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The Windy City is chilly this time of year, but fear-not travelers, here's what you can do in Chi-town all winter! http://bit.ly/1nS5ayz
If there's one city that's mastered being able to handle copious amounts of snow while providing endless opportunities for fun, it's Chicago. We
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Happy #ChineseNewYear! It is the year of the Monkey. Wear red and visit http://bit.ly/1mZtuhv for good luck!
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A San Fran Super Bowl experience, with or without a ticket!
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The N.F.L. has turned the event into a weeklong affair, with happenings that appeal to football fans, as well as the non-fans who are tagging along.
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Attention Go Card Customers: The harsh weather conditions in New York and Chicago have caused certain attractions to modify their hours of operation. Please be mindful of this when planning your itineraries. If you have any questions about closures you can check the attraction's website or contact us directly at customerservice@smartdestinations.com . Safe travels!
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If you didn't already know, Las Vegas is fun in the winter, too. Cure your cabin fever by planning a trip! http://bit.ly/1mJatQv
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Want to know what a trip to NYC with a 12 year-old is like? Read for yourself! http://bit.ly/20RyRO6 #NewYorkExplorer #NYC
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Are you ready for Valentines Day? We've got some ideas for what to do if you're spending it in Boston! http://bit.ly/1nS4edI
Cobblestone sidewalks, beautiful parks, historic buildings - the city of Boston provides the perfect setting for couples looking for a romantic
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Is it time for a trip to San Diego? That's a rhetorical question. #San Deigo #beaches #travel #gosandiegocard
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With new luxury resorts and nonstop flights, these destinations are the best places to enjoy sun and sand this year.
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Raining in L.A? Hey, we've got you covered! Literally.. http://bit.ly/1OG6gDM #LA #travel #explore #save
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#Chicago Insider Alert! @AdlerPlanet will be closed to the public Jan 13 and 14 and will re-open on January 15th. http://bit.ly/1OmoJFt
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Sure, rain can put a damper on your travel plans but we've got you covered in Washington, D.C! http://bit.ly/1OgYVdT #travel #explore #dc
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711 Atlantic Avenue 4th Floor Boston, MA 02111
711 Atlantic Avenue, 4th FloorUSMassachusettsBoston02111
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"No printing was necessary for the paid voucher."
"...we just show our voucher to the ticket counter on it."
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5 months ago
Hello, I made calculator travel trips Card GO San Francisco dolar 67,50 USD more he does not pay the plane?
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3 years ago
My first exposure to Smart Destinations was when I won a Go San Diego Card from their sweepstakes last year. Before then, I have never heard of them or used them before. I gifted the card to a friend whom I later traveled to San Diego with so I bought a Go San Diego Card for myself from their website. I plotted my itinerary and calculated the total admission costs before I decided that the Go San Diego Card was worth purchasing. Here's our brief itinerary: Saturday (Wave House Athletic Club, Belmont Park, SeaWorld San Diego-they close late on Saturdays), Sunday (San Diego Zoo, watched IMAX show at The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center), and Monday (GoCar Tours, Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, Miramar Speed Circuit Race, La Jolla Ice Town, Birch Aquarium at Scripps, La Jolla kayaking). Doing all those attractions would cost way more than what I had paid for the card, but even if I were to limit it to just the basics of what I really want to do: San Diego Zoo ($40), Belmont Park ($27), SeaWorld San Diego ($69), La Jolla Kayaking ($45) = $181.00 is still already more than what I paid for the Go San Diego Card. If it wasn't for the card, we wouldn't have gone to see the Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum; it was a last minute addition to our plans and we both loved the museum... so glad we went. Second time I came to use Smart Destinations was when I was in Chicago with a cousin and it was our first time there. We had limited time and budget so we picked the paid attractions we wanted to do the most which was the Willis Tower (aka Sears Tower) and the John Hancock Observatory. I did some research and found that it was cheaper by a few cents if we buy our tickets with Go Select on Smart Destinations. There was a $5 off coupon for John Hancock which required printing and Smart Destinations offered a similar price without me having to print out that $5 coupon so I thought it was best to go with Smart Destinations. No printing was necessary for the paid voucher. My cousin and I both had web-enabled devices and we just show our voucher to the ticket counter on it. In addition to the perk of not needing to print our vouchers, we also had access to the Fast Lane... a special lane for people with CityPass or Go Card vouchers. We skipped a roomful of people at Willis Tower thanks to Go Select. After that I was just so glad we bought Go Select. I highly recommend Smart Destinations to everyone.
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