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Flying Start to 2020 as Pass Sales Roar!

Flying Start to 2020 as Pass Sales Soar!

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It’s been a great start to the year for our destination passes with sales for January at an all time high! The passes have been selling well across the board with the numbers of sales of the Shakespeare’s England Explorer Pass steadily increasing month-on-month, and both the York City Pass and York & Beyond Explorer Pass selling in good numbers. The Edinburgh City Pass has had a phenomenal start to 2020 with its best monthly sales to date.

All our pass partners have worked hard to get their products out in front of a wider audience utilising our connections with big names like TripAdvisor as well as fine-tuning their marketing activities – and the hard work appears to be paying off!

This is very encouraging for Open Pass and the new destination passes that will be launching with us over the coming months.

If you would like to find out more about working with us as a pass organiser or if you are interested in becoming a trade partner and pass re-seller please give us a call on 01865 364537 or email [email protected] and our friendly team will talk you through the options.

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The Explorer Pass is Growing

The Explorer Pass is Growing

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We’re delighted to announce that the Explorer Pass now includes 18 attractions. Shakespeare Distillery have joined the Explorer Pass and their distillery tour has become the 18th attraction included with the pass, and is now available to pass holders for free. This new addition makes the Explorer Pass even better value as well as broadening the range of attractions included.

The Shakespeare Distillery is an independent artisan spirit producer based in Stratford-upon-Avon. Established in 2015, everything they produce is in small handcrafted batches, ensuring the best tasting spirits around!

At Shakespeare Distillery they are inspired by the Tudor period – the era in which Shakespeare lived. Thanks to Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries, the Tudor period became a time of great discovery, experimentation and innovation within the world of spirit production as people soon discovered that it could be a very nice recreational drink too – not just a medicine! They aim to recapture this period of innovation by fusing traditional and, in some cases, forgotten ingredients with modern techniques to create exciting new spirits.

They offer a range of ways to get involved and learn about their craft from Gin School to Cocktail Masterclasses as well as their distillery tours. The tours run on Wednesdays through to Sundays and are a fun way to learn about how gin is made and, of course, try some too in a tutored tasting session!

We very pleased to have Shakespeare Distillery onboard with the Explorer Pass and are looking forward to working with them. You can find out more about the distillery tours here and the Explorer Pass here.