Twin Cities Deals: Canterbury Park Discount Tickets, Discount Super Trucks Show, Free Pasta for Cyclists + More

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Grab cheap tickets to an off-road super truck event, ride your bike to free pasta, and play museum mini-golf with the latest in Twin Cities deals.

Your turn: Will you be hitting the links at the Walker or Science Museum?

Discount Tickets to Robby Gordon’s Off-Road Stadium Super Trucks

Goldstar is offering discount tickets to Robby Gordon’s Off-Road Stadium Super Trucks, coming to the Metrodome on 7/20. Tickets cost as little as $8 each (including fees). This event appears to be a combo of racing and monster trucks – no doubt there are lots of adults and kids who would enjoy this show.

Grand Old Day

It’s hard to believe that it’s Grand Old Day time already. Sunday, 6/2 is the big day on St. Paul’s Grand Avenue, with lots of fun, food, live music and more. There are a couple of family-friendly entertainment stages, a parade (with lots of candy pitched to the spectators), an area with sports activities and more.

Free Pasta for Cyclists at Yarusso Bros.

On the first Saturday of the month from 12-2pm starting this Saturday, 6/1, bicyclists can get free pasta on the patio at Yarusso Bros. in St. Paul. They have delicious food and a great patio, so I love this deal. (Thanks, phenoMNal twin cities!)

Twin Cities deals

Canterbury Park Discount Tickets

It’s not exactly the Kentucky Derby, but it’s as close as we’ve got here in Minnesota: Grab a few family members or friends and spend a day watching live horse racing with this Living Social deal. This Canterbury Park discount tickets package is just $12 for five admission tickets and five programs so you can keep track of the track. That’s around half off.

Amazon Local Minneapolis is also running this exact same deal if you prefer to buy it from them.

Unique Mini-Golf Courses

This year, the Walker Art Center has opened Walker on the Green: Artist-Designed Mini-Golf. The course looks to be a unique, kitschy activity, with rounds going for $12 for adults and $10 for students, and ages 12 and under golf free. The round of mini-golf also includes admission to the galleries.

Alternately, the Science Museum of Minnesota has opened their mini-golf course for the season, too. The EarthScapes Mini-Golf course is an extra $4.50 beyond regular museum admission for adults, or $3 for ages 4-12 and seniors. After 5pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays you can skip the museum and just play mini-golf for $5. Wouldn’t that be a fun date night?

Feel free to contact us if you know of any additional coupons, deals and events available to readers in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

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