Saving Money With City Pass – USA Travel Tips

Saving Money Using CityPass

I love to take cheap last minute trips around the USA, sometimes you can find mistake flights for as low as $15! While you may save on the flight, there is still a list of other expenses. Hotels, activities, food, and drinks are always a drag on the budget. It wasn’t until I learned about City Pass on a trip to Chicago that I started saving more.

What is citypass

Citypass gives you discounts to the top tourist destinations, that you wanted to see anyways. Choose a bundle that best fits your schedule and interests!

Where can I find CityPass

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City pass is supported in the following cities:
  • Atlanta
  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Denver
  • Houston
  • New York
  • Orlando
  • Philidelphia
  • San Antonio
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • Southern California
  • Tampa Bay
  • Toronto

Where can I Buy CityPass

Follow this banner to buy CityPass


Common Questions About CityPass

CityPass is a travel program that provides travelers with a package deal on admission to a city’s top attractions, often at a discounted rate.

Once purchased, CityPass provides you with a booklet or mobile ticket containing tickets to several of the city’s major attractions. You can use these tickets for admission without having to purchase separate tickets at each attraction.

You can purchase CityPass booklets online from their official website, at tourism offices, or often at the attractions themselves.

After the first use, most CityPass tickets are typically valid for 9 consecutive days, but the exact duration can vary by city. However, unused booklets generally have an expiration date (often about a year from purchase).

This depends on your travel plans. If you plan to visit most or all of the attractions included in the CityPass, it can offer significant savings. However, if you’re only interested in one or two of the attractions, it might not be cost-effective.

No, passes are non-transferable. Once someone uses a ticket from the booklet, the entire booklet is considered used by that person.

Occasionally, attractions may be closed for maintenance, private events, or other reasons. It’s a good idea to check attraction availability in advance.

Start Planning Your USA Trip Now!

Book Your Flight:

Use Skyscanner to find a cheap flights. A travellers favorite way to book flights, as it searches websites and airlines around the world with one click.

Book Your Bus or Transportation Within USA:

There are two ways to book your transporation, ask your hotel or hostel, go to the local bus terminal, or book online, for a less stressful trip using 12go.asia

Book Your Accomodation: 

Find the best hotels or hostels at HostelWorld, Booking.com, Agoda.com. Perks include with no upfront payment. Pay when you check out and Free cancellations.

Dont Forget Your Travel Insurance:

Two popular choices are SafetyWing and WorldsNomads. A traveler should buy traveler’s insurance to protect themselves against unexpected events such as trip cancellations, medical emergencies, and lost or stolen baggage. It provides peace of mind and financial protection in case of unforeseen circumstances.

Useful Apps?

Checkmy Bus / Wanderu / Busbud – Booking Busses

Whatsapp / Groupme / Boostone – Communication

HiJiffy / Hotel Tonight / Agoda – Booking Hotel

Trip.com / Goibibo – Booking Train

Seamless / GrubHub / Uber Eats – Food Delivery

Uber / Lyft / Wingz – Booking Taxi

Want More Information On USA?

Be sure to check out my nomad travel guide on the USA for even more tips.

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