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New York pass- which one?

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Sogoodtheynamedittwice Tue 10-Apr-18 08:05:21

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MadisonAvenue Tue 10-Apr-18 08:18:19

It might not be enough for your needs but we recently used C3 passes, which I think is a watered down version of a CityPass.

I only came across them when booking the 9/11 Museum, you get to choose three attractions from quite a good list. We weren't going to do the usual tourist sites but hadn't visited the 9/11 Museum before and the Empire State Building is something we do every visit and that was on the list so it seemed worthwhile getting a pass as there would be something else on the list that we could see or do for the third use.

Sogoodtheynamedittwice Tue 10-Apr-18 08:36:04

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MadisonAvenue Tue 10-Apr-18 08:50:28

The Staten Island ferry is free so you don't need a pass for that, you just queue up and walk on.

Yes, you choose three. For us it worked well in saving us some money, we've been a number of times before and done the usual sights so a more comprehensive pass would've been a waste. It came in at around £59 each, (or $79 and tickets to the Empire State Building alone were $39 when we were there).

www.citypass.com/new-york-c3

Sogoodtheynamedittwice Tue 10-Apr-18 09:05:36

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MadisonAvenue Tue 10-Apr-18 09:14:42

No, we just showed the print out when we went in. No need to prebook. In fact, for the various towers it's best not to because the views are weather dependent.

marjorie25 Sat 12-May-18 21:20:14

Have a look on groupon, they normally have a deals.

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