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Palm Beaches Savings Pass unlocks discounts & discoveries


Here's a list of deals and discounts available to residents and visitors alike and the best part is that you don't have to buy anything up front to take advantage of these savings opportunities.

All you do is visit The Palm Beaches Savings Pass and enter your contact info. It's like a free digital coupon book.

When you get the “Welcome” email and click the link, it takes you to a page with a list of deals and discounts. When you click on “redeem,” you see an e-ticket or instructions; some are one-time use, others say they don't expire for a year.

How it works:

  • Step 1: Sign up to get your FREE passport
    This mobile passport is a collection of curated attractions, retailers, restaurants and more that are offering deals and discounts to redeem during your visit.
  • Step 2: Receive, confirm & choose 
    Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text or your inbox via email and is ready to use immediately. There is no special app you need to download. 
  • Step 3: Redeem & plan your visit
    When visiting a participating business or venue in person, simply present your phone to the attendant or staff member showing your e-ticket or instructions on how to redeem it for selected discounts.

Image courtesy of The Palm Beaches Savings Pass / Busch Wildlife Center

Here is a partial list of deals & discounts:

Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, 2500 Jupiter Park Drive, Jupiter. Call 561-575-3399, visit
Deal: Animal Painting Experience BOGO Canvas
Book a painting enrichment session with panthers or foxes. The experience ranges from 40 minutes to 1 hour. You get a behind-the-scenes session with staff and the animal. You can help target train, pick your own colors, canvas size, and at the end, you can take home a one-of-a-kind art piece.

Image: The Palm Beaches Savings Pass / Cox Science Center & Aquarium

Cox Science Center and Aquarium, 4801 Dreher Trail North, West Palm Beach. Open daily; call 561-832-1988, visit
Deal: $5 Off General Admission
The Center features more than 100 hands-on educational exhibits, a 10,000-gallon fresh and saltwater aquarium, digital planetarium, a pre-K focused “Discovery Center,” 18-hole conservation-themed Mini Golf Course and quarter-mile-long Fisher Family Science Trail.

Jupiter Dive Center, 1001 FL A1A Alt Suite 113, Jupiter. Call 561-745-7807, visit
Deal: Frequent Charter Dive Card
Jupiter Dive Center can introduce you to the best scuba diving in Palm Beach County because of the warm water, pristine reefs, exciting wrecks, and Gary, the resident Atlantic goliath grouper. The 5-star center has two spacious 40-foot dive boats.

Image: The Palm Beaches Savings Pass / Jupiter Dolphin Tours

Palm Beach Jupiter Dolphin Tours, 511 40th St., West Palm Beach. Call 855-346-7400, visit
Deal: 15% Off Regular Tour Fare
Bonafide dolphin scientists and naturalists will interpret wildlife sightings and answer questions, while a licensed captain will maneuver the boat for prime viewing and photo opportunities.

Image courtesy of The Palm Beaches Savings Pass / Shark Wake Park

Shark Wake Park, 1440 Eshleman Trail, in Okeeheelee Park, West Palm Beach. Call 561-323-3937, visit
Deal: $5 Off Obstacle Island or Cable Park Sessions
One of the world’s best cable wake park for people of all ages, with the largest floating obstacle course on the East Coast, two full-size cable wake parks, a Shark Shack and pro shop.

Your savings journey starts here: The Palm Beaches Savings Pass, where you can find even more deals.

For assistance with any of the listed deals or discounts, email:; call or text 888-921-5333.

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Mary Lou Cruz

About Mary Lou Cruz

I worked at the South Florida Sun Sentinel for 21 years, as an Advertising Special Sections Writer; Editorial Systems Editor in Technology; and Editorial Assistant in the Newsroom. Before my newspaper career, I worked in the airline and travel industry and I have lived in Brazil, Puerto Rico and vacationed in more than 25 countries. Originally, I'm from Maryland. I moved to Florida in 1984 and raised my daughter in Miami. Email:

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