AAA has just reported that a record 41.9 million Americans will travel this Fourth of July. Whether these individuals are heading to the top tourism destinations like New York, Florida, California, etc. or welcoming visitors into one of these destinations, there is no doubt that sightseeing at popular attractions will be on their agenda.
If you want to help your audience make the most out of their July 4th travel plans — particularly when they are faced with seasonal increases in gas as well as moderately higher lodging rates and airfares according to AAA — you can tell them how to save on the cost of attraction access.
The Go City Card is available for nine destinations across the U.S. and consumers can save as much as 55% versus buying their attraction tickets individually at the gate. And when you consider that July 4th travel usually means families with kids or groups of friends, this can mean significant travel savings in pricier destinations like Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Oahu, Orlando, San Diego, and San Francisco.