Costa Rica News – Costa Rica After Dark is a complete marketing platform for nightlife in Costa Rica that aims to promote local establishments, businesses and firms to attract both local and international tourists who are looking for fun and entertainment. For all of you that have heard of City Pass in the USA; it mimics that concept in various parts of Costa Rica. Their ultimate goal is to help people make an informed decision to get their money’s worth and uplift tourism in Costa Rica.
To make this possible, the site provides information on the hottest spots to visit, great restaurants to eat at, affordable and leisure hotels where you can stay at and different activities you can take part in in the areas of San Jose, Jaco, Tamarindo, and will be adding Arenal, Manuel Antonio area, and Puntarenas. Over 100 businesses have already joined the program and it continues to grow. At each business the tourist or client gets some sort of discount or offer.
Included is the program are tour companies, surf lessons, fishing, theater, hotels, restaurants, bars, discos, dentists, yoga studios, and many other establishments that are part of the entertainment and service industry in Costa Rica. If you are a local living in Costa Rica or a Tourist coming to visit for a few weeks the VIP card that Costa Rica After Dark offers can save you money almost everywhere you go for only $20.
Now you may ask, “What makes Costa Rica After Dark different from other marketing sites?”
For one, they are not doing it for money! Costa Rica After Dark provides marketing services to companies or businesses at a relatively low price of $25 for six months. Also, all the businesses featured on the site have their own landing page with information on what they do or the services they offer, who they are, where they are located and all other important information about the business.
To make things better for business owners, Costa Rica After Dark does marketing videos, internet and direct marketing, SEO services, personal website services and other business development and marketing services. Costa Rica After Dark also distributes fliers to local Spanish language schools, hotels, and tour companies.
As proof of their superior marketing strategy, Costa Rica After Dark also has a Live Broadcast Channel, enabling people to see what is really happening and give them a taste of what they should expect at the nightlife spots mentioned on the site.
As an added incentive, Costa Rica After Dark sells $20 VIP cards. Costa Ricans and tourists alike may get cards that can be used in numerous establishments in San Jose, Tamarindo, and Jaco; The nest ones that will be added are Arenal, Manuel Antonio area, and Puntarenas.
Another plus to Costa Rica After Dark is that it has English and Spanish translations making it user friendly. With this great option, people coming from both English and Spanish speaking nations can better understand the articles and make wise decisions.
To top it all off, to give honest information and unbiased reviews, the people behind Costa Rica After Dark made a research on each joint that are featured on the site, and those that passed a certain qualification and came highly recommended are the only ones that are included in the program.
To see a list of Included businesses please click here. As they add new places you will get discounts at each place they continue to add which includes Playa Del Coco this coming week.
To get your VIP card or join the program email email@example.com
Tell them The Costa Rican Times sent you for a 25% discount on the VIP Card
$15 instead of $20
First batch of Cards valid until January which comes out to only $3.75 a month