article PDF)
— Parenting, March 2009
"Freeload! Many museums have free admission one day a week; check the website. For example, almost all the San Diego museums are gratis on Tuesdays. Another trick to see more for less scratch? Bundle attraction entrance fees. At Citypass.com, you can buy a book of tickets for the most popular draws in any of 11 cities for about half what you'd pay if you bought them at the gates."
A Rare Chance to Save (Article PDF)
— AARP The Magazine, November & December 2009
San Francisco The City by the Bay used to be the City Where You’ll Pay: not cheap. Now you’ll find deals from hotels, museums, and attractions on San Francisco’s visitors’ site (415- 391-2000). Adults can buy a CityPass for $59 for admission to five popular attractions — among them, the California Academy of Sciences and the Aquarium of the Bay — for a total of 49 percent off regular ticket prices, plus free cable car rides for seven days. Or see the King Tut exhibit at the de Young Museum through March 28. The exhibition’s website lists 21 hotels offering discount room rates, free VIP tickets (usually $27.50 to $32.50), and a Pharaohs Gold Card for dozens of discounts from local retailers.