7 Day New York Pass £140 @ Attraction Tickets Direct (Includes Over 80 Attractions, Including Empire State & Top Of The Rock)!
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7 Day New York Pass £140 @ Attraction Tickets Direct (Includes Over 80 Attractions, Including Empire State & Top Of The Rock)!

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Found 29th Sep 2015
£140 is a great price for the 7 day New York Pass, gets you into all the main New York attractions, this is £156 to buy direct from the New York Pass website, so saving on their price again.
You only need to visit about 4 on the list and you've saved your money.
Used the 3 day pass of this before, was excellent value and que jumped good few places.

There is 2,3,5 day options too, but the 7 day seems fantastic value!

REAL New York Pass not a voucher. Your pass and guidebook will be posted to your home address enabling you to start using your New York Pass as you arrive in the Big Apple.

Free admission to over 80 top New York attractions for 7 consecutive days
Enjoy savings on shopping, dining and selected excursions
Plan your days with a FREE full colour guidebook .

Beat the queues! At many attractions, the New York Pass allows you to bypass the regular waiting area. You can go to the head of the line by simply presenting your New York Pass.

Free New York Dine 4 Less Card with all New York Bookings
FREE Macy's Savings Card
FREE Planet Hollywood New York $10 Voucher with all New York Bookings.

The New York Pass is activated the first time you use it and is then valid for the number of consecutive days purchased. You can only visit each attraction once with the New York Pass.There is no refund for any unused days. Attraction Tickets Direct will issue you with a REAL New York Pass meaning you can start using your New York Pass straight away.Attractions can be withdrawn at any time without notice.
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FULL list of attractions included.......................

9/11 Memorial & Museum9/11 Tribute CenterAmerican Museum of Natural HistoryAtlantic City Excursion on Academy BusBlazing SaddlesBronx Renaissance TourBronx’s Little Italy: Arthur Avenue and BelmontBrooklyn Botanic GardenBrooklyn Bridge Sightseeing Bike Tours and RentalsBrooklyn Children's MuseumBrooklyn Historical SocietyBrooklyn MuseumCarnegie Hall ToursCentral Park Bicycle Rentals & ToursCentral Park Sightseeing Bike Tours & RentalsCircle Line DowntownCircle Line Sightseeing CruisesCitySightseeing Hop-on, Hop-off Sightseeing FerryClipper City Tall Ship Cruises Manhattan by SailDiscovery Times SquareDwyer Cultural CenterDyckman Farmhouse MuseumEl Museo del BarrioEmpire State Building Observation DeckFashion Windows Walking TourFDNY Fire ZoneFood on Foot ToursFraunces TavernGrand Central Terminal Audio TourGreenwich Village Walking TourHallelujah! Gospel WednesdayHarlem One Stop Cultural & Heritage Walking and Step-On Group Tour PackagesHigh Line-Chelsea-Meatpacking TourHistoric Richmond TownHistoric Richmond TownInside Broadway ToursIntrepid Sea, Air & Space MuseumJewish Children's MuseumLuna Park @ Coney Island - Free Wrist BandMadame Tussauds New YorkMadison Square Garden, All Access TourMoMA PS1Morris-Jumel MansionMuseum at Eldridge St.Museum of American FinanceMuseum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the HolocaustMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA)Museum of the City of New YorkNational Academy Museum & SchoolNBC Studio TourNew Museum New York Botanical Garden New York Hall of Science New York Historical Society New York Insider’s Shopping Tour New York Skyride New York Transit Museum New York Water Taxi Noble Maritime Collection NYC Gospel Walking Tour On Location Tours Central Park TV and Movie Sites On Location Tours UPTOWN New York TV and Movie Sites Queens Museum of Art Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour Rockefeller Center Tour Saturday Night Live - The Exhibition Shearwater Classic Schooner – Manhattan by Sail Slavery and Underground Railroad Tour Snug Harbor Botanical Garden in Staten Island SoHo-­Little Italy-­Chinatown Walking Tour Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Staten Island Children's Museum Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum The Brooklyn Bridge and DUMBO Neighborhood Tour The Cathedral of St. John the Divine The Cloisters Museum and Gardens The Highlights of Midtown Tour The Metropolitan Museum of Art The Museum of Sex The Paley Center for Media The Ride The Skyscraper Museum The Studio Museum in Harlem Top of the Rock Tour at Lincoln Center Van Cortlandt House Museum Wall Street Walks Wave Hill Weeksville Heritage Center Whitney Museum of American Art Yankee Stadium Tours.

Direct link to the New York Pass website for more info on whats included..................
newyorkpass.com/En/
Used it on my last trip to NY saved a fortune in money and time plus you can book walks in advance
archer1204

Used it on my last trip to NY saved a fortune in money and time plus you … Used it on my last trip to NY saved a fortune in money and time plus you can book walks in advance


Same, the cold voters maybe are not aware of how much it would cost to do all these things on their own over a week.
herby247

Same, the cold voters maybe are not aware of how much it would cost to do … Same, the cold voters maybe are not aware of how much it would cost to do all these things on their own over a week.


just remember haters gotta hate plus they cant even be bothered to explain why they voting cold
This is a great deal considering it's normally £200 for a 7 day pass.

