Free Museum Admission for Bank of America, Merrill Lynch & U.S. Trust Customers (June 1st & 2nd)

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Looking for affordable activities for the summer?

On June 1st and 2nd only, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch customers can score FREE admission to over 225 participating museum locations nationwide!

This is the perfect opportunity to check out a new museum you have been wanting to see! You just need to present your active Bank of America, Merrill Lynch or U.S. Trust credit or debit card along with your photo ID to grab one free general admission ticket to any participating institution. To check out the participating museums, go here, then click on the ‘Museums on Us’ tab at the top.

This deal is for Cardholders only. Guests are not eligible for free admission. This deal excludes special exhibitions, ticketed shows, and fundraising events.

(Thanks, Money Saving Mom!)

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  1. Denise

    Thank you

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Denise!

  2. Moneysaver

    This is for whole family or just the person who hold the card.?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi there! It appears this is for the Cardholder only.

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