Discounts for Whale Watching and Harbor Cruises in Boston

Boston Whale Watching and Boston Harbor Cruises

Psst… Are you are looking for discounts and deals for Whale Watching for the Summer of 2016?

Are you looking for some summer fun along Boston Harbor and beyond this year? There’s so many fun things to do on the water in Boston and I wanted to do a roundup of different whale watching options and Boston Harbor cruises with discounts, coupons, and deals.

If you are looking for a formal cruise around Boston Harbor, you may want to look into a Boston Harbor Dinner Cruise. The Spirit of Boston and Odyssey are the two biggest companies and both provide dinner and dancing while cruising around Boston Harbor.

The Spirit of Boston and Odyssey can be expensive; however, there are many discounts available for both cruise lines.

Also keep an eye out at tourist booths and more for discounts to the Spirit of Boston and Odyssey as well as Groupon and LivingSocial for daily deals.

Goldstar Boston also a lot of discounts for cruises and ferries along Boston Harbor and much more. Goldstar has discount tickets for a Boston Harbor Lighthouse Brunch Cruise, Summer Party Cruise, Boston History Cruise, Romantic City Lights as well as discount ferry tickets to Cape Cod aboard the Provincetown Ferry and many more cruise and ferry offers!

If you are visiting Boston, you may want to purchase a discount attraction card like the Go Boston Card to see more attractions at a discount price. The Go Boston Card includes a USS Constitution Cruise, a Charles Riverboat cruise, and ferry to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket if you are interested in getting on the water with the discount attraction card. Also, on select passes, a New England Whale Watch is included in the Go Boston pass— a $51 value for free.

Groupon, LivingSocial and Amazon Local are also great places to check when it comes to discount cruises and whale watching tours during the summer months!

Amazon Local currently has a whale watching tour from Gloucester for $29 for an adult ticket. At the time this was posted, LivingSocial had two whale watch options for $58 per two people with an option out of Plymouth and Gloucester. Groupon usually has the most whale watching options with several at press time from Gloucester, Newburyport, Plymouth and Cape Cod Whale Watch companies with prices and options varying.

Please make sure to read the terms carefully if you do purchase a whale watching excursion from a daily deal company because it may not be the right fit for you.

There are a lot of options to get on the water and enjoy the water in Boston. If you are looking for a fun and budget-friendly day option, I’d recommend taking a ferry to the Boston Harbor Islands on a nice day or just take the “T” on the water!

Do you have any tips to share when saving money on whale watches or Boston Harbor cruises?

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