Company offers smart solution to sightseeing in six cities

BOSTON -- Smart Destinations, the creator of a smart card concept of multi-attraction passes for cities, is rolling out products for four more cities.

Go Cards will roll out for Seattle May 1, Chicago May 20, Orlando May 31 and San Diego June 10.

The company began in 2003 with its Go Boston Card, which provides admissions or discounts to 60 attractions in and around the city. It followed with the Go San Francisco Card in 2004, which now has 32 attractions participating and will be adding an additional 15 on April 1.

The cards come with a guidebook with maps and destination information, and a listing of which attractions participate in the program and how. For example, some attractions give card holders full admission; for others, it qualifies the holder for discounts or special deals.

Cards are available in one-, two, three-, five- or seven-day versions for the various cards. Prices range from $39 to $139, depending on the length and the city.

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