Did you know August is Family Fun Month? With four weeks left until school starts (at least in NYC) there is still plenty of family fun to be had. So why not head over to Sesame Place!
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Here are 5 Ways to Save Money at Sesame Place:
Visit During the Week. You can save $10 per single-day admission ticket (until 8/30) by visiting Sesame Place Monday thru Friday.
Get Your 2nd Visit FREE. For the same price as a single-day ticket, get ANY 2nd visit FREE through 10/27/13. Visits do not have to be consecutive days. I really love this option because you can enjoy summer time fun and then return in the fall to celebrate The Count's Halloween Spooktacular.
The Twilight Ticket. Who says you have to get there as soon as the park opens? If you visit after 3pm you can save $15 on a single-day admission ticket.
For further info regarding ways to save or to purchase tickets online click - HERE.
2014 Season Pass. The season pass really gives a family the bang for their buck. 2014 passes are on sale NOW. In addition to unlimited visits in 2014, you also get the rest of this FREE including A Very Furry Christmas. There are 3 season passes to choose from - pick the one that's best for family. AND now, Sesame Place allows families to pay off Season Passes in 6 easy payments. For more Season Pass info click - HERE .
"BYOP" Bring Your Own Picnic. While Sesame Place offers fantastic food options throughout the park, save a few dollars by bringing your picnic lunch. Outside food isn't allowed in the park but there are picnic areas outside of the park and guests are allowed reentry (don't forget to get stamped before heading out). Take a break and enjoy some quiet time with your family and have lunch. Once back inside, you can treat the kids to an ice cream or cotton candy or a visit to the gift shoppe. For more info click HERE for FAQs
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I am a Sesame Place Blog Ambassador. I was not compensated for this post but was provided with a 2013 Season Pass for myself and complimentary admission for my family. All opinions are my own.