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Holiday gifts that fuel that wanderlust
Los Angeles Times, Dec. 1, 2013

“Here's a cool tool for the beaten path. If you know somebody headed to New York or another major U.S. city, a CityPASS booklet can save substantial money on major tourist attractions. With New York, for example, $106 buys adult admission to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, the Guggenheim and several other major attractions, which otherwise would cost you $185 (and you'd spend more time standing in line).”

Rachael Ray
The Rachael Ray Show, Nov. 4, 2013

“New York CityPASS: It’s a booklet of tickets that includes admission to the top six attractions here in New York City, including the Empire State Building Observation Deck, the American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the MoMA, the Statue of Liberty, and more. They’re available in 11 North American cities, and they even help you guys skip all the lines!”

Seattle Family Travel Rule No. 5: Save Money by Purchasing a CityPASS
On the go with Amy, Sept. 15, 2013

“All of these places charge admission and if you want to do it all, you'll need to spend some money. But you can drastically cut back on the expense with a CityPASS. By purchasing admission to several attractions you get nearly 50 percent off the price. You also get to skip ticket lines.”

Kimpton Takes Center Stage in San Francisco
Recommend (travel agent magazine), August 2013

"San Francisco’s CityPASS makes getting around town even easier with unlimited access to public transportation and admission to attractions. With the pass, your clients can hop on one of those famous cable cars, as well as Muni buses and streetcars, with a 7-day unlimited ride passport."

Chicago — 12 Insider Travel Tips
Authentic Luxury Travel, July 31, 2013

“Buy a CityPASS: The Chicago version (they are also available for nine other U.S. cities) includes admission to The Field Museum, Skydeck Chicago, Shedd Aquarium, Art Institute of Chicago or Adler Planetarium, and Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago or John Hancock Observatory at about 50% off regular combined admission charges. While I never mind saving money, what I really loved about the Chicago CityPASS is that it allowed me to take the VIP route and skip the ticket lines, thus saving tons of time.”

Elle Tourisme — It List: Nos Hotels Preferes a New York
Elle France, June 2013

“Go! … et pour le CityPASS (citypass.com) qui permet un accès facile et pas cher aux big attractions de new york.”

Taking the kids to meet Lady Liberty
Chicago Tribune, June 27, 2013

“You can save more than 40 percent on your Statue Cruises, as well as other major NYC attractions, including the Empire State Building, the American Museum of Natural History and The Metropolitan Museum of Art and avoid most lines with CityPASS.”

At your liberty: Statue of Liberty to reopen July 4
The Baltimore Sun, June 27, 2013

“Get the pass. Tourism officials are promoting the New York CityPASS, which enables visitors to save on admission to many of New York City's attractions, including the Statue of Liberty, and skip most main-entrance ticket lines.”

Great Destinations for Gay Families
Passport Magazine, June 2013

“The best way to explore is with CityPASS, which offers entrance to both the California Academy of Sciences … and the Aquarium of the Bay. Another great attraction is the Exploratorium, which opened in its new home on the Embarcadero in April.”

Pases para tu próximo destino
El Nuevo Diario (Nicaragua), May 30, 2013

"CityPASS es una nueva forma de explorar los principales destinos de ciudades cosmopolitas como Nueva York, San Francisco o Chicago. Comprando entradas para atracciones turísticas, el usuario recibe descuentos de hasta el 50% del costo original."

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