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San Francisco with the Kids
The Miami Herald, July 19, 2014

“A San Francisco CityPASS provides access to many of the most popular sites in the city, as well as a seven-day unlimited-use Cable Car and Muni transportation pass.”

Sights of San Francisco delight families
The Columbus Dispatch, June 22, 2014

“To see as much as you can for as little money as possible, buy a San Francisco CityPASS. … the pass provides access to many of the most popular sites in the city, as well as a seven-day, unlimited-use Cable Car and Muni transportation pass to help you get around.”

CityPASS Inclusion Adds Appeal to San Francisco’s Cable Cars
The News-Herald, June 6, 2014

“Riding the cable cars is always near the top of my list, so when I discovered that San Francisco is now part of the CityPASS program, I jumped at the opportunity. The program collects must-see attractions and bundles them with unlimited cable car rides plus Muni buses and rail for seven days.”

Access to Adventure with the Philadelphia CityPASS
U.S. Airways Magazine, June 2014

“Who doesn’t want a great deal when they travel? And if that deal saves you both time and money, all the better. Armed with a Philadelphia CityPASS ticket booklet, you can save 46 percent off combined admission to the city’s top attractions.”

San Francisco: The Latest and the Best
Dynasty, inflight magazine for China Airlines, June 2014

“Linking most of these superb sights is the San Francisco CityPASS program, which saves 44 percent on combined attraction admissions. Visitors can choose from the California Academy of Sciences, Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruises, either the Aquarium of the Bay or Monterey Bay Aquarium, and the new Exploratorium or de Young Museum and Legion of Honor.”

News & How-to’s: You’re Outta Line!
Every Day with Rachael Ray, June 2014

“Skip five ticket lines at once and save cash, too: Score a CityPASS booklet for the area you’re hitting and you’ll get discounted walk-right-in passes to five top spots, from aquariums to museums.”

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."

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