It can be overwhelming when planning a trip to NYC. There are so many things to see and do it can be hard to plan everything out, and then comes the price tag to be able to see everything. Soon you find yourself making sacrifices and cutting back on activities so you can stay on budget. There is a better option though, one that lets you see and do everything you want at a fraction of the cost! New York Pass to the rescue!
The New York Pass offers all the amazing attractions (over 80 of them!!) in one easy to use pass. The best thing about The New York Pass is its flexibility; there is no limit on how many attractions you can see and you can choose from 6 different duration types: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7 and 10 days. Just pick the time frame that fits your trip!
If you have already been to New York then you know how crazy some of the lines can get at the most popular attractions, that’s why The New York Pass offers you Fast Track entry to the busiest attractions. This gets you past the busy lines and to your destination quicker. This is priceless for those with a shorter vacation time that need to make every minute count and for those like me who just can’t stand sitting around in lines.
Below is a fantastic guide to show you just how much money you can save by choosing the The New York Pass. Check it out:
Even starting at a one day pass you can save so much! I personally would do a pass for the same amount of days you will be visiting.
The first day we were in the city we did Top of the Rock and I was so thrilled with how fast we got through the line. In less than 10 minutes we were at the top enjoying the amazing views all thanks to The New York Pass.
The next day we did The Statue of Liberty and The Empire State Building. At both of these attractions we saw people standing in long lines waiting to get tickets. We were so glad to have our New York Passes! The time saved not always standing in lines made our passes priceless to me.
On our third day we went to the World Trade Center and The MET. With The New York Pass you can see the 9/11 Memorial, Museum and Tribute Center. I highly recommend taking a whole afternoon to see everything at the 9/11 Memorial. Normally it would cost $39 a person to see everything at the Memorial and you would have to get separate tickets for the Tribute Center and the Museum, but with your New York Pass you can see both.
The MET is also an attraction you will need a good chunk of time for. There is so much to see! We spent over an hour just looking at ancient Egyptian artifacts. There are so many great exhibits!
Looking back and comparing our last trip to this trip to NYC I notice a huge difference and that difference is due to The New York Pass. We had so much more extra time and money on this trip thanks to The New York Pass. If you are looking for a budget friendly, easy way to see all NYC has to offer The New York Pass is definitely for you! Check it out!
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I was provided passes to facilitate my review, all opinions as always are my own.