Is the New Orleans Tourist Pass Worth It?

Is the New Orleans Tourist Pass Worth It?


If you’re visiting New Orleans, you may be
interested in the various New Orleans attraction discount passes. This video will provide some tips on choosing
the best one for you. There is no reason to pay full price admission
at the cities top sites, which can really start to add up! Tourist discount passes can save you money
on admission and tickets for swamp tours, plantation tours, riverboat cruises, and attractions
such as the WWII Museum, Mardi Gras World and the zoo and much more. Everyone’s tastes are a little different,
so not all packages are right for all people. Luckily, there are quite a few options. We go into more detail on each of the following
options on our blog post. There is a link in the description below. Before you look into tourist passes, Decide
on what you want to see and have time to do or visit first before choosing which pass
you would like. In other words, don’t let a tourist discount
pass decide for you where to go. Option 1: All Inclusive Pass An all-inclusive pass allows you to enjoy
as many attractions, tours, and experiences as you can within a set number of days for
one set price (think of an all-you-can-eat buffet). These are the most expensive type, but you
could potentially save the most amount of money. There are two companies offering passes, the
New Orleans Sightseeing Pass and the New Orleans Power Pass. If you intend to see a lot of sights around
the city, this will make it pretty easy to get around town without needing to pay admission
at every single location you visit. Passes are available for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days. One thing to consider is transportation. The Power Pass is good for admission only,
but many of the attractions listed are outside of the city. The New Orleans Sightseeing Pass does offer
free use of a hop on hop off bus tour, but that will only get you around downtown. Be sure to check out the places included in
each of the pass options before making your choice, as the list of attractions do vary
between the Power Pass and the New Orleans Sightseeing Pass. If you want to see as much as you can and
you can fit a lot of the attractions the pass offers into your itinerary, it might add up
for you. Option 2: Build Your Own Pass This a la carte option will allow you to pick
and choose only the attractions you want to visit. The advantage of these passes is that you
aren’t paying for any additional services that you don’t intend to use. If the included attractions are places you
plan to visit anyway, this could easily be a great deal. Many of the activities included with the New
Orleans Sightseeing Flex Pass are between $25-$30 per person on average, so if you choose
to see at least a few of them, you’ll probably end up saving quite a bit of money. As with their all-inclusive pass, this option
also includes a hop-on, hop-off bus tour. The bus tour is a great addition, because
it will provide stops at several notable locations throughout the city – including a few places
where you can enjoy walking tours and admission to historic sites that also come with the
pass. Option 3: SWAMP/RIVERBOAT/PLANTATION COMBOS A combo package will come with a set number
of attractions and services. These combo deals typically offer fewer options. These packages are great for visitors who
already have a good idea of what they want to do while in New Orleans. You can find a variety of options that let
you take a cemetery tour, Swamp tour and/or a plantation tour at discounted rates if you
purchase the tours together with a combo plan. Lastly, don’t forget our walking tours are
budget friendly with or without a sightseeing pass. Leave comments or questions below! And if you want more tips on New Orleans and
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