Free Access to US Museums, Zoos, Aquariums, & More This Weekend With Your Bank of America Card!

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Interested in exploring a new museum this weekend?

If you’re a Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) debit or credit cardholder, you can get free entry into more than 150 museums and other cultural centers on the 1st full weekend of each month.

Free Access To US Museums Zoos Aquariums More This Weekend With Your Bank Of America Card

There Are Over 150 Participating Locations, Including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Where You Can See the Famous Urban Light Exhibit for Free This Weekend With Your Bank of America Card

I’ll explain how you can get free admission to places like the Liberty Science Center in New Jersey and the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Georgia.

How to Get Free Admission This Weekend

Link:   Bank of America’s “Museums on Us”

Link:   List of Participating Museums

With the Museums on Us program, you can get into participating museums and cultural centers for free with Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) debit or credit cards like:

You just need to show your credit card at the door along with a photo ID.

Free entry only works for the primary cardholder.  So if you’re visiting with friends or family, they’ll need to bring their card or pay full price.

This is a great deal for folks who are traveling this weekend and looking for ways to save on entertainment.

If you’re in New York, you could stop by The Metropolitan Museum of Art.  Or if you’re in Washington DC, you can visit the Newseum.

Adult weekend admission can cost ~$25 at certain museums, so using your Bank of America card is a great deal!

Find out if there’s a participating location near you!

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2 responses to “Free Access to US Museums, Zoos, Aquariums, & More This Weekend With Your Bank of America Card!

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  2. Be aware that some of these “free” museum admissions are worth much less than you might think. Many museums have multiple entry packages – $X for basic entry + $10 for the omni-theater + $15 for “special” exhibits, etc. The BoA program only covers the basic entry. For instance, at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium, the heavily promoted Total Experience Pass that lets you see the whole museum is $40. The BoA card only covers the $8 General Admission portion of the ticket. If you want to see the dolphins, penguins, or any of the special shows you’ll need to pony up another $32. It’s better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick, but I saw some disappointed families at the Shedd admission desk emptying their pockets to come up with enough cash for the kids to see the dolphins. On the other hand, basic admission at the Art Institute was a full $25 value, covering everything except the special traveling exhibit. So research your museum beforehand or be prepared for some disappointment.

    Incidentally, you don’t actually have to be the PRIMARY cardholder to get in. You just have to have a BoA card with your name on it. You can be an Authorized User as long as you have your own card. Some museums don’t bother to check the name on the card at all. I got a friend into a small local museum using my husband’s card. But the big Chicago museums did ask for ID and checked it against the name printed on the card.

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