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Things to do & Places to see in New York City

Visit New York's Top Tourist Attractions FREE with New York Pass Whether you prefer museums or the theater, zoos or gardens, sports entertainment or shopping excursions, there are so many things to do in New York City there's really something for everyone, and with our card savings add up really quickly - Learn more >>

In 2013 there were over 52 million visitors to New York City. This means, every day there is more than 130,000 people interested in seeing the top NYC sights. Over 1,000 people a day use the New York Pass - every day they save money on attractions and skip the long summer lines. Perhaps a New York Pass could be of help to you as well?

Wondering what to do in New York City, why not to do it all? No worries, you won’t spend a fortune and you will have enough time for everything. Simple try the New York Pass and enjoy your trip.

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Offer Ends:
Mon 26 Jan 2015

How much will you save?

  • 7 day pass - Save $559.00*
  • 5 day pass - Save $400.00*
  • 3 day pass - Save $212.00*
  • 2 day pass - Save $145.00*
  • 1 day pass - Save $58.00*
  • * Potential savings based on one adult visiting three top New York Pass attractions per day.

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