With this, you can achieve the following prices for adults:
- 1 day: US$134.90 (~€137.54) instead of US$142 (~€145)
- 2 days: US$179.55 (~€183.06) instead of US$189 (~€193)
- 3 days: US$208.05 (~€212.12) instead of US$219 (~€223)
- 4 days: US$236.55 (~€241.18) instead of US$249 (~€254)
- 5 days: US$265.05 (~€270.23) instead of US$279 (~€284)
- 7 days: US$303.05 (~€308.98) instead of US$319 (~€325)
- 10 days: US$331.55 (~€338.03) instead of US$349 (~€356)
With the New York Pass, you get free entry to over 100 attractions, e.g. the Observation Deck of the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty with Ellis Island.
The pass is particularly worthwhile for the following sights:
- Empire State Building: otherwise US$42 (~€43) Main Deck 86th Floor
- Top of the Rock: otherwise US$40 (~€41)
- One World Observatory: otherwise US$38 (~€39)
- 9/11 Memorial & Museum: otherwise US$28 (~€29)
- Big Bus New York Hop-on/Hop-off: otherwise US$60 (~€61) for 1 day
- Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island: otherwise US$24 (~€24)
Nevertheless, you should consider whether it is worth it for you. Those who only visit a few museums are better served with a normal ticket for the classic attractions.
While The New York Pass is by far the best known, there are good alternatives. The alternatives are particularly interesting if you only want to do 1-2 attractions per day:
New York CityPass/C3
With the New York CityPass, you can visit five main attractions in New York for US$129 (~€132) and save money if you wanted to visit at least 3 to 4 of the attractions anyway. In contrast to the New York Pass, you basically have nine days for the five attractions.
The following attractions are available:
- Empire State Building
- American Museum of Natural History + one temporary exhibit
- Guggenheim Museum or Top of the Rock
- Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island or Circle Line Cruises
- Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum or 9/11-Memorial and Museum
Alternatively, the same provider also offers the New York C3 for US$87 (~€89): You can simply choose three attractions from the attractions of the CityPass + MoMA, The Edge & Hornblower. This pass is also valid for nine days.
New York Explorer Pass
With the New York Explorer Pass from Go City, you can buy access to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 10 out of a total of 95 attractions and have 90 days from activation to redeem them.
Here are the prices:
- 2 attractions US$69 (~€70)
- 3 attractions US$94 (~€96)
- 4 attractions US$129 (~€132)
- 5 attractions US$147 (~€150)
- 6 attractions US$169 (~€172)
- 7 attractions US$189 (~€193)
- 10 attractions US$224 (~€228)
Among the 95 attractions are the usual suspects and, in contrast to the New York CityPass, also e.g. the One World Observatory.
New York City Sightseeing Pass
Just like the New York Explorer Flex Pass, you can purchase entry to 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, or 12 from over 100 attractions and visit the attractions for 60 days from activation.
Here are the prices for adults / children:
- 2 attractions US$74 (~€75)
- 3 attractions US$104 (~€106)
- 4 attractions US$139 (~€142)
- 5 attractions US$159 (~€162)
- 6 attractions US$179 (~€183)
- 7 attractions US$199 (~€203)
- 10 attractions US$254 (~€259)
- 12 attractions US$284 (~€290)
You pay a little more for the 100+ attractions than with the Explorer Pass, but there are also some exclusive sights that are not included in the other passes.
Redeem Promo Code
You can enter a promo code in the first step: Review your order. To do this, click on Have a promo code? under the total price and the promo code field opens:
With a click on Apply, the code is checked and deducted from the total price:
Valid for Two Years after Purchase
After purchase, you have two years to activate the New York Pass. You do not have to commit yourself to a fixed date when purchasing (the travel date is requested, but is not binding).
Cheap Hotels and Accommodations in New York
Hotel prices in New York usually start at roughly €130, depending on the hotel category. Whichever category and hotel you opt for, make sure to get the best price! Our recommendation is to search on booking.com, or even on our own Travel-Dealz hotel search:
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