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Travelers can now sign in and save on activities and ground transportation in over 1,600 destinations.

BELLEVUE, WASH. – announced the ability for travelers to access additional savings with Member Pricing on Things to Do. Currently, signing up to receive promotional email or becoming an member will unlock Member Pricing on over 70,000 hotels. Now, travelers looking to add memorable moments to their itineraries can save an extra 10 percent or more on nearly 10,000 activities worldwide.  

  • From Broadway shows to Vietnamese cooking classes – travelers can now save as much as 30 percent on the top activities, tours, and attractions in over 1,600 destinations:
  • Isla Mujeres Catamaran Trip in Cancun (Members now save 30%)
  • Skip-the-Line Versailles & Gardens Tour from Paris (Members now save over 10%)
  • Charlie & the Chocolate Factory on Broadway (Members now save over 5%)
  • Haruru Falls Maori War Canoe Experience in New Zealand (Members now save 10%)
  • Vietnamese Cooking Class Session with Market Tour in Vietnam (Members now save 10%)
  • Off-Road Runners in Los Cabos (Members now save over 10%)

In addition to activities, several ground transportation options like private cars and shuttles are now available under Member Pricing for travelers to book.

"Expedia has a unique advantage in the activity marketplace with more than 25,000 in-destination activities to choose from," said Jen O'Twomney, vice president of Expedia Local Expert. "We encourage travelers to access exclusive deals on excursions, theme park tickets, airport transfers and more by signing up to receive promotional email or becoming an member."

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