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Monday, November 22, 2010

New Hollywood Attraction Cards!

Planning a visit to the Hollywood area? Use these new attraction cards to get theme park admission and full VIP access to the backlots to see how movies are made.
If only wanting to visit a few you can customize your pass.

You can save a good bit compared to buying individual admission tickets. One card also includes admission to the San Diego Zoo (highly recommend!).
We have long been a partner with Smart Destinations (formerly named Go Cards) for the quality Attraction cards they have available. When ordering through Southpoint, get exclusive free shipping (enter the coupon code southpointfreeship)!

Check out these new Hollywood Entertainment Cards:
All Access Hollywood Theme Park Cards
All Access Hollywood Studio Pass
With this card you get full access to Universal Studios (the park plus the backlot studio tour), Warner Bros VIP Studio Tour, Sony Pictures Studio Tour, Paramount Pictures Studio Tour,
AND the Kodak Theatre Guided Tour!

Social Theme Park Hopper
The Socal Theme Park Hopper includes admission to Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, LEGOLAND California
AND Six Flags Magic Mountain!

Social Theme Park Hopper+San Diego Zoo
The Socal Theme Park Hopper (including San Diego Zoo) includes admission to Universal Studios Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, LEGOLAND California, Six Flags Magic Mountain
AND San Diego Zoo!

When ordering, get our exclusive discount! When checking out be sure to enter the coupon code southpointfreeship and receive FREE standard shipping!
(If picking up your packet directly from the destination instead of being shipped, enter the coupon code southpoint instead when ordering to receive a 5 percent discount!)

These cards also make great gifts for birthdays or the holidays. View all Smart Destination Attraction Cards available. Note, this page will be updated this week to reflect new cards and linkages.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Creative Travel Ad Airport Style

Rental car companies have done it for so many years so why not hotels? The next time you go through the airport you may see a hotel desk where you can make reservations, while checking email, or catching up on the news. This method is now being tested at the Denver International Airport by the Denver area Courtyard by Marriott hotels with a mockup of their new lobbies.
Courtyard by Marriott at Denver Airport
Seen other creative advertising used by hotels, b&bs, or resorts? Let us know.

Posted by Carl Burnham at 12:20 AM
Edited on: Friday, November 12, 2010 8:16 PM
Categories: Travel News