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Bank of America Free Museums 2015
Bank of America’s Museums on Us program has been around for awhile. On select days of the year, you can flash your Bank of America credit or debit card and receive free admission to select museums.
I have used the program several times before including this past summer when my son and I visited the Seattle Art Museum. Tickets for the Seattle Art Museum are steep at $19.50, but thanks to Bank of America, I didn’t have to pay anything!
How it Works
Each Bank of America or Merrill Lynch cardholder, including authorized users is granted 1 free museum admission. In my experience, all you have to do is show them the card & your id. Very simple.
Dates & Museum Locations
Museums on Us runs the first Saturday and Sunday of every month. (Dates shown above.) You can visit as many participating museums as you wish during the promotional dates.
There are well over 100 participating museums spread across the United States. You can search by state on their website or view a PDF with every museum listed.
Offer valid the first full weekend (Sat. & Sun.) of the month. Photo ID and any valid Bank of America or Merrill Lynch credit or debit card must be presented. One free general admission limited to cardholder at participating institution. Excludes fundraising events, special exhibitions and ticketed shows. Not to be combined with other offers.
While “Museums on Us” is no reason to go out and get a Bank of America credit card, if you have one then this is a great way to get to see a local museum or visit a museum while on the road.
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