Smart Destinations was recently granted a third patent on its exclusive programmable ticketing platform, expanding the Company’s technology leadership position within the travel industry.
September 16, 2014
Smart Destinations, a leading provider of technology-enabled attraction passes in North America, has recently been granted a third patent broadening the scope of protection around its industry-leading attraction ticketing platform. This patent covers additional functionality and delivery options that will improve the services and capabilities of the Company’s Go Card, Explorer Pass and Go Select products. Following the recent launch of its mobile ticketing delivery option in all of its nine domestic markets, the Company continues to explore creative ways to make visiting attractions more convenient and cost-effective for travelers.
“This patent further establishes Smart Destinations as an innovator, at the forefront of the attraction pass industry,” says Ted Stimpson, CEO of Smart Destinations. “I am particularly excited about the breadth of the claims granted in this patent. It will have significant implications on corporate strategy and product development here at Smart Destinations.
The United States Patent Office has granted the Company patent number 8,775,303 B2 which covers the new technology.
About Smart Destinations
Smart Destinations helps travelers enjoy more activities in their destinations for less. With both mobile and physical multi-attraction passes, visitors enjoy flexible purchase options, savings of up to 55% off regular admission prices, and the convenience of skipping the line at most popular attractions. Available online and at walk-up retail outlets, Smart Destinations passes, including Go City Cards, Explorer Passes and Go Select Passes, provide admission to more than 400 attractions across nine U.S. destinations, including New York, Orlando, Oahu, San Diego, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and Boston. For more information visit: www.smartdestinations.com.