Planning a trip to New York to see an attraction or event? If so, there is a good chance that you may have seen passes for New York. The passes, listed below, helps to make your expenses in New York more affordable.
By using a pass, you can see more New York attractions at a lower price, skip the long lines to save precious time and obtain discount at retail stores while on your stay in New York.
The CityPASS concept is simple: A booklet contains tickets to New York’s best attractions at almost 50% savings. That’s right, you pay only $74 (for a $134 value)! As an added bonus, you can even skip the line at popular New York attractions during the nine (9) days your pass is valid.
With the New York City Explorer Pass, you get access to must-see New York attractions, museums and tours for one low pre-paid price. This saves you up to 40% off compared to regular admission plus gets exclusive extras others miss out on. You can even skip the line at the most popular attractions.
New York Pass
This 100% risk free pass provides free entry to over 50 New York attractions (with 3 days of Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tours access) and line skip privileges. You also get great offers on theatre tickets, entries to special exhibitions, audio tours & discounts on shopping at places like Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s. To help with your exploring, a 140 page guide book in multiple languages is also included and much more from US$20.00 per day.
The MetroCard is a pass that you should have in your pocket along with one of the above passes as it gives you access to the bus and rails used in the city. Want to save some money at New York attractions such as Coney Island and the Bronx Zoo? Just show your MetroCard at participating museums, restaurants and stores around town and get discounts on admission, membership and more.
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