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With the Bank of America Museums on US program, you can get into museums, aquariums, zoos and more for free!
I’ll explain how you can get your free entry into 150 museums around the US.
How to Visit Museums for Free With Bank of America
On July 4th and 5th, 2015, you can get free admission to museums and other cultural centers in the US, with your Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) credit or debit card.
To get free entrance, show your photo ID at the door along with a Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) card such as:
- Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature
- Bank of America Virgin Atlantic
- Bank Americard Cash Rewards
This is a nice way to save on a family activity during your next vacation. For example, if you have plans to travel to New York City on the 1st weekend of the month, you can visit the Children’s Museum of Manhattan for free!
And be sure to check out my guide on how to get Big Travel with Small Money in activities in New York City.
Here’s what you need to know about this deal:
- Free admission is for the 1st Saturday & Sunday each month
- This offer is good at over 150 participating museums within the US
- 1 free admission per cardholder
This weekend and the 1st full weekend of each month, you can get into participating museums for free with your Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) debit card or credit card.
Only the cardholder can use this perk. So if you’re traveling with family or friends, they will need their own Bank of America card to get in for free.
We hope you have a safe and fun 4th of July weekend!
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