Thursday, April 11, 2013

Save on Popular New England Attractions with Breathe New Hampshire's, The Fun Pass 2013 (Review and Flash Giveaway)

  Closed.  Congrats Betty S.!!!!

Breathe New Hampshire's Fun Pass 2012 on Sale

 The Children's Coupon Book with the Best Value in New England 

For just $32, you will receive incredible discounts at amusement parks, ski mountains, zoos, museums, and more. You will be getting discounts worth over $1,500 at over 100 New England family attractions!

In most cases, the discount coupon offers a child, 12 and under, a free or discounted admission when accompanied by a paying adult. Offers vary by attraction. View a list of all the 2013 participating attractions and the discounts they offer here. 
  • Important: When using your Fun Pass, take the entire book with you on each outing.  You must tear the coupon from the book at the attraction in order to receive the discount.

"When you purchase a Fun Pass, you are supporting Breathe New Hampshire’s mission to promote lung health throughout our state. We provide free lung screenings and asthma and tobacco use prevention education, and also support lung health advocacy and research. We are committed to helping New Hampshire residents breathe better and live longer."
Read the most frequently asked questions about the Fun Pass here.  
More questions?  Email [email protected] or phone (603) 669-2411 or (800) 835-8647.
With school almost out, many families have begun planning their summer vacations.  Do you plan on going anywhere special?  We were hoping to make it to PA to Sesame Place and Hershey, or head up north to NH and VT to take in some fun family attractions.  My family has a summer home on Lake Winnipesaukee, which is about a 3 1/2 hr. drive from our house.  We make a point to do a couple mini-vacations here during the summer months.  Last year, we took Savannah to Storyland for her 2nd birthday, and spent afternoons playing in the pool or at the local playground at Gunstock Mountain. But, even though we didn't travel far, we needed to make sure we watched what we spent when it came to taking in family attractions, as they can get expensive and eat away at your vacation fund quickly.

But, thanks to The Fun Pass, put out each year from Breathe New Hampshire, not only we able to save money with Buy 1 Get 1 Free, or discounted admission to many popular attractions, but

This year's 2013 The Fun Pass book, has over $1,500 in discounts to family favorite New England children's attractions, and only costs $  How can you not pick up this book?  You will find yourself paying for it after visiting a few family attractions in MA, NH, VT and ME. Last year, we ended up using The Fun Pass to take in attractions in both NH and MA and saved over $400.  We tried attractions we have never been to, while learning about a handful of ones we noted to take in this year now that the girls are older.  

I am so happy that I stumbled across The Fun Pass from Breathe New Hampshire last year, and will definitely be ordering a book going forward each year, to help save money when it comes to enjoying day trips and mini vacations throughout the New England area.  If you live in New England, or are planning a summer trip here, make sure you pick up The Fun Pass 2013, to save $$$ on some of the best children's attractions.  At $32, you can't go wrong! :-)

--Flash Giveaway--

One lucky reader will win The Fun Pass 2013, thanks to the folks at Breath New Hampshire.  Just drop me an email and let me know your plans for this summer.  Any New England attractions you like going to with your family?  The first person to email me will win this coupon book.

Disclosure: I was sent The Fun Pass 2013 coupon book from the folks at Breathe New Hampshire, in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

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