Experience the Big Apple with the NYC Explorer Pass

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If you’re gearing up for a big trip to New York City this holiday season, we’re happy to spotlight a fabulous special for visitors to the Big Apple.

The NYC Explorer Pass offers a personalized sightseeing experience; the customizable card gives you and your family the flexibility to create your own sightseeing itinerary and experience New York City’s best highlights at your own pace.

Here is our special deal for you: Save up to 45% on the NYC Explorer Pass.

E-tickets are also available, so you can get your pass instantly and be on your way. Enjoy the flexibility to choose your attractions when you get to town, and do as much sightseeing as you want in a day.

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With the NYC Explorer Pass you are able to choose from a set of three, five, seven or ten options – out of a menu of more than 50 top attractions in and around New York.

Once you’ve chosen an itinerary, you can relax and choose how many attractions you want to see each day; the Pass is valid for 30 days, so there’s no pressure to see everything in one frantic dash around the city.

The Pass also comes with a full-color guidebook.

There’s a wealth of fun and interesting things to do in the ‘city that never sleeps,’ and the NYC Explorer Pass features the best museums, tours, and activities – and you pay nothing at the gate.

Take a ferry around the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island; enjoy spectacular views from the Empire State Building Observatory Deck; visit the National 9/11 Memorial, Radio City Music Hall, and much more.

How about a guided bike tour through Central Park? That sounds fun! Swing by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Guggenheim Museum, or check out the Lincoln Center Tour, and the Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Walking Tour.

The NYC Explorer Pass is a must for your next trip to NYC. It’s the easiest and most affordable way to see the very best of New York City!

Visit TicketsatWork.com today to grab savings up to 45% on the NYC Explorer Pass.

By: Jeff Hyatt

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