Wondering how much you'll save with an All-Inclusive Pass? 

Spoiler alert: it's a whopping 41%.

But how can you make these savings?

Well, by visiting the below attractions without our pass, you'd spend $372.99 on individual entry tickets. 

Visit them with a 3-day All-Inclusive Pass, and it'd only cost you $219. 

That's a total saving of $153.99

Read on for some NYC inspiration and discover how you can get the most value out of our All-Inclusive Pass.

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Big Bus

Day 1

Morning

Big Bus Hop On Hop Off: 1-Day Classic Ticket

Nothing says good morning like the sensory overload that is Times Square. Those neon lights never fail to get you pumped for an NYC adventure. From here you can head onto a Big Bus for a Hop-on Hop-off tour. With your pass, you’ve got a full day to explore both its Uptown and Downtown routes.

Price without a pass: $59.99

Empire State Building

Afternoon

Empire State Building Observatory

Listen. You cannot come to New York and not visit the Empire State Building. Whether you’re an architecture buff who wants to make googly eyes and the Art Deco interiors, or you simply want to take in those views from the top, it's just one of those places you've got to visit. P.S. make sure you pick up a fridge magnet from the gift shop for your Gran on the way out.

Price without a pass: $47.91

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Admission + MARVEL Universe 4D

For strikingly lifelike waxworks and an afternoon of saying things like “but how do they make them look so real!?” and “take a picture of me with Barack Obama”, make your way to Madame Tussauds. How many friends can you fool into thinking you met Taylor Swift? Plus, with your pass, you can also see your favorite superheroes like never before at the MARVEL Universe 4D experience. 

Price without an All-Inclusive Pass: $47.89

NYC Cruise

Day 2

Morning

Best of NYC Cruise: Circle Line Sightseeing

Cover the whole of Manhattan in one morning. This Best of NYC Cruise circles the entirety of Manhattan, offering chef’s kiss views of its skyline and many famous landmarks. With both outdoor seating and an indoor cabin with panoramic windows, you can take to the waters whatever the weather!

Price without a pass: $44

Intrepid

Afternoon

Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum and Space Shuttle

As far as museum set-ups go, this is a goodie. Whether it’s stepping aboard the former aircraft carrier USS Intrepid to see more than two dozen authentically restored aircrafts, or checking out the British Airways Concorde, the fastest commercial aircraft to ever cross the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll be fully immersed in the world of US nautical and naval history from the moment you arrive.

Price without a pass: $33

Edge

Edge

Vertigo-inducing views anyone? Edge’s tilted glass walls and glass-bottomed floor might leave you a bit wobbly-legged, but it’s totally worth it for those INSANE views. It’s the Western Hemisphere’s highest sky deck, located on the 100th floor of 30 Hudson Yards, so you're going to feel on top of the world.

Price without a pass: $43.55

SOL

Day 3

Morning

Statue Of Liberty and Ellis Island Ferry

Iconic. Majestic. Inspirational. These are just some of the words that are thrown around when talking about the Statue of Liberty. Yep, she’s pretty special. With your pass, you'll get to ride the ferry for free, see her up close and also visit the fascinating Ellis Island Immigration Museum, where you learn just how New York became the melting pot that is it today.

Price without a pass: $24

One World

Afternoon

One World Observatory

Now the tallest building in New York, One World Observatory offers spectacular (and that is not an exaggeration) 360-degree views of New York and beyond. Plus, with your pass, you’ll even get a discount on a Go City signature cocktail (I know right, WE have a signature cocktail) to cheers to a good trip.

Price without a pass: $44.65

9/11 memorial

9/11 Memorial and Museum

An emotional final stop, but certainly not one to be missed, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum pays tribute to the people affected by the events that took place on September 11. Take a moment to take in the two reflective memorial pools, before heading to the exhibitions which document the day itself as well as the aftermath. End your trip with a little extra appreciation for this resilient city and its locals.

Price without a pass: $28

By visiting these attractions with an All-Inclusive Pass, you'll have saved 41% on your sightseeing. So, what you waiting for? It's time to get planning that NYC adventure now!