When considering a vacation or city break, it can be challenging to plan ahead for the attractions travellers may wish to visit.
Boston-based Smart Technologies' Go Select travel pass seeks to make the process of planning visits to attractions easier, and more cost effective. By selecting attractions and paying for admission tickets ahead of time, the Go Select product acts as a single ticket that allows visitors to simplify the task of paying for admission to museums and attractions. Customers identify which places of interest they wish to see, pay a set price depending on the number of trips and days, and have one year to request a refund if customers fail to visit all the attractions on their list, according to a press release.
Cecilia Dahl, president and founder of Smart Destinations, said that her product has "taken an entire city and made it like a theme park experience," according to The Associated Press.
Smart Destinations has expanded the number of cities in which Go Select passes are available to include Seattle, Orlando and Blue Ridge, North Carolina. The passes are available in 14 other cities across the U.S.