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If you have a Bank of America credit or debit card, you can get into select museums, zoos, and cultural centers around the US for free this weekend from Bank of America’s Museum on Us program.
This deal is good on the 1st full weekend each month.
What’s Bank of America’s Museums on Us?
With Bank of America’s Museums on Us program, you can get free admission to 150+ science centers, art museums, and zoos in the US.
To get in for free, show a valid photo ID along with a Bank of America debit or credit card such as the Bank of America Travel Rewards card which currently has an increased sign-up bonus of 20,000 points ($200 in travel) when you spend $1,000 on purchases within the 1st 90 days.
And other Bank of America card like:
- Bank of America Alaska Airlines Visa Signature
- Bank of America Virgin Atlantic
- Bank Americard Cash Rewards
Your card will get you free entry on the 1st full weekend of each month.
Note: You only get 1 free admission per cardholder. So if you bring family or friends, they’ll need to have their own Bank of America card or pay the full entry fee.
You can also visit places like the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Long Island Children’s Museum, and the Birch Aquarium at Scripps in San Diego.
This is a great way to save on entertainment and learn about local history and culture, if you’re traveling domestically this weekend!
Don’t Have a Bank of America Card?
There are still ways you can get free admission to local museums, such as:
- NYCID Card – Pick-up and NYCID card if you’re a New York resident and 14 or older, for discounts and free entry to local cultural centers.
- Smithsonian Museums – Free everyday
This weekend, when you show a Photo ID and your Bank of America (or Merrill Lynch) credit or debit card at participating museums, you can get in for free!
You can get this deal on the 1st full weekend of each month. Keep in mind, this perk is only good for the cardholder.
Which museum will you visit this weekend?