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CityPASS - Discount card for top Boston attractions
Classic Harbor Lines - Fun and informative Boston Harbor cruises
Expedia - Excellent selection of travel packages and accommodations, often at discount prices
Get Your Guide - Tours to interesting places with top-notch guides and transportation
Goldstar Events - Get a free "membership" to access half-price deals on entertainment, sports, local cruises
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Priceline - Excellent selection of travel packages and accommodations, often at discount prices
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