Ride the Ducks of Seattle is actually a different company than the Ride the Ducks attraction. The idea is the same though. This duck boat tour gives you a guided tour of the waterfront, downtown Seattle shopping district, Pike Place Market and historic Pioneer Square. Then the tour splashes into Lake Union for the amphibious part of the Seattle tour. The tour guides provide a lot of historical information on the city of Seattle as well as a lot of laughs. Before you purchase your tickets though, here are some tips that could really save you some money on your tour tickets. In addition to that you will find the latest known coupons (not often discounted) for Ride the Ducks of Seattle tours.
Discounts & Ride the Ducks of Seattle Coupons
- Purchase your tickets for a Ride the Ducks of Seattle tour online and you will save $0.50 per ticket. This also works for gift certificate purchases.
- If you are in the military, show your military ID and save $2 on your ticket for Ride the Ducks of Seattle.
- Pick up a copy of the Seattle Premier Attractions Coupon Book. This can be found throughout Seattle and usually always has coupons inside for a Ride the Ducks of Seattle tour.
- Keep an eye on Amazon Local for Seattle where you can sometimes save as much as 50% off your tickets for Ride the Ducks.
Seattle Vacation Packages
Check with local hotels in Seattle. Many of them offer discounted tickets or free tickets with your stay. The Cedarbrook Lodge, Sheraton, and Marriott are hotels that are known to offer these Ride the Ducks of Seattle vacation packages. There’s also Clipper Vacations which offers nice deals on Seattle Vacation packages that includes tickets for Ride the Ducks of Seattle.
Tours run continuously each day and last about 90 minutes. Group discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. A discount of $3/$2. Parking is available at the 5th Avenue & Broad Street and Westlake Center which are both flat rate and hourly. There is some public spaces but they are hard to find any available. The best thing to do is to take the Seattle Monorail which is not only cheaper but also saves you the hassle of parking.