Pleasant Holidays to Offer Sales for 2013 Rose Parade Packages

 

2013 Tournament of RosesPleasant Holidays opened sales on packages for the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade with optional enhancements for post-parade float viewing and end zone seating at the 2013 Rose Bowl Football Game, which takes place on Jan. 1, 2013 in Pasadena, CA.

Pleasant Holidays is offering both Basic and Deluxe Rose Parade packages featuring three nights' hotel accommodation with arrival Dec. 30, 2012 and departure Jan. 2, 2013. A full American breakfast New Year's Day, reserved seating at the 124th Rose Parade with box lunch, refreshments and motor coach transportation is also available.

In addition, the Deluxe Rose Parade Package includes a welcome reception orientation with dinner and visits to a float pavilion, Los Angeles' original farmers market and Universal Studios Hollywood. Both packages offer an opportunity to experience the pageantry of the floral floats, marching bands and equestrian units.

Per person, land-only pricing for the Basic Rose Parade Package is $625 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport and $819 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel. The Deluxe package is available for $925 at the Hilton and $1,135 at the Sheraton.

Following the Tournament of Roses Parade, the 99th Rose Bowl Game will feature two top college football teams. The optional Rose Bowl End Zone Game Ticket package is available for $610 per person and includes game ticket, transfers and a souvenir game program.

Travel agents may book 2013 Rose Bowl Packages onine at www.PleasantAgent.com/roses or by calling 1-866-871-2634. For Group reservations, call 1-800-542-9244.

 

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