If you go
A look at some of the joint marketing by tourist attractions:
OmniTicket Connect Pass: A one-day or multiple-day pass similar to a credit card that contains a bar code that can be scanned at participating locations. It provides savings on ticket prices, hotels and restaurants and a brochure with tourist information such as maps, attraction hours and telephone numbers.
Go Card: A credit card-style card that offers flat, fixed price and unlimited access to up to 60 attractions per day. It can be bought in packages valid from one to seven days and provides discounts on dining and shopping. Cardholders also receive a guidebook.
CityPass: A booklet containing tickets to up to six top attractions. It is valid for a period ranging from nine consecutive days to a year, depending on the city, and offers one-time admission. Tickets include information on hours of operation, dining choices, transportation and tips on when to visit attractions.
ON THE NET
Go Card: www.smartdestinations.com
Travel Industry Association of America: www.tia.org
Sources: OmniTicket Network, Smart Destinations, CityPass