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| Thursday, Nov 9, 2017

Santa Clarita-based member discount program 25Score has just expanded its reach from Santa Clarita/Southern California to the entire United States.

The 25Score.com website will now offer their members discounted e-tickets up to 50 percent off to major-league sports games, expanded list of theme parks, concerts, live theater, family attractions and much more from coast to coast and everywhere in between.

Current and new 25Score card-holders can now get discounted e-tickets to NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NCAA games — any team, anywhere in the country.

Using their 25Score card, music fans can now score e-tickets to concerts by their favorite artists from Ariana Grande to the Zac Brown Band at venues nationwide, and save up to 50 percent on attractions, theme parks and ski resorts from Alaska to Florida, Maine to California.

The 25Score discounts now also extends to hotels and car rentals. Members can book a hotel room anywhere, and save up to 25 percent on a rental car with all the major agencies, including Hertz, Avis, National and more.

Members who’ve been saving on print-at-home e-tickets to Regal Cinemas and Edwards Theatres in the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys can now also purchase discounted e-tickets for movies at all the major U.S. theater chains in cities across the country — including Regal, Edwards Theatres, AMC Theaters, B&B Theaters, Bowtie Cinema, Cinemark Theatres, Emagine Entertainment, Harkins Theaters, Malco Theatres, Marcus Theatres, Showcase Cinemas and Wehrenberg Theatres.

Instant Access to e-Tickets Nationwide
25Score cardholders who already save at retail locations in the SCV and the AV now have instant access to all the new offerings. just by clicking or tapping on “Member Benefits” at the 25Score.com website as they did before.

New members get instant full access when they purchase their $25 annual membership at 25Score.com. If a new member buys a 25Score card at a local fundraiser, the member must register the card number at 25Score.com to take advantage of all the available discounts.

“This is one of the most exciting enhancements to 25Score’s e-ticket discount program since we started it in 1989,” said Ed Bernstein, 25Score co-owner with his wife Marlene Bernstein.

“We’ve had national discount programs for a while with Office Max and Office Depot, and Pharmacy nationwide for the last couple of years,” he said.

“But by expanding our reach nationwide to offer discounted e-tickets for sports, entertainment and other attractions at the most desirable venues, you can now get more discounts using your 25Score card than ever before, increasing the value of the card.”

25Score is Staycation and Vacation-Ready
“If you’re taking a staycation close to home, you can enjoy the discounts on our California attractions and theme parks, as 25Score members already do, except now there are many more options, and much more flexibility when you travel outside of Southern California,” Marlene Bernstein said.

“Now, when you go on vacation outside Southern California or out of state, you can use your 25Score card to purchase discount eTickets online and book discount travel reservations,” she said.

How it works:
Members access the offerings by visiting www.25Score.com and clicking on “Member Benefits.” Use the pull down and Click on the big, bright red box for Members Only eTickets Special Offers. There, members see the expanded list of special offers on everything from aquariums to zoos, including movies, sports, concerts, theater, theme parks, water parks, ski resorts, cruises, city tours, sightseeing, museums and more.

By using the search field, members can search for discounted e-tickets by team, artist, event or venue.

On the top-level navigation menu, there are links to six categories — sports, concerts, attractions and theme parks, hotels, rental cars, movie theaters, and family and theater.

“You can choose your event, date, location, quantity of tickets that you want,” she said. “There are different discount levels for different sections, obviously. It works pretty much like any other ticketing site with specific seating you can buy, but with an extra percentage off for being a 25Score Member.”

Consumers can also download the 25Score mobile app on their phone.

Because 25Score is a membership discount program involving merchants and consumers, the more participating merchants and the more members, the better the deals. By adding thousands more merchants, 25Score’s reach and offerings to its members, loyal and new alike, have expanded exponentially.

“The 25Score card in your wallet has just gone up in value,” Ed Bernstein said. “We’re now involved with some of the largest user groups buying tickets. Our pricing and the ease of buying the tickets from us makes a 25Score membership the best value of its kind.”

For more information, contact either Marlene Bernstein at (818) 590-3449 or marlene@25Score.com or Ed Bernstein at (818) 437-4619.

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