The pass helps save on things like dining, shopping, and more; NYC bus tour allows to explore Big Apple’s top sights at an individual pace
About This Deal
- Valued for its simplicity, long validity, and ease of use, The Savings Pass is valid at thousands of locations for discounts of up to 40% off nationwide. View full discount and savings list here.
- The Savings Pass is valid for the pass holder plus three companions for a full year.
- How it works:
- Easy to use, the pass is valid for the pass holder and three companions.
- Valid for a full year from the date of purchase.
- Simply show the pass and save at many locations nationwide.
- The Savings Pass can be used from mobile devices or can be printed out.
- The savings can be shared with up to three people every time the pass is used.
- New offers are added often, bringing more and more value to the holder.
- 10% discount on all attraction and tour purchases made on www.citysights.com (a special promo code will be provided on the pass voucher).
- The NYC One-Day Double Decker Bus Ticket includes a two hour tour of NYC.
- Available attractions and notable sights:
- Times Square
- “Soup Man” from Seinfeld
- Upper West Side and Monks aka “Tom’s Restaurant”
- Central Park
- Museum Mile
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Met Steps
- And much more
- To use the bus portion of the package, customers must present the voucher they receive from Sightseeing Pass to the Big Bus agent across the street from M7M world at 48th Street and 7th Avenue (stop 1).
About CitySights NY
CitySights NY lets visitors and residents alike see the city from a thousand different angles. There are boat tours, on yachts and clippers alike, which might include a leisurely dinner as the sun sets or a lap around the Statue of Liberty. Helicopter tours buzz around the famous statue as well, or over Manhattan. For those looking to experience the city from inside a theater, trips to Broadway offer a glimpse into New York's dramatic legacy. There are also walking tours for those who like to keep a more leisurely pace or try to pet every dog in the city.
The company's double-decker tour buses, though, whisk visitors around the Big Apple, making stops at the city's top attractions, including Times Square, the One World Observatory, SoHo, and Chinatown. Along the way, guides narrate the tour, adding details about the city's rich history and pointing out which pigeons are friendly. Each passenger seat comes with its own speaker to ensure that you don't miss a thing. Most tours are hop-on/hop-off, meaning you can take as much time as you want at sites such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Central Park Zoo before catching another bus later in the day.