When completed, the John Hancock Observatory was the tallest building in the world outside of New York City. Today this Chicago landmark (now known as 360 Chicago) is still one of the tallest man made structures in the world. It stands at over 1,000 above Chicago and from the top you can see as many as four states and as far as 80 miles. The observatory is open year round and if you want to visit, take just a moment to read the tips which are shown below. They should help you to save just a little extra money on your admission. In addition to these money saving tips you should also find a listing of the latest known coupons for 360 Chicago listed below as well for even more savings.
Discounts & 360 Chicago Coupons
- Keep an eye on the daily deal / coupon sites like Groupon where you can sometimes save as much as 50% off certain ticket packages for the 360 Chicago.
- Get the Chicago Entertainment Book which has thousands of dollars worth of coupons and discounts for area attractions and entertainment including coupons for the 360 Chicago.
- Get the Chicago CityPass which saves you 50% on admission to 5 of the very best attractions in Chicago, which includes admission to the 360 Chicago.
- Get the Go Chicago Card which offers you up to 55% in savings for 26 attractions in the Chicago area. This includes admission to the 360 Chicago.
- Check out the Hot Deals section of the John Hancock Observatory website. This includes some great combo deals for admission plus tickets to other Chicago attractions.
- Get the Sky High Pass. This get admission to the 360 Chicago for a year. It pays for itself in less than 5 visits.
- Get the Sun & Stars ticket for 2 admissions good for 48 hours. It’s basically like getting the 2nd admission for 50% less.
- If you are in the military be sure and ask about a military discount. At one point they offered $10 off admission for military service men and women.
- Make sure you ask about the parking discount offered by the 360 Chicago. You get special discounted rates for certain parking locations.