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Contest Time Again! Win two free Houston CityPASSES for nothing


Houston isn’t Dallas, but that’s a pretty good reason to go visit the Third Coast city. Here’s another: a pair of FREE CityPASSES.

We’re giving two passes away, absolutely free.

The Houston CityPASS will get you into Houston’s five must-see attractions for free. So when you’re done talking turkey with your crazy sister-in-law’s family, you can sneak off to:

  1. Space Center Houston
  2. Downtown Aquarium
  3. Houston Museum of Natural Science
  4. Houston Zoo OR The Health Museum
  5. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston OR The Children’s Museum of Houston

The CityPASS booklets are valid for nine consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use.

Want to win? In the comment section below, tell us why you think Houston is a nice place to visit but you wouldn’t want to live there.

That’s it. But do it by 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 8. I’ll pick a random winner after the contest closes and notify the winner by the email, so leave a real address. (We promise never to stalk, spam or sell you out.)

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