Keep busy in the Twin Cities metro this weekend with $5 Sea Life Aquarium tickets, History Matters Day at the State Capitol, free classical concerts and more.
Your turn: What Twin Cities deals will you be taking advantage of this long weekend?
$5 Sea Life Aquarium Admission
Heading to the Mall of America this weekend? Head over and “like” Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium on Facebook and purchase up to four admission tickets for just $5 each plus tax. You’ll also get free chocolate covered Peeps. The offer is good through Presidents Day, 2/18.
History Matters Day at the State Capitol
Support state funding of the Minnesota Historical Society by attending the History Matters Day at the State Capitol on Monday, 2/18. The History Center will provide free parking and free shuttles to the Capitol, where you can then enjoy a free tour of the Capitol, a free craft activity, and more.
Clothes Mentor President’s Day Sale
I am so tired of my winter clothes right now, so I may have to check this local deal out: This weekend (Saturday-Monday), Clothes Mentor locations in Maple Grove, St. Cloud and Woodbury will be taking 20% off everything in their stores. Even better, all clearance merchandise will be just $2 per item.
Twins Promotional Schedule
If you’re thinking about heading to a Twins game this spring and summer, be sure to check out the Twins Promotional Schedule as you plan which games to attend. Twins fans can score everything from free posters and drawstring bags to ticket value packs and concession discounts.
Twins single game tickets go on sale tomorrow at noon, so this weekend is the time to grab the best seats.
Free Minnesota Sinfonia Concerts
The Minnesota Sinfonia is holding two free concerts this weekend as part of their Winter Series. See Variations on a Theme, with a featured cellist tonight at 7pm at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul or on Sunday at 4pm at Temple Israel in Minneapolis.
Feel free to contact us if you know of any additional coupons, deals and events available to readers in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.