Last Updated on January 20, 2016 by LM Tourism
Dublin Pass Discount: until the 26th of September 2017 you can get a 10% discount by using the promo code: AUT17. It is valid on Dublin Passes bought online of 3 and 6 days durations and must be used during purchase by September 26, 2017. The pass can then be used within 12 months.
On 1 and 2-day Dublin Passes there is a -6% DISCOUNT Voucher Code: AUT17. It works until September the 26th, 2017 and the pass has then to be used within 12 months too.
Even if already you are in Dublin you can still use these discounts rather than paying for the full price. You just need to buy the pass online, then to print the code emailed to you, which you can bring to the collection desk in Dublin to collect the Pass.
The Dublin Pass is the sightseeing pass for Dublin, with free entrance to the main 33 tourist attractions of the city (sights, monuments, museums) plus free airport transfer, and queues skipping with the fast track entry into all of the attractions included.
It is sold for durations of 1, 2, 3 and 6 days and comes with a 90 pages guidebook of all Dublin attractions included.
In this page we evaluate the main aspects of the Dublin sightseeing pass: prices, when it's worth it, the attractions included, where to buy it and discounts.
Dublin Pass PRICE:
There is a 100% Money Back Guarantee which is offered for free and valid on non-used passes.
The Dublin Pass doesn’t cover public transport but most of the attractions are close to each other in the city centre within a walking distance, so that’s usually not an issue.
The 2 most visited attractions included in the Dublin Pass are the Guinnes Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery, which by themselves cost respectively € 18 and € 15 for a total of € 33.
If we add the value of the 3rd most used feature, which is the free airport transfer that costs € 7, we have already reached € 40, that is more than the cost of the 1 day Dublin Pass.
In addition to these 3 features the pass includes 30 more, plus a fast track entry. So unless you don’t want to visit the Guinnes Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery, the Dublin pass is worth the money.
These are the 10 most visited attractions included in the pass, with links to their official websites and reviews:
The Dublin Pass does not include the visit to the Book of Kells Exhibition within the Old Library of Trinity College Dublin, which costs € 9.
You can buy the Dublin Pass online or in Dublin, both at the airport and in the City Centre.
However, discounts apply only to online sales so it’s usually better to buy the pass online with discount, even if you are already in Dublin, and then collect the pass at one of the redemption Desks either in the City Centre or at the airport.
If you want to be able to plan your visits in advance with the guidebook you can also get the pass and the guidebook delivered to your home in advance.
You can buy the pass in advance because it can be activated and used up to 12 months after purchase.