The GetOutPass is a membership program that provides discounts and free admission to various entertainment venues and attractions such as amusement parks, museums, zoos, and water parks. It’s a great way to save money on fun activities for yourself and your family.

Using the Get Out Pass is so easy!  First, sign up for your pass online here.  Make sure to use my discount code:  HARRISONS (code currently only available for Idaho, Northern California and Southern California passes) to get up to 75% off of your yearly pass.  Here’s an insiders hint:  my code will ALWAYS be cheaper then the websites sale price…’re welcome! 

After you are all signed up and paid your one time yearly fee, download the Get Out Pass app onto your phone and sign into your newly created account.  

Now, all you have left to do is browse the participating attractions available in your area and choose which one you want to visit!

Some of the latest additions include adventure parks, escape rooms, trampoline parks, arcade centers, and sports facilities. The GetOutPass is constantly expanding its offerings to provide members with even more options for fun and entertainment. To keep up with the latest developments and new attractions, you can visit the GetOutPass website or follow them on social media. Alternatively, if you have a specific attraction in mind, you can check the list of venues included in the GetOutPass to see if it has been added recently. Don’t forget that with the GetOutPass, you can enjoy free or discounted admission to these attractions as often as you like, making it a great value for anyone looking to have fun and save money at the same time!

*Make sure to read the fine print of each venue before attempting to redeem your pass.  Some attractions have specific days that they can be used and others can only be used a certain number of times throughout the year.

Jessica Harrison is an affiliate with Get Out Pass to. help bring the local families some more fun and adventures. This article contains affiliate codes.  I will be compensated from purchase