Friday, March 2, 2012
$20 Family Sightseeing Cruise for Four in DC (53% Off)
Certifikid has a great deal on Potomac River cruises from Capital River Cruises. This deal gets you two adult and two kids cruise tickets for only $20. That’s a savings of $22! And if you’ve got a couple more adults, teenagers or kids in tow the day of the cruise, they'll get a great rate too! Capitol River Cruises is offering all CertifiKid purchasers a special discounted rate of $10 for each additional adult (ages 13+) and $5 for each additional child (ages 3-12). (Children under 3 are free.)
Cruises begin on Saturday, March 24th and run through October 14th. No reservations necessary.
Go HERE to purchase your tickets from Certifikid.
Information & Restrictions
Location: Capitol River Cruises leave from: Washington Harbor, Georgetown at 31st & K street, N.W. (End of 31st on the water). Click HERE for a location map.
Purchase of this Certificate entitles you to 2 Adult (ages 13+) and 2 Child (ages 3-12) tickets on a Capitol River Cruise.
If you have more than 2 adults and 2 children in your party, Capitol River Cruises will extend a special discounted rate of $10 for each additional adult (ages 13+) and $5 for each additional child (ages 3-12), payable directly to Capitol River Cruises at the time of boarding.
Children under 3 are free.
Starting Saturday, March 24th there will be daily departures every hour on the hour. (Cruises board at 15 minutes before the hour.)
Peak Flowering of the Cherry Blossoms is between March 24th - April 8th, but you have until the end of the season (October 14, 2012) to use this Certificate.
Opening and closing times vary according to the season. Please call 301.460.7447 for daily departure times.
Cruises run 45 minutes. No reservations needed. All you have to do is show up ... and the boat will be waiting!
Have friends or family coming to visit this spring, summer or fall? Snag a couple Certificates and treat the whole gang to a cruise around our Nation's Capitol.
Expiration: October 14, 2012.
Posted by Brooke at 3:29 PM