Senior Citizens Can Get A Lifetime National Parks Pass For Just $10—Act Fast Before The Price Goes Up!

You read that right—$10 gets you into all the parks for the rest of your life.

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From Yellowstone to Joshua Tree to the Grand Canyon, our National Parks are more than just beautiful tourist attractions, they are one of the most important treasures we can hand down to future generations.

For a limited time, senior citizens can get a lifetime National Parks pass for just $10—hurry, because the price is about to go up.

If you’re a U.S. citizen or permanent resident aged 62 or older, this pass gets you free admission into 2,000 federal recreation sites, including all of the National Parks, for life. That’s right—for life!

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Though they’re beautiful, National Parks require a lot of money for upkeep, repairs and other costs. Right now, the park system needs about $12 billion worth of repairs.

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In order to help defray these costs, major changes are afoot. Late last year the National Park Service Centennial Act was signed into law to help the park system address the maintenance backlog, among other things.

Soon, a lifetime senior citizen pass will cost you $80. Officials have not yet announced the date of the price increase, but they say it will be sometime this year. It’s a good idea to act quickly so you can grab this stellar deal while it lasts.

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