Go San Diego Card

Buy one now!
Save $20 on orders over $400: Use Code GOSAVE20

Take advantage of the coupon code before it expires on September 30th. You can use your Go Card anytime up to a year from now. These coupon codes work for online orders only. Works for any Go Card but not Build Your Own (Go Select). Use the codes above. NOTE: Smart Destinations sometimes expires coupon codes without warning so don’t wait to purchase.


45 Tourist Attractions and Tours

You will never go to all of them but you should go to enough to save some real money.

Save up to 55% off regular admission

At least that is what Smart Destinations says you can save. In practice, I think you will save closer to 25%. A little more if you get a discount on your cards.

Skip the Line at 4 Tourist Attractions

This is a small bonus. Outside of peak season, there are only lines to get into the USS midway.
All Included Attractions where you can skip the line:
USS Midway
Natural History Museum
San Diego Auto Museum
Hollywood Behind the Scenes Tour

HOT TIP: Technically, you don’t skip the line at LEGOLAND but if the line is long at the ticket booths, walk past them. To the right of the turnstiles is the Guest Services window. If it has a short line, this is the place to bring your Go San Diego Card.

Save more with Coupon Codes

Save $20 off $400 any Go San Diego Card (not build your own) with code  GOSAVE20

Use the cards anytime up to a year from now but purchase before September 30th to use the coupon code.

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Free Guidebook

It won’t replace your Frommers guide but it has good info on the included tours and attractions. You’ll need it for specific instructions on how to skip the line or make a Go Card reservation.

Instant Delivery

Smart Destinations now has an option to get your card as a pdf file so you can keep it on your cell phone and show it at the gate. The best prices are on the internet. If you want to get the best price but you are already in San Diego, this is a great option.


Skip this line at the Midway Museum. This picture was taken in the off season (February).