New York, N.Y. (November 12, 2013) — City Pass, the company that packages deeply discounted admission to the top attractions in major North American destinations, has an extra treat for holiday travelers. The annual Winter Special dramatically lengthens each CityPASS® ticket booklet’s traditional nine-day validity period.

Beginning Dec. 15, 2013, visitors purchasing or activating previously purchased CityPASS ticket booklets for New York City, Boston, Houston, Philadelphia or Seattle will have up to 75 days (until Feb. 28, 2014) to redeem the included attraction tickets (one use per individual ticket). Typically, once the first admission ticket in a booklet is redeemed, CityPASS holders have nine days in which to use the remaining attraction tickets. Winter Special, however, waives the nine-day rule, extending the usage period considerably.

In addition to having more time to enjoy leading attractions, travelers with CityPASS ticket booklets will continue to save up to 50 percent off the cost of purchasing the included attraction tickets separately. CityPASS ticket booklets also save time, allowing users to bypass most main-entrance ticket lines.

While visitors have always found CityPASS ticket booklets to be a great deal, the expanded Winter Special usage period also makes the pass attractive to locals who may be hosting friends or family members over the holidays — not to mention looking for ways to entertain the kids over winter break. The Winter Special concept encourages sightseers, both out-of-towners and regional visitors alike, to take their time and explore a city at a leisurely pace.

The cities participating in the 2013 CityPASS Winter Special program include:

Boston CityPASS
Cost: $51 adult | $36 child (3-11)                        Savings: 48 percent              
Included Attractions: New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; and either the Harvard Museum of Natural History or RevolutionaryBoston at the Old State House.

Houston CityPASS
Cost: $46 adult | $36 child (3-11)                        Savings: 46 percent
Included Attractions: Space Center Houston (NASA), Downtown Aquarium, Houston Museum of Natural Science, a choice between the Houston Zoo or a Kemah Boardwalk All-Day Ride Pass, and a choice between the Children’s Museum of Houston or the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

New York CityPASS
Cost: $106 adult | $79 youth (6-17)                     Savings: 40 percent
Included Attractions: Empire State Building Observatory, American Museum of Natural History, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), a choice between Top of the Rock observation deck or Guggenheim Museum, and either the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island or a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise.

Philadelphia CityPASS
Cost: $59 adult | $39 child (2-12)                        Savings: 44 percent
Included Attractions: The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia Trolley Works and Big Bus Company, Adventure Aquarium, a choice between the Philadelphia Zoo or the National Constitution Center, and a choice between Eastern State Penitentiary or Please Touch Museum.

Seattle CityPASS
Cost: $74 adult | $49 child (4-12)                        Savings: 43 percent
Included Attractions: Space Needle (day/night ticket), Seattle Aquarium, Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour, Pacific Science Center, EMP Museum, and either the Woodland Park Zoo or The Museum of Flight.

For more than 15 years, CityPASS ticket booklets have been a premier product for travelers who want to visit a destination’s top attractions while enjoying significant savings of up to 50 percent. CityPASS ticket booklets, which have a 95 percent customer recommendation rating, are available for New York City, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California and Toronto. For more information, visit