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Gliding past tourists idly rotting away in those incrediblyslow ticket lines, you approach the entrance with your CityPassbooklet in hand. The ticket taker is deeply impressed as he tearsaway your pre-purchased pass and leads you to the popularattraction that will define the significance of your vacationdestination. How does such privilege occur? You're no moviestar, right? With CityPass ticket booklets, of course. Thanks tothis revolutionary visitor program, regular folk can have passes inhand for the hottest attractions at about half the price anddon't have to wait in line feeling like a big dork.

CityPass caters to citieslike San Francisco, New York, Chicago and Boston, and prices varyby city, but believe us, you do save a bundle. A mere $32 to seethe Empire State Building, MOMA, the top of the World Trade Centerand more? That's a deal. See www.citypass.net for moreinfo.

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