Codzilla Discounts in Boston

Are you looking for discount tickets to ride Codzilla in Boston?

The 40-minute wet ride is Boston’s first and only high-speed thrill boat ride and goes approximately 40 miles an hour on the ocean! This is an unqiue sightseeing tour that combines the Boston sites with fun on the water– and be prepared to get wet!

Regular-priced tickets are $29 for adults 12-64, $27 for adults 65+, and $25 for children 3-11. Children under 3 are free but you need to call 877-733-9425 to order tickets as they are based on availability for the youngest ones.

However, I do have some discount tickets to share with you— and I rarely see Codzilla discounts, so I’m excited to share!

Goldstar Boston just released discount tickets for Codzilla for weekday tickets available from May to September 18, 2016. Discount ticket prices range from $17.50 to $23.20 (+ ticket fees) depending on the age and dates. Tickets are only available Monday-Friday and exclude Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day.

Groupon also has a daily deal for Codzilla for select dates this summer. Discount tickets range from $21 to $27.20 depending on the age and dates. However, it appears that Groupon is receiving their discount tickets from Goldstar, so unless you have a promo code or Groupon bucks that can be applied, I’d probably just buy through Goldstar and skip an extra seller.

Viator also sells tickets for Codzilla for $31.50 but new users can receive special offers like 10% off your first purchase {a pop-up box should hopefully pop up for you with a deal!} or get a $10 free credit for new users when you sign up through a referral link.

Codzilla departs from Long Wharf in Boston which is next to the New England Aquarium and Codzilla is operated by Boston Harbor Cruises.

For more information or for more terms & conditions for the Codzilla discount tickets through Goldstar Boston, please head here.

Codzilla sounds like a fun activity if your are visiting Boston or looking for something unique to do on a hot day!

Have you ridden Codzilla yet?

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