365Tickets partners with San Francisco’s 7D experience The Flyer

365Tickets USA, global online ticketing provider, has announced a new partnership with The Flyer – San Francisco. The 7D experience features motion seats, in-theatre special effects and live action, computer-generated images.

Visitors to San Francisco can enjoy an exciting flight simulation on The Flyer, experiencing a close-up perspective of well-known landmarks such as the famous Golden Gate Bridge, as well as Chinatown, Lombard Street and the Coit Tower. They can also feel like they are flying through the Redwood National Forest. 356Tickets makes the ticketing process for the attraction simple and easy.

A new way of seeing the city

The Flyer – San Francisco is suitable for people of all ages, and is a perfect way to see the city for first-time visitors. Even locals can enjoy seeing their city from a new perspective. Dino Cappello, president of 365Tickets USA commented, “We have always thought it was a good idea to get a feel for the overall city on a first-time visit and this is one of the most exciting ways we’ve seen to get acquainted with a new destination. It is great for all ages making it a perfect complement to the existing catalogue of experiences we offer at 365Tickets.”

There are many options on offer at The Flyer. Thrill seekers can take part in The Dark Ride, an interactive dark ride challenge where visitors blast a range of enemies with lasers, including zombies, werewolves and evil robots. This virtual rollercoaster makes use of 3D video, special effects, motion seats and play guns for a completely immersive experience.

For those wanting to test their agility and speed, the Lazer Maze challenge is a fun experience. Visitors make their way through a network of crisscrossing laser beams, challenging their reactions and skill. It can be done as part of a team or solo. For more of a challenge, Beam Buster gives visitors the task of trying to break as many laser beams as they can, within a time limit.

365Tickets USA currently offers tickets to over 2,000 attractions such as Knott’s Berry Farm and the new-look Empire State Building Observatory.