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New Upcountry Insiders Pass offers deals and discounts at many Upstate venues

In the Upstate, we’re never short on things to do – at any time of the year. And while the coronavirus pandemic has slowed travel and tourism in many parts of the country, Upstate residents are rediscovering the area’s pristine waterfalls, crystal-clear lakes, scenic mountain vistas and myriad outdoor activities.

Now, you can enjoy discounts on a lot of what the Upstate has to offer with the Upcountry Insiders Pass from Upcountry SC.

This mobile exclusive passport is a collection of more than 40 curated attractions, retailers, restaurants and more that are offering prizes and discounts to redeem during your visit. Signing up for the pass is free.

“The Upcountry Insider Pass program will help us to bring more visitors to our members and partners, said Tim Todd, Executive Director of Discover Upcountry Carolina Association. “It will also allow us to keep in communication with the folks who sign up for the pass so that we can invite them to come back to the area again and again.”

Here’s how it works:

Step 1 – Get Your Pass

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Go to upcountrysc.com/insiderpass and click Get Your Pass. You’ll be asked complete a short form that includes your name, email, mobile phone and zip code.

Step 2 – Receive Text

Once you submit the form, your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email, and is ready to use immediately. There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.

Step 3 – Redeem

When visiting a participating business, simply present your phone to the attendant or staff member to redeem available discounts.

Here is a partial list of participating venues and some that Livin’ Upstate has visited :

Belton Area Museum Association, Belton

Greenville Downtown Airport Park, Greenville

Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve, Spartanburg

Jocassee Lake Tours, Salem

Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum and Baseball Library, Greenville

The Red Horse Inn, Landrum

Upcountry History Museum, Greenville

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