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CityPASS Winter Special
Looking for a way to entertain out-of-town holiday guests without running yourself ragged as a tour guide? Or, maybe it’s the thought of the long winter school break — and kids moaning, “we’re bored” — that has you fretting.
CityPASS to the rescue.
Beginning Dec. 15, visitors purchasing — or activating previously purchased — CityPASS ticket booklets for New York City, Hollywood, Seattle, Boston and Philadelphia will have up to 76 days (until Feb. 28, 2011) to redeem the included attraction tickets (one use per individual ticket). Typically, once the first admission ticket in a booklet is redeemed, CityPASS holders have nine days to use the remaining attraction tickets. CityPASS’s Winter Special extends that usage window considerably.
In addition to giving travelers more time to enjoy their passes and the attractions, CityPASS saves buyers up to 50 percent off the cost of purchasing the included attraction tickets separately. CityPASS also saves time, allowing users to bypass most main-entrance ticket lines. And isn’t that an extra-special perk on a cold, blustery winter day?