Why Buy a New York Pass?

When you buy a New York Pass, for one heavily-discounted price you’ve just purchased admission into more than 70 New York City sightseeing attractions.

New York Passes are good for 1, 2, 3 or 7 days (multi-day passes must be used on consecutive days). If you’re planning your New York sightseeing trip in advance, you can arrange to have your New York Pass delivered to your home or office – but if you’re a last-minute planner, no problem: place an order for a New York City Pass, and you’ll be emailed a voucher that you can print out and bring to Planet Hollywood in Times Square (45th Street and Broadway), where you can collect your New York Pass.

You’ll Save Money with a New York Pass

Once you activate a New York Pass you won’t have to pay entry fees at more than 70 New York attractions – depending on how many days you choose, your New York Passes will have paid for themselves by the time you’ve been to your third New York attraction of the day.

Between sightseeing attractions like the Empire State Building, New York Skyride, the Statue of Liberty, bicycle rentals, walking tours, and even a round-trip tour to Atlantic City, you’ll save hundreds on admission fees from one end of the Big Apple to the other … and back again! Purchase of a New York Pass also includes a 176-page guidebook that contains helpful information on all the attractions where New York Passes can be used, along with locations maps you can use to plan your New York sightseeing itinerary. In addition to the money you’ll save on entry fees, the New York Pass also includes about 30 special offers for discounts at restaurants and retailers.

You’ll Save Time with a New York Pass

The New York City Pass becomes activated the first time they’re used – and if the attractions you’re visiting feature a New York Pass sign at the entrance, you can gain “Fast Track” entry and save time by not having to wait on long ticket buying or ticket holding lines.

With a New York Pass you can go to as many attractions as you want in a day, but you can only visit each attraction once. And try to get an early start, since New York Passes define “day” as a calendar day (not 24 hours) – your New York Pass is only good until midnight on the day it’s activated.

Spend a little while with your New York Pass guidebookto plan what you want to do and see each day, so that you can maximize your New York Pass experience and save time by doing as much New York sightseeing as possible in each general location.

And if you think you’ll wear yourself out running all over to check out all those must-see New York attractions, consider a combination purchase of a New York Pass and a CitySights “Hop-on Hop-off New York Bus Tour”, which allows you to ride a bus from one attraction to another – and get on and off as many times as you want.

More Sightseeing Options with a New York Pass

Every visitor to the Big Apple wants to see New York sightseeing highlights like the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Terminal and world-famous museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art.

With the New York Pass, you can see all those – and also explore dozens of other terrific New York attractions, such as a Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour, Madame Tussauds New York, the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, the Museum of the City of New York … and the list goes on and on!

The New York Pass will open the doors to dozens of museums and New York sightseeing attractions in all five of the city’s boroughs. When you combine a New York Pass with a CitySights “Hop-on Hop-off New York Bus Tour” you can cover even more ground while checking out New York sightseeing attractions, as bus tours go uptown and downtown and are available throughout the day and into the night.

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