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Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines Visitor Pass


Spend an action packed day in Auckland with a
Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines Visitor Pass.

The Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines Visitor Pass is a NRL Nines themed and branded AT HOP card that comes pre-loaded with an array of discounts to Auckland's hottest tourist attractions, as well as a 24-hour unlimited* day pass for travel on public transport throughout Auckland!

If you are hosting friends and family for the Nines, a NRL Auckland Nines Visitor Pass is the perfect way to show them the best our wonderful city has to offer!

Participating attractions include:

• MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology)
• New Zealand Maritime Museum
• Rainbow’s End
• Auckland Zoo
• Sky Tower
• Explore NZ
• Kelly Tarlton’s SEA LIFE Aquarium
• Auckland Adventure Duck
• Auckland Adventure Jet

*Discounts and offers are valid from 26 January 2015 – 8 February 2015.
A full list of discounts and Terms and Conditions is available on the AT website.

You can buy a NRL Auckland Nines Visitor Pass through Ticketekuntil 11pm on the 14th January 2015 or from the Nines Fan Zone in Aotea Square on Friday 30 January 2015.
Visit Ticketek for more information.

Get to Eden Park for the Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines on 31 Jan and 1 Feb:
The use of the NRL Auckland Nines Visitor Pass is separate to the special event transport services running to/from Eden Park. Travel on trains and special event buses on 31 January and 1 Februaryis included free-of-charge with your Nines match ticket.
Visit AT.govt.nz/events to view your transport options for the Nines.

Tickets to the Nines are selling fast so if you haven't already got yours, to ensure you get the category you desire, book today through Ticketek!

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