To welcome you to San Francisco for the week, several local businesses have offered YOU, the BPS Annual Meeting attendee, discounts or freebies when you show your meeting badge. Share this list with your friends and make the most of your free time in San Francisco!
First Crush Restaurant Bar & Lounge: Enjoy a glass of wine on the house when you present your conference badge during the conference time period. First Crush offers a “casual upscale” atmosphere in the heart of San Francisco’s Union Square district, featuring the largest all-California wine list in the city.
Naked Chorizo Food Truck: Enjoy 10& off when you show your badge! See where they are located today!
The Chieftain Irish Pub & Restaurant: Enjoy 10% discount on all food and drinks throughout the conference.Click here for coupon or pick one up at the Society Booth.
The Pub at Ghiradelli Square: Enjoy a free appetizer with the purchase of two entrees at the city’s most highly regarded BBQ in an atmosphere that is only found in San Francisco! Just show your badge to receive this offer!
Rocco’s Cafe: Enjoy 20% off all food orders at this Italian-inspired neighborhood favorite, just show your badge to your server!
Aquarium of the Bay: BPS attendees receive 20% off admission online with code bps14. To purchase tickets, click on the Plan A Visit link and then select tickets. Add the desired items to your shopping cart and then enter the promotion code.
California Academy of Sciences: 15% off the general admission rate. Offer valid January 13th – February 28th.Click here for flyer. Visit the greenest museum in the world, home to an aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum, and 4-story rainforest – all under a living roof.
Ripley’s Believe it or Not!: Group rate- Adults: $13.50 (Reg. $18.99) Children: $7.99 (Reg. $10.99). Show your badge!
More deals! – San Francisco CityPASS is a ticket booklet that gives you unlimited cable car rides plus admission to San Francisco’s 5 must-see attractions at 46% off the combined admission price. Save $67.90 per adult and $51.90 per youth, ages 5–11.