Get the 10th anniversary Tucson Attractions Passport to save on the best things to see and do in Southern Arizonaby Pima County News on Sep. 17, 2012, under Economic Development, Pima County, Southern Arizona, Tourism, Tucson
Whether you’re planning to visit the Tucson area or you’re lucky enough to live here, the just-released 10th Anniversary Tucson Attractions Passport is your money-saving guide to the best things to see and do in Southern Arizona.
For just $18, you get two-for-one admission deals (or a 50 percent discount for individuals) and other discounts at more than 30 attractions including the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Biosphere 2, Pima Air & Space Museum, and Tucson Symphony Orchestra concerts. The Tucson Attractions Passport is truly “The Book of Fun.”
In addition to saving you up to $400, the Passport provides street and website addresses, phone numbers, attraction locator maps and QR codes that take you to more information about each attraction.
It’s a great guide to the places you don’t want to miss if you’re visiting, a great gift for visiting family members and friends, and a great way to make the most of a “staycation.”
The Tucson Attractions Passport is available online at www.TucsonAttractions.com. You can pick one up at La Encantada, Foothills Mall or the Tucson Visitor Center in La Placita Village, 110 S. Church Ave., Ste. 7199. After Oct. 1, it will be available for sale at many area attractions, parks, museums and hotels. See all of these locations online at TucsonAttractions.com. By late October you will be able to download the Passport to your smartphone at http://bit.ly/digitalpassport.
Group/bulk discounts are also available. Please call (520) 404-0049 or email info@TucsonPassport.com.
The 2012-2013 Tucson Attractions Passport expires Sept. 15, 2013. Don’t delay. Get your “Book of Fun” today and get a year’s worth of savings and enjoyment.
The Tucson Attractions Passport is produced by the Southern Arizona Attractions Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to marketing the attractions in Southern Arizona; Pima County; and the Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau.