I may be a bit biased, I’ll admit, but my adopted hometown of Boston is a hard city to beat for culture, history, art, food, and sightseeing spots. I’m not just here to tout the glory of my city (though I could write a novel on the subject): the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism is currently offering Mass99, a $99 package promotion. If you’re planning a trip to Beantown before September 30, you can get a slew of different packages around the city for $99. This can mean a savings of up to 20 percent on the everyday prices. This deal is worth considering if you’re traveling with a family or a few friends, but wouldn’t really appy to the solo or travelers or couples.
Some $99 sample packages include:
- Boston Chocolate Tours: Tickets for two adult and two children. Regularly priced at $148.
- Charlie’s Charters/Fishing & Sightseeing, Gloucester: Half-day fishing trip for four anglers. Twenty Percent savings.
- Boston Duck Tours: Tickets for two adults and two kids for Sunday through Thursday tours. Plus, you get four free duck lips. Regularly priced at $119 (without online booking fees).
- The Medieval Manor Theatre Restaurant: Five tickets for Sunday through Thursday admissions. Regularly priced at $150.
This is only a few of the many available packages. Be sure to compare the special offer against the regular prices to make sure you’re getting the most for your money.
What’s your favorite thing o do in Beantown? Please share your tips in the comment section below!
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