Senior? Student? What difference does that make?
If any of your party are seniors or full-time students it makes comparing passes even more difficult. For example, some attractions give discounts for students and others don’t; at some you are a senior from age 60, at others it isn’t until you are 65. All of this makes calculating any savings yourself very difficult and time consuming.
How do I know that your recommendation is the right one?
Short of working it out for yourself you will need to take our word for it. We check all attractions and passes at least weekly to make sure that the information we are using is up to date.
Do you recommend a particular pass? No, the calculation is entirely based on the people in your party, the length of time you are staying and the attractions that you will be visiting. In some cases it works out cheaper just to buy individual tickets, and if that’s the case we will tell you.
Is this website independent? Absolutely and completely. I started it after finding it virtually impossible to work out which pass was best when I was planning a trip to New York. I later expanded it to London and Paris after it proved so popular. It earns a small commission if someone goes on to buy some of the recommended passes, but this in no way influences the recommendation.
I’ve noticed a problem, how do I get it corrected? Please drop us a message using the contact form and we’ll look into it.
There’s an attraction that I’d like to visit but it isn’t included. Can you add it? Absolutely, just tell us the attraction name and its website address via the contact form and we’ll do our best to add it.