*UPDATED* Goldstar: Discounts on Twin Cities Event Tickets + 20% Off Gift Certificates (Exp 12/2)

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Whether you are looking for something fun to do with family or friends or looking for a gift for a theater or entertainment buff, Goldstar has some great Black Friday Cyber Monday deals. Be sure to order your tickets to your selected event now before they sell out.

Goldstar offers great discounts to the hottest plays, sports events and much more. While they do charge a service fee, the final price is usually lower than you can find anywhere else. The deals each person will see will vary by region depending on where you are located. You can view the region you are looking for by clicking the city at the top of the page.

Here are a few examples for the Minneapolis-St. Paul area that are now available:

Scrooge Gets His Comeuppance in Comedy Roast of Mr. Scrooge $5-$12.25 + $3.50-$4 fee (regular price $19.50-$24)

The Danger Committee Presents We Three Kings: A Stocking Full of Awesome II $10-$12.50 + $4.50 fee (regular price $25)

A Don’t Hug Me Christmas Carol: Comic Take on Dickens Classic $11.50-$13 + $3.50-$4 fee (regular price $23-$35)

Another gift option that may appeal to you are Goldstar gift certificates which are 20% off right now, meaning you can purchase a $25 certificate for $19.95, a $50 certificate for $39.95 or a $100 certificate for $79.95. These special certificates can be redeemed at Goldstar any time after 12/24.

Save the most, with the least amount of effort, by following all our Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

Your turn: Did you buy Goldstar tickets for yourself, or are you giving them as gifts?


  1. Sheri says

    I highly recommend the Danger COmmittee if you like juggling, knife throwing, comedy and/or Renfest. They are there every year. Also they were on America's Got Talent.

    Just my two cents as we've seen them in the past and are going this saturday to see them.

    Has anyone seen the Don't Hug Me shows? I've seen them advertised but have never talked to anyone whose gone to one.

    • Des says

      Hi, Don't Hug Me Christmas was very funny.We saw it last year for one of our holiday shows, with some friends.Even my husband enjoyed this one.(not a big musical fan) But the song lyrics are so silly and super funny,with very entertaining actors.Definitely worth it if you get a chance to see them.

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