Seattle City Pass, Seattle

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    Consider buying the citypass

    by VTGlobalMeeting2012 Written Oct 17, 2011

    Favorite thing: It will be cheaper to buy the Seattle City Pass. It will only cost yu $59.00 A $111.60 Value. Youth 412- is #39.00

    You can buy this at citypass.com or call 1-888-330-5009

    With this citypass, you can go to 6 famous attactions in an amazing price. And, you skip ticket lines.

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    CIty Pass

    by Jim_Eliason Updated Feb 7, 2009

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    Favorite thing: The Seattle City Pass is a great way to save a bundle on Seattle sites. It's available online or you can purchase it at the Seattle Center.

    You can get it online at http://citypass.com/city/seattle.html

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    Great Value!

    by leebee1 Written Dec 9, 2004

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    Favorite thing: If you are planning on going to several of the cities attractions, I recommend buying the super pass. It costs about $40, but gives you entry into the following;
    science centre
    space needle
    aquarium
    museum
    zoo
    and a harbour cruise.
    I'm pretty sure you can purchase it at any one of the above mentioned venues. Most hotels have broshures for it anyway.

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    Get a Seattle CityPass

    by vichatherly Written Aug 5, 2004

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    Favorite thing: This was a great idea for us. It gave us money off tickets to all the places we wanted to go to.

    Six attractions, including The Space Needle, The Museum of Flight, Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, Pacific Science Center, Seattle Aquarium and Woodlands Park Zoo for $42.

    We didn't manage to get to all the places cos we only had a few days. But it was still worth the money and saved all that queuing up for tickets.

    Fondest memory: www.citypass.com

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    saving some $$

    by raevnzno Written May 4, 2003
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    Favorite thing: Buy a CitiPass. It will get you admission to the zoo, aquarium, space needle, harbor tour, science museum, and the flight museum. At about half the cost if you buy them seperately. If you have a large family, or if you are planning on doing 3 or more of these activities this will save you loads. The citipass can be purchased at any of the locations and is good for 7 days.

    Fondest memory: Fondest memory of this trip will be my 22 yr old daughter getting tickled at a road sign and laughing for about 4 hours. Remember when you were little and got the giggles, and your parents wanted to wring your neck, cause everytime you finally settled down something new would set you off again?? All I can say is "Chico Way Chico"

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    Seattle City Pass

    by Venturingnow Updated Mar 28, 2003

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    What the CityPass looks like

    Favorite thing: I recieved a Seattle City Pass as a gift for Christmas, and I used it extensively in Seattle. CityPass is simple. The Seattle CityPass gets you into the big six Seattle attractions. You can purchase CityPass at any of the Seattle attractions, or you can buy online at the weblink www.citypass.com. Once you have a CityPass, just bring it with you to each attraction. You have to buy no tickets and stand in no lines, just show them your pass and you get in. The pass gets you into the
    • Woodland Park Zoo
    • Space Needle
    • Pacific Science Center
    • Seattle Aquarium
    • Argosy Cruises - Seattle Harbor Tour
    • The Museum of Flight
    They say that if you were to buy each entrance ticket to the above attractions, it would cost you 75 dollars. The pass costs 35 and pays for itself after the aquarium and space needle alone. Very useful, I highly recommend.

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