How To Get A Discounted America The Beautiful Pass

Do you love exploring the outdoors? Planning to hit a few National Parks in the next year? You should look into the America the Beautiful Pass. At only $80 for the annual pass, it will end up saving you money if you plan to visit at least 3 or 4 parks in the next year.

To earn 6% cash back on the pass, follow these simple steps:

  1. Sign up for SwagBucks
  2. Once you have a SwagBucks account, head here to buy an REI gift card. You can either buy the $75 or the $100 option depending on if you have any other purchases you want to make at REI.
  3. The cash back will be credited to your SwagBucks account – you can use your SB to purchase gift cards for a variety of stores like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Home Depot, etc.
  4. You can either use the gift card to purchase the America the Beautiful Pass at, or you can print off the gift card and go purchase the pass in store.

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Want to make the most of your pass? Here are the entrance fees for some of the most popular parks – I did a happy dance when my ATB pass arrived earlier this month, knowing I wouldn’t have to pay any of these entrance fees.

  • Rocky Mountain – $25
  • Zion – $35
  • Yellowstone – $35
  • Acadia – $30
  • Grand Canyon – $35
  • Yosemite – $35
  • Arches – $30
  • Badlands – $30
  • Death Valley – $30
  • Sequoia & Kings Canyon – $35
  • Grand Teton – $25
  • Bryce Canyon – $35
  • Olympic – $30
  • Joshua Tree – $30
  • Black Canyon of the Gunnison – $30
  • Great Smoky Mountains – FREE
  • Cuyahoga Valley – FREE
  • New River Gorge – FREE
  • Hot Springs – FREE

Be sure not to miss the fee free days at National Parks as another great way to save money.

What parks are on your bucket list? You can follow my National Parks bucket list here!

Thanks for reading!


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