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San Francisco go card

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San Francisco go card

Have read a little re this card and it sounds fantastic.

$300 for a 3 day pass for a family of 5, 3 Adults and 2 Kids.

Includes access to Golden Gate cruises, Alcatraz just to name a few.

Anyone know whether this card is above board and is accepted without hassle at the various providers?

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1. Re: San Francisco go card

No first hand experience with these cards, but they have been around for quite a while. One drawback is that they do NOT include a MUNI pass which allows unlimited rides on buses, streetcars, and cable cars. You get one one way ride, a $5/person value. Also, it appears that the Alcatraz portion is only good until Feb 29. If you do purchase within this time frame, be sure to reserve tickets. They sellout daily, usually in advance.

Other alternatives are MUNI Passports for transport ($18/person for 3 days)

http://www.sfmta.com/cms/mfares/passports.htm

Or CityPass, which features 6 attractions, plus a MUNI Passport

www.citypass.com/city/sanfrancisco.html…

Otherwise, you shouldn't have a problem with them. Remember that you can only take advantage of a certain number of attractions in a given time. Leave time to savor the experience. Often, less is more.

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