Whale Watching Boston Deals

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Are you looking for Whale Watching Discounts in Boston and beyond this summer?

If so, here are some discounts and deals for Whale Watches out of Boston, North Shore, South Shore, and Cape Cod!

The only Whale Watching company out of Boston is the New England Aquarium Whale Watch run by Boston Harbor Cruises. There are many other Whale Watching companies in the area but not in Boston.

Full-price Tickets directly out of the New England Aquarium Whale Watch are $49/for adult, kids 3-11 are $33, kids under 3 are $16, and seniors are $44. There’s a family 4-pk of tickets available for $140 for the 9am and 5pm tours only.

However, Goldstar Boston has discount tickets starting at $26.40 for kids 3-11, $35.20 for seniors and $39.20 for adults for the New England Aquarium Whale Watch. There is a ticket fee of $4-6 per ticket so something to keep in mind.

Discount tickets can be purchased now but are only available for New England Aquarium whale watches from June 25th to September 5, 2016 for weekday tickets for the 9am and 11am tours. (Although, sometimes availability may change so make sure to read the fine print).

If you are visiting Boston, the New England Aquarium Whale Watch is also included in select Go Boston Passs if you are looking for many discounts in one. (You May Also Like: Is The Go Boston Pass Worth It?)

If you’d rather go on a whale watch outside Boston or looking for even more deals, here are some other discount ticket options through daily deal sites:

If you are interested in making a purchase through a daily deal site, make sure to read the terms and conditions of the deal beforehand as their may be certain restrictions that may or may not work for you.

If you are new to Groupon and would like to make a purchase, you can use promo code WELCOME to save $10 on purchases of $25, some exclusions do apply.

If you know of any other discounts to any whale watches in or around Boston, please let me know in the comments below.

Have you been Whale Watching before? Any tips to share?

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