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The New York Sightseeing Flex Pass is a flexible discount pass for New York. Use this pass to visit New York’s popular attractions at your own pace. As well as being a fair bit cheaper, the Sightseeing Flex Pass is also easier to use in comparison to buying individual tickets for all attractions. You only pay for the pass; no extra payments are required at the attractions.
The costs of the Sightseeing Flex Pass
You have the freedom to choose the number of attractions and tours to include on your Sightseeing Flex Pass. Children 2 years old and under do not need a pass and for kids from 3 up to and including 12 years old there’s a special reduced price. You save at least 40% on entrance fees with this pass, compared to buying individual tickets.
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What can you see and do with the Sightseeing Flex Pass?
You buy a Sightseeing Flex Pass for 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10 or 12 attractions. Then you have 30 days to visit the attractions that you choose. Create your own itinerary by choosing your favourites from a list of over 100 attractions and tours! Find the full list here. Choose, for example, to take a Hop on Hop off Bus: a 72-hour ticket for the Uptown and Downtown route counts as one attraction. Board right away with your pass, you don’t have to get your ticket at another location. You can also choose to visit Top of the Rock, take a sightseeing cruise and go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with the pass. In addition, the pass has dining attractions that offer US$15-$25 credit towards the final bill. Another unique feature: the One World Observatory is also included with this pass! Most of the other discount passes for New York do not (yet) offer a visit to this tower.
How does the Sightseeing Flex Pass work?
Purchase the New York Sightseeing Flex Pass easily online, before you travel. You’ll receive a voucher with a QR-code, which is your pass. You can show it at the attractions, on your phone, to get in. I recommend printing the pass as well, so you have a paper copy, just in case. There’s no need to decide beforehand which attractions to visit, just decide what you want to do when you’re in New York. So, maximum flexibility for a minimum price! You can also download a digital guide. It contains information on the tours and attractions, and tells you how to use the pass at each one.