Can do between 2-4 attractions per day so at £20 per day this is a bargain - plus you can skip some queues with this pass.

On a side note, I highly recommend eating from the Halal Guys - $7 for a lot of quality street food.
archer1204

just remember haters gotta hate plus they cant even be bothered to … just remember haters gotta hate plus they cant even be bothered to explain why they voting cold


Lol - haters.
See your +2 now
What's the best attractions to see, going there for only 2 days?
Maxow

What's the best attractions to see, going there for only 2 days?


Well 2 days is soo little time, so plan it very well.It all depends out of all the attractions listed what interests you most and we can work out your best way to get around.
Maxow

What's the best attractions to see, going there for only 2 days?



As as been said, plan plan plan

I did two days ten years ago, did....
Top of the Rock, at night
Ice skating @ Rockafella


ESB next day, in day

Stanton Island ferry
The bull on wall street,
WTC walk by

Grand Central station walk through

Ice skating Central Park

Times Square shopping

Girls did Bloomingdales

Blokes did Intrepid Museum Visit

Plus eats at various restaurants that took our fancy.

Blisters on feet after 48 hours! But defo slept on the red-eye home!
rap451

As as been said, plan plan planI did two days ten years ago, did....Top … As as been said, plan plan planI did two days ten years ago, did....Top of the Rock, at nightIce skating @ RockafellaESB next day, in dayStanton Island ferryThe bull on wall street, WTC walk byGrand Central station walk throughIce skating Central ParkTimes Square shoppingGirls did BloomingdalesBlokes did Intrepid Museum VisitPlus eats at various restaurants that took our fancy.Blisters on feet after 48 hours! But defo slept on the red-eye home!


Thats a pretty good start
Used one of these when I went for a week 10 years ago and was worth having, I didn't worry too much about the saving money, it was just good to know I had it in my wallet ready. Going back to NYC next March and will be getting one again. Not sure they post them out internationally anymore though, thought you had to pick them up when you arrive?
spacemunkeyuk

Used one of these when I went for a week 10 years ago and was worth … Used one of these when I went for a week 10 years ago and was worth having, I didn't worry too much about the saving money, it was just good to know I had it in my wallet ready. Going back to NYC next March and will be getting one again. Not sure they post them out internationally anymore though, thought you had to pick them up when you arrive?


They do still post them internationally plus as soon as you get it you can then book numerous walks and book ahead
spacemunkeyuk

Used one of these when I went for a week 10 years ago and was worth … Used one of these when I went for a week 10 years ago and was worth having, I didn't worry too much about the saving money, it was just good to know I had it in my wallet ready. Going back to NYC next March and will be getting one again. Not sure they post them out internationally anymore though, thought you had to pick them up when you arrive?



The one in the deal (attraction tickets direct) is shipped from the UK, the New York pass official site, emails a print out for you to collect in person, they do offer UK shipping via Fedex.........But their 7 day pass works out about £156!
herby247

The one in the deal (attraction tickets direct) is shipped from the UK, … The one in the deal (attraction tickets direct) is shipped from the UK, the New York pass official site, emails a print out for you to collect in person, they do offer UK shipping via Fedex.........But their 7 day pass works out about £156!


Even at that price if you add up all the attactions in the above list you can see in 7 days plus skip the line and all the walks it easily pays for itself
Just noticed the New York Pass includes "The Ride" bus tour, which is $74 on its own approx £48!
http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z33/herby247/ride%20bus%20tour_zpsi2n9ptxm.png

More info here.....
theridenyc.com/
In fact if someone had the time would love to know how much the total price would be over 7 days but i think it would reach nearly $800 if not more plus all the added benefits.For instance before i went i had virtually mapped out my whole holiday.
One of the highlights would be touching the space shuttle at the intrepid museum
Edited by: "archer1204" 29th Sep 2015
I had a single day version of this as part of a package holiday back in 2006. In that one day I gave it a good battering. A week long could really get your money worth. All who are going to NYC, do your research and have a GREAT time.
archer1204

Well 2 days is soo little time, so plan it very well.It all depends out … Well 2 days is soo little time, so plan it very well.It all depends out of all the attractions listed what interests you most and we can work out your best way to get around.


I would visit the iconic Empire State building and go for the FREE return Staten Island Ferry ride which gives a good view of Manhattan. Visit the Ground Zero site - it is impressive and not far from the Staten Island ferry terminal. China Town of an evening or the adjacent Little Italy of an evening. Depending on which day you are there and if you are artistically inclined you can get free entry in the Museum of Modern Art for 3 hours from 5pm (it houses Monets' 'Waterlillies'.)
herby247

Just noticed the New York Pass includes "The Ride" bus tour, which is $74 … Just noticed the New York Pass includes "The Ride" bus tour, which is $74 on its own approx £48!More info here..... http://theridenyc.com/



Saw the bus loads of times, the folks on the bus look like they're some sort of zoo attraction, they look like real plonkers sat in traffic all doing Mexican waves...
New York pass didn't work for us - unless we went to other attractions we weren't planning to see in the first place.
TKTS ticket booth in times square is a real bargain for theatre tickets, we got 4 tickets for $80 each which is genuinely half price, and the show was incredible.
going there for 5 days only.
So it's cheaper to buy 5 day pass.
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