The Paris Pass is a prepaid tourist attraction pass for the city of Paris, which provides free admission to sixty Paris attractions and museums, free travel on the Paris Metro, central Paris buses and RER services, free unlimited use of the Les Cars Rouge, hop on, hop off bus tour buses, river cruises and a 120 page Paris guidebook.
The Paris Pass benefits users by saving them money on gate prices and tours and frees them from having to wait in long queues.
The Paris Pass is provided by the Leisure Pass Group, the world's leading operator of multi attraction tourist passes, who also provide city passes for several other European and U.S cities.
The Leisure Pass Group's corporate headquarters are based at 58 - 60 Berners Street, London W1T 3 BB, United Kingdom.
Paris Pass is part of the Leisure Pass Group, a multi attraction, city pass provider, which was formed in 2001, although the company have been trading since 1998 under the corporate banner of Arrival Marketing.
The company's first multi attraction city pass, the London Pass, was launched in 1999 and the Paris Pass was introduced in 2005.
The leisurepassgroup, was sold by it's original parent company, Livingstone Partners, to the Primary Capital Group in 2012.
Both customer feedback and professional reviews for the Paris Pass can be found on a multitude of online travel sites, most of which have been found to be very positive both for pricing and customer service.
Listed below is a small selection of links which provide sites containing both professional and customer reviews.
Price of Travel - www.priceoftravel.com/the-paris-pass
Viator - www.viator.com/tours/Paris-Pass
Trip Advisor - www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ParisPass
Trust Pilot - www.trustpilot.co.uk/www.paris-pass.com
The Trust Pilot Customer reviews can also be found on the homepage of the Paris Pass website.
parispass have been selling multi attraction, city passes for over a decade. The company has gained a valued customer base during it's ten year history as well as a superb business profile, which has enabled the company to work with several high ranking, Parisienne tourism bodies.
The company is a registered company in England and Wales, listed as company number 347724.
The www.parispass.com website is available in Englsh, German and Spanish.
The Paris Pass website has a Google Pagerank of four out of ten - 4/10.
The website data collection company, Alexa, ranks the Paris Pass website # 232,544 globally and # 172,415 in the United States. For more data information, please visit - www.alexa.com/parispass.
Website traffic analysis site, Compete, estimate that the Paris Pass website receives around 14,704 visitors every month. For more website traffic information, please visit - siteanalytics.compete.com/parispass.
The parispass has a small online, social media presence, with pages on both Facebook and Twitter.
Paris Pass has 8,171 Likes on Facebook. You can find their Facebook page by visiting - www.facebook.com/Parispass
Paris Pass has 29 followers on Twitter. You can find their Twitter page by visiting - twitter.com/Paris_Pass
The www.parispass.com website advertises McAfee Security along with Sage Pay and Security Metrics Credit Card Safe systems for use with it's online, credit card transactions.
Google safe browsing does not seem to list the Paris Pass website, but nowhere online has it been suggested that the website harbours any malicious spyware or infections that could compromise user safety.
For information regarding the site's customer privacy policies, please visit - www.parispass.com/privacy.
The parispass is sold on a per day, per person basis, with a two day minimum, and is available in three price structures -
The Child Pass, for ages between 4 and 11 years. Child Pass prices start at 34.00 Euros for a two day pass.
The Teen Pass, for ages between 12 and 17 years.Teen Pass prices start at 61.00 Euros for a two day pass.
The Adult Pass, for 18 years and over. Adult Pass prices start at 105.00 Euros for a two day pass.
For more pricing structures, please visit - www.parispass.com/prices.
The Paris Pass also offers customers an insurance option. For more details please visit - www.parispass.com/insurance.
For more information about the Paris Pass, online terms and conditions, please visit - www.parispass.com/terms-and-conditions.
The parispass can be mailed direct to your home address, the company advise you not to have the pass sent to a third party, at various costs dependent upon where in the world you live.
U.K standard delivery costs 2.95 Euros and is delivered between 3 - 5 working days.
Worlwide standard delivery costs 7.95 Euros with delivery taking upto 12 working days.
U.K express delivery costs 6.05 Euros and takes just two days.
Worldwide express delivery costs 35.00 Euros and takes just three days.
The Paris Pass can also be picked up in person from the company's Paris office, for a two Euro charge, situated at the Cultival Agency, 42,Rue des Jeuneurs, 75002, Paris.The office is open from Monday to Friday between the hours of 09.30 - 18.30 and between the hours of 09.30 - 12.00 on Saturdays.
The office is closed on Sundays and public holidays on the dates of the 1st of January, 9th of April, 1st, 8th, 17th & 28th of May, 14th of July, 15th of August, 1st of November and the 25th of December.
For more details about the Paris Pass, terms and conditions, please visit - www.parispass.com/terms-and-conditions.
All online payments made through the www.parispass.com website are protected by Sage Pay and Security Metrics Credit Card Safe security systems.
Paris Pass accepts payments from any valid JCB International, MasterCard or Visa credit cards and are sold with a 100% money back guarantee.
Paris Passes can only be used by the signatory of the card. The card, along with other cards which make up the Paris Pass package, must be signed on the first day of use.
The parispass is sold with a 100% money back guarantee.
The Paris Pass is valid for twelve months from the date of purchase and does not come into play until the first day of use by the customer. The first time the card is used is considered as the start of day one and the pass will then expire at the end of the specified amount of calendar days.
The Paris Pass is non refunable and non exchangeable nor are replacements offered in the case of lost or stolen cards.
If purchased with insurance, unused Paris Pass cards will receive a full refund.
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