The 2012 Fun Pass Is Out! Save On New England Attractions!

EVENTS | | March 18, 2012 at 8:29 pm

It felt like Spring today. It really did! As much as I am struggling with a yucky ear infection it was good to see good weather today. Sure, we did not really have a winter in the true sense of the word but it was still chilly and, well, unpredictable. Today I could almost smell all the wonderful plans for sunny weather. The Fun Pass has discounts to theme parks, attractions and more in and around New England. You and I both know a trip to just one of these can set you back quite a bit and that is not even including food or parking. Last year I was impressed with them and am happy to talk about them again. I know this is around the time when you start thinking of ways to spend the summer.

In most cases, the discount coupon offers a child, 12 and under, a free or discounted admission when accompanied by a paying adult. Offers vary by attraction. So easily you could redeem the value of the cost of the booklet by just one visit to say Storyland. Fabulous and famous New England family attractions like Story Land, York’s Wild Kingdom, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, the Boston Duck Tours, Canobie Lake Park, Davis Farmland, Water Country  and more – you can see the complete list here. Just remember to take your entire coupon booklet each time.

Savings are wonderful but about doing some good in the world too? The sale of this helps Breathe New Hampshire and here is what they are all about:

We are a statewide organization (formerly the American Lung Assoc. of NH) that focuses on matters that affect our breathing.  Revenue from Fun Pass sales helps fund our many programs, advocacy efforts, and public information campaigns. We focus on keeping NH youth tobacco free; programs for childcare providers to understand how to take care of an asthmatic child in their care; free COPD screenings around the state; and so on.

Fabulous right? Now I personally think this is such a worth it gift for your family or another. If you want to purchase it now for a wonderful price of $30, here are the deets.

Disclosure: I received the Fun Pass books to review!

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1 Comment

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    DorthyDunco says:

    I don’t care about this, now i’m making average $5000 a month.
    There is tricky way i found on the web. If you want to learn it too, simply type in google: Kjolarkarr’s guide

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