New York Sightseeing Pass

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"Everything as it should !!"

4

We bought a 5-day Turbo Pass because of the good price / performance ratio compared to the other NY Passes. NYC's Turbopass partner is called The NY Sightseeing Pass and is also offered online - only more expensive and without a Metrocard. Also because of the German hotline we decided for the Turbo Pass. However, the sent code of Turbopass was wrong or not readable on site! So we had to go to the visitor center of The NY Sightseeing Pass. There, the turbo pass was WITHOUT! Problems turned into a The NY Sightseeing Pass. After that, everything worked as stated. We could visit every attraction without any problems. Little hint: Activate later. The Hop on Bus Tour tickets are valid for 5 days from the date of issue. So even after the end of the pass !! The activation also takes place in the visitor center.

. from Oldenburg in Holstein, 08/2018
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"New is always worth a trip"

4

The pass was worth it for New York in any case and there were very good sights here. However, in the Statue of Liberty you had to wait two hours before, although in the passport, you have preferred inlet, which was really bad

. from Ravensburg , 03/2018
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"Top"

4

Uncomplicated and fast access to almost all sights

. from Frechen / BRD, 02/2018
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"Wonderful New York"

4

Because of a round trip I was also in New York. In NY I was able to see some sights with the NY pass. By far not all, but the Freedom Statue, but also the One World Trade Center was a "must" that day. I also got a ticket for sightseeing (bus tour) with the NY Pass. Well, New York is just packed with cars :-) Therefore, I would not suggest the bus tours to everyone. In addition, I also have a metro map delivered - also via Turbopass. The card I could use without problems! I would recommend the NY Pass to anyone who wants to see some paid sights. I should have paid far more without the pass! Already for Rome I had bought a card about Turbopass, so I was already used to the good service ;-) (schleim :-))

, 10/2017
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"Can be cheap but also very complicated!"

3

The NY Sightseeing Pass worked smoothly almost everywhere. A planned bike ride could not take place because the provider had been closed for a long time. This was not noted on the website. In addition, we had to queue at many major attractions to redeem the pass against a ticket. That was very time consuming and annoying.

. from New York, 01/2019
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"New York"

3

All in all, the Trubo Pass is a great thing. Unfortunately we had our problems at the beginning! The barcode could not be found in the hop-on hop-off. The staff there but new passports issued because I could show the bill. On the negative side, the bike rental in Brooklyn (which is on the list), have not been part of it for a year :( there we were allowed to pay $ 60.00 for our bikes, it would be nice if this list is also up to date That would help a lot?

, 09/2018
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"Good thinking!"

3

Bad to activate. Printout could not be scanned / Information office on Timessqare had to unlock the pass / Some specified attractions were invalid! Worth only on many visits to attractions !! Good to think because at some attractions you have to take a lot of time, so that there is not much to do per day! Queuing with pass a little shortened.

. from Paderborn , 08/2018
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"Not worth it"

3

If you're in New York and want to rush from one attraction to the next, the passport is well worth it, otherwise not.

, 12/2017
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"Had promised me more!"

3

The preferred entrance at the Empire State Building, for example, has not taken place. Accordingly, high time loss due to waiting times. Very sad and annoying.

. from NRW, 07/2017
Reply from Turbopass Thank you for your feedback! We regret that you could not use the passport as desired. In the overview, which we attach to each pass digitally or in print form, we describe in addition to the opening times also the inlet controls of the respective pass contents. According to this information, you will be given preferential access to the Empire State Building by showing the pass at the lobby of the Empire State Building at Gray Line CitySightseeing.
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"New York City Pass 5 Tage"

2

For various tickets it is unfortunately necessary to go to one of the Gray Line City Sightseeing Visitors Centers to pick them up there. In our case, we were in the store in the Empire State Building. Here we received different statements about the validity of the tickets. For the Hop On Hop Off tour we were told that the tickets are only valid for 24 hours. Within the 5 days we wanted to make a second tour with the Hop On Hop Off buses. the staff told us that our ticket on the first day for these tours was valid for 5 days and we are now not issued a new ticket. Even after long discussions, there was no consensual solution for us. Unfortunately, we had discarded the old ticket and had to do without a second tour. On the first day, we were informed that we would receive the tickets for the bootstour to the Freedom Department in the store. The next day we were sent directly to the ferry terminal. So we lost an hour of time unnecessarily. These experiences were very annoying and frustrating for us. On the next visit to New York we would prefer a different pass.

, 10/2017
Reply from Turbopass Thank you for your feedback! We regret the inconvenience on the spot and will immediately optimize the information on the passport. We thank you for the valuable criticism!
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"Impractical"

1

The 4 days in New York were a unique catastrophe with the passport. - Repeat at certain points for the actual tickets - I can only warn you! Nothing of fastline - they are just as long as the normal "entry snake"! Conclusion: rather arrange everything by yourself! The whole city is full of "passport sellers", who spoil the blue from the sky and cash in immediately!

. from Germany, 11/2017
Reply from Turbopass Thank you for your honest review! We regret that you could not use the pass as desired. At individual attractions you will receive a preferred admission upon presentation of the passport. Concrete information on this we give on the information sheet, which is enclosed with all passports. In rare cases, unfortunately, it can also come at the preferred entrance to short waiting times. We are happy to consider your experience in optimizing the product.
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"Turbopass New York for 2 days"

1

We only had bad experiences. Can not recommend the pass on any case. At the Empire State Building we had to queue up. No preferred treatment as indicated. On Sunday we sat in the pouring rain for an hour on the bus, without a driver was found. Then finally the ride began. There was nothing to see through the dark panes. The ventilation in the bus does not work. After an hour we were back to the point where we had boarded. The bus had driven only once by four blocks. Pity for the many money.

. from Bad Nenndorf, 11/2017
Reply from Turbopass Thank you for your feedback! We regret that you could not use the pass as desired and it came to the described inconvenience. Please note that the preferred access to the Empire State Building Observation Deck is detailed on the information sheet that accompanies all passes. At busy times it can also come at the preferred entrance to short waiting times. We are happy to pass on your criticism of our local partner for optimization.
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"Basis for more stress"

1

The idea is very good and I was quickly willing to invest several hundred euros to have a relaxing stay. Unfortunately, they told me, the partner suburb is not willing to realize a smooth vacation. In the museums and cultural hot spots you have to solve overpriced additional tickets in order to benefit from the upgrades. The company Greyline with the bus is without Wifi and with quite negligent clocking on the road. We had the first day with Top View Tours for $ 29 for two days more frequency and significantly cheaper rate. So if New York, then suburb organize what.

. from Aachen, 10/2017
Reply from Turbopass Thanks for your review! We regret that you were not fully satisfied with the New York Sightseeing Pass. Since this is a comparatively new product, some points are certainly worth improving as far as on-site training is concerned. Therefore, we will gladly take your tips for optimizing the product.