The latest local deals let Twin Cities folks score a great deal on Water Park of America tickets, go to unlimited orchestra concerts for $5/mo., learn more about cyber security and more.
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Discount Water Park of America Tickets
Goldstar.com is offering discount Water Park of America tickets for several upcoming dates. Prices range from $11-15, not including the service fee. Even with the service fee, though, the tickets have a decent discount. A half-day ticket from 4pm-10pm this Saturday, for instance, is $27.52 on the Water Park of America website, and just $17 from Goldstar.
$2 Off Minnesota Zoo Admission
The Minnesota Zoo has a printable coupon for $2 off an adult admission and $1 off a child/senior admission. The coupon is good through 4/30. Throughout the month of April, the Zoo features Farm Babies – baby chicks, piglets, lambs, calves, goat kids, and bunnies – on display at the Wells Fargo Family Farm on site. (Thanks, Thrifty Minnesota!)
Unlimited SPCO Concerts for $5/Month
Classical fans, listen up: The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra is offering a new deal that admits members to unlimited SPCO concerts for $5 per month. The membership is auto-renewed each month, and there is a $50 cancellation fee during the first year. Even taking that into account, it’s an excellent deal, as SPCO concert tickets normally range from $10-$25 each. There are a limited number of memberships available, so if you are interested, check it out sooner rather than later. (Thanks, phenoMNal twin cities!)
Cyber Security Awareness Family Event
The Stop. Think. Connect. Cyber Security Awareness event will take place at the Mall of America Rotunda on 4/16, 4-6pm. Families of all ages can enjoy the free event, including a Vikings player autograph session, kids’ music by Goldy Locks, and activities with Mad Science, while learning about cyber security.
Free Screening of Chimpanzee
Attend a free screening of the new Disney film, Chimpanzee, at Roseville AMC Theatres on 4/16. Print your tickets at Furst Access using the code oscar. Remember to show up early for the screening, as they are intentionally overbooked. (Thanks, Pocket Your Dollars reader, Alissa!)