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|02-19-2013 10:49 AM|
|Lurker247||Smart Destinations ' Go City Cards are another alternative to use for price comparison. I've used both CityPass (in Toronto) and Go San Diego Card (in San Diego) and they're both great deals if you can complete most of the attractions included. If you are only interested or can only do a few attractions, or have only one day to play the city, I would also recommend Smart Destinations' Go Select option which allows you to select which attractions you want to play at and they calculate a discounted price for you. I went this route for Chicago and although I only saved like a few pennies, at least I didn't have to scavenge and print/clip coupons plus I got the privilege to use the Fast Lane (which you will wish you had for Willis Tower... not so much for the John Hancock Observatory).|
|02-19-2013 10:26 AM|
As someone looking to move to the ATL area (north suburbs)... what do you guys think? My wife and I have not been there, are they "tourist-y" places or what? We are currently near NYC and avoid all the tourist spots, but I'm looking to see if this is a good idea to get to know the city.
|02-19-2013 10:17 AM|
|unlimitedx||I did atl in one day. Well worth it! Wish I stayed longer|
|02-19-2013 09:24 AM|
used up mine in ATL over the weekend. did the zoo and fernbank (only the IMAX tho (too tired for museum and dinner plans later)) on friday and GA Aquarium, next door to coke, and across the park to CNN on Saturday. we were definitely tired after we finished CNN. If you do the Fernbank/IMAX, don't see the Butterfly film. I feel asleep several times.
Each location has a ticket book they give you when you redeem your voucher at the first location. Do NOT tear out any of the tickets. Let the ticket agent do it.
|02-17-2013 03:37 PM|
|02-07-2013 08:18 AM|
|mrredskin||Atlanta's could be done in two days with a car. CNN, GA Aquarium, and Coke are all within walking distance of each other. The optional tickets would take some driving.|
|02-07-2013 08:05 AM|
I have bought the Chicago and Boston ones in the past and they are totally worth it if you are going to the cities for 3 or more days....
FYI, it seems that Citypass itself runs % off sales almost every other Monday or Tuesday which would bring the adult city pass ticket to being same as Costco, but provide additional savings from child's pass...
|02-07-2013 07:59 AM|
CityPASS Savings through Costco.com (10%)
Costco.com offers savings of about 10% off the regular CityPass.com price.
Atlanta's is $69 on CityPASS site. It's $62.99 through Costco.com. I received my link to get the vouchers about 15 minutes after placing the order. You then take that voucher to the first location you want to visit. They will give you the remaining passes for the other locations. All must be used within 9 days of FIRST place visited. Voucher expires 6 months after order date.
CityPASS site states their rates will be going up on March 1.
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