City Pass manages to put together an itinerary of epic proportions for most major cities in the United States. In addition, they do all this for a fraction of the regular...
City Pass manages to put together an itinerary of epic proportions for most major cities in the United States. In addition, they do all this for a fraction of the regular price.
City Pass develops and distributes a coupon book that pieces together various attractions in cities for much less than it would be to buy individually at face value.
That discount could reach as much as 50% off admission. Based on the cost-cutting offered by City Pass, the natural assumption would be the attractions would be less than enviable.
That isnâ€™t the case by any means as City Pass scores major customer points with destinations that certainly would rank as desirable. City Pass is located in 11 cities in the United States, including heavy hitters such as New York, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Hollywood and Seattle. Theyâ€™ve also landed in Toronto, Canada.
Using the ubiquitous New York City as an example, City Pass proves potent, poignant and practical in its application upon purchase. Customers can use City Pass for the â€œBig Appleâ€ and get discounted entry into such iconic spots as The Empire State Building and Ellis Island, along with the must-see Statue of Liberty and Guggenheim Museum.
Roughly six spots are included on New Yorkâ€™s City Pass schedule for just a little over $100, much less than what tourists would spend if they opted to do an a la carte option for the populous and popular city.
One overwhelmingly redeeming attribute of the creators of City Pass is their penchant for laying out exactly what customers get when purchasing for a particular city. Highlighting one major attraction and nothing else often is the case with ticket books or discounted rates for admission; they put their best foot forward but customers are ultimately disappointed with the overall package.
Fortunately, City Pass is hardly in that same family. In fact, City Pass resides at the opposite end of the spectrum and is a superior product with anything but substandard reviews.