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Happy 100th Birthday to the National Parks Service! Did you know #NYC has 4 national parks? Central Park is not one. http://bit.ly/2bjDVwb
Find great tips for visiting the Statue of Liberty and other National Parks in NYC. Learn where to get tickets, what to bring & find fun for the kids, too!
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Your dream vacation to Hawaii is more affordable than you think! #Oahu #visithawaii http://bit.ly/2aUjP8f
It’s easy to spend a fortune while you’re visiting Oahu, but there are ways you can keep the costs down.
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Boston Children's Museum is opening a new gallery exhibit, “Lines and Vines,” a growing exploration of houseplants!
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Taking a trip to London has never been easier (or more affordable). http://bit.ly/29Z2GcO #GoLondonCard
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From San Diego to San Francisco, a California itinerary just for you! Road trip anyone? http://bit.ly/2afnhgO #california #gocitycard
There are so many amazing things to see and do in California that we know it can be overwhelming when planning out your vacation. That's where we
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Chicago Insider Alert! Lollapalozza starts tomorrow and runs through Sunday. All the festival streets will be closed, meaning major traffic delays.
Big Bus will still be running but please be prepared for 20-25 minute delays this weekend. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact customerservice@smartdestinations.com or feel free to call us directly.
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Is a multi-attraction travel pass right for you? Know before you go.. http://yhoo.it/2abtkmt #yahootravel
When you're visiting a city for the first time, it can be overwhelming to decide what attractions to see, when to see them and how to purchase all the tickets you need. This type of sightseeing pass, which is available in many major cities around the world, allows you to purchase discounted tickets
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You don't have to be all fancy-pantsy to go to London - This is how you can visit on a budget http://bit.ly/298ljOu #London #travel #save
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The best places to eat in London! And now we're starving.... #London #food #golondoncard http://bit.ly/29AN826
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"No printing was necessary for the paid voucher."
"...we just show our voucher to the ticket counter on it."
"...was when I was in Chicago with a cousin and it was our first time there."
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Bruno Regazolli
11 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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Eliz Chan
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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