Tourists looking for solid discounts when sightseeing in Boston this summer can take advantage of the promotion announced on the Boston Tourism Made Easy website. The company learned from the creators of the Go City Card that, on top of the already significant discounts available through the Smart Destinations product (up to 55% off), they are currently offering further promotional discounts on the Go Boston Card.
Deborah Bradley, Owner of Boston Tourism Made Easy, described the promotion this way:
“Smart Destinations tourist passes allow you to take full advantage of sightseeing in Boston while keeping your wallet happy. With this additional discount, purchasing a Go Card is truly the best way to save money for anyone that’s visiting Boston.”
The ticket includes cut rates on Boston’s most popular attraction, the Freedom Trail, as well as discounts for entrance to the Boston Duck Tour, the Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium and many more of the city’s best experiences.
Boston Tourism Made Easy is excited to be a go-to resource for current and new customers of the Smart Destinations passes, as these Boston discount cards are specifically designed to meet the needs of tourists.
The Boston Go Card is offered in a variety of time-frames (ranging from one day to a full week), and is priced differently for adults and children. It currently offers discount prices on 49 of Boston’s most popular attractions.
Bradley does warn on her website that the Go Card requires a relatively intensive sightseeing schedule to get the full value out of it, so she also shares alternative discount pass options for the more leisurely tourist.
The promotional price is only available on qualifying purchases with a coupon code which can be found on the Boston Tourism Made Easy website. It is also valid for the Go Select Boston Pass – an alternative offering which allows tourists to build their own personalized discount pass.
Click the link for more info: http://www.boston-tourism-made-easy.com/boston-discount-card.html.
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