By AT Staff | July 27, 2012
Buena Park, Calif. — Expanding upon an existing partnership with California’s popular Knott’s Berry Farm, Smart Destinations announced that Knott’s Soak City would be available through both of their budget-friendly options in Los Angeles.
“We’ve had a great relationship with Knott’s Berry Farm and it’s been consistently popular with our customers,” said Cecilia Dahl, Founder and President of Smart Destinations. “That’s why we’re so pleased to be able to include their sister water park with our products. Families can visit both parks for the total theme park experience.”
Customers with the Go LA card or the Go Select pass can now add Knott’s Soak City to their family-friendly itinerary this summer. This famous local 13-acre waterpark has many unique and classic components, including everything from the favorite tube slides to a separate section for young children. With Smart Destinations, customers can visit this unbeatable park at a discounted rate.
Millions of travelers have used Smart Destinations passes to visit more than 425 attractions in top destinations in the United States. In Los Angeles, Smart Destinations customers get a substantial discount on admission rates for all the best LA tourist attractions with two convenient and easy to use money-saving options. Go Los Angeles cards can be purchased for 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7 days, during which time customers get free admission into all of Smart Destinations’ popular local attraction partners. Customers have two weeks to use the days on their pass, during the hours of 9:00 am – 5:30 pm. The Go Select option is a fully customizable product that allows customers to design a pass tailored to their interests. With discounting beginning at two attractions and improving with each addition, this 30 day pass is perfect for the travelers who know exactly what they want out of a vacation. Go Select is now even available as a mobile app, the only app in the world that lets travelers use any smartphone as an all-in-one savings and admissions pass. Both passes are good for year from the date of purchase, which makes it even easier to plan ahead for future vacations.
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