May 18, 2011
Wisconsin State Fair officials announced five big deals, including $5 Fair Tickets, that will be offered to the public in May and June for the 160th celebration of the 2011 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U. S. Cellular. The 2011 Fair will take place Thursday, August 4 through Sunday, August 14 at Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis.
$5 Fair Admission Tickets, offering a savings of $4 (45%) off the gate price, will be available for purchase at participating Wisconsin Sentry Foods and Trig's Stores. Tickets will be sold at the customer service counters through June 30 or while supplies last. Tickets may also be purchased at the Fair Ticket Offices and online (service fees apply) at WiStateFair.com, where consumers may choose to print-at-home or have their order mailed to them.
The Milwaukee Brewers and Wisconsin State Fair have once again teamed up to bring two Wisconsin traditions together for a great price with $13 Brewers Fair Fridays! The promotion is bigger than ever this year, including all Friday night home games at Miller Park even select marquee games. The package includes one Terrace Reserved Ticket and one 2011 Wisconsin State Fair ticket. All $13 Brewers Fair Friday night games begin at 7:10pm and include:
May 13 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
May 20 vs. Colorado Rockies
May 27 vs. San Francisco Giants
June 10 vs. St. Louis Cardinals
June 24 vs. Minnesota Twins
July 8 vs. Cincinnati Reds
July 29 vs. Houston Astros
Aug. 12 vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
Aug. 26 vs. Chicago Cubs
Sept. 9 vs. Philadelphia Phillies
Sept. 23 vs. Florida Marlins
$13 Brewers Fair Fridays are on sale now through July 31 or while supplies last. Purchasers should indicate preferred game at time of order. Tickets may be purchased at brewers.com/statefair or by calling the Brewers Ticket Office at 414.902.4000 or toll-free at 800.933.7890.
The Sweetest Deal is back and as tasty as ever! Cream Puff lovers can purchase a 6-Pack Certificate for $15 and save $9 off individually purchased cream puffs. Plus, certificates can be used in the Express Lane in the Original Cream Puff Pavilion at the Fair or one of the two Cream Puff satellite locations in the Fair Park. The Sweetest Deal can be purchased online through June 30 at www.WiStateFair.com (mail order only, print at home not available; service fees apply) or at the Fair Ticket Offices.
"Fair Play" 3-Day Passes will be available for $15 and Fairgoers may use all three admissions the same day or on separate days. "Fair Play" 3-Day Passes are available at Sweet Grass Gift Shop at Potawatomi Bingo Casino. Plus, Fire Keeper's Club members will receive $10 in FKC Reward Play after 10 slot points earned in their same-day visit with each pass purchased. "Fair Play" 3-Day Passes may also be purchased at the Wisconsin State Fair Ticket Offices or online at www.WiStateFair.com for mail order (service fees apply). Passes are on sale through June 30.
Amusement ride lovers will be thrilled with this offer for vouchers for Ride-All-Day Wristbands for ONLY $20 (a $5 savings). Vouchers may be redeemed in the Midway at the Fair for Ride-All-Day Wristbands. "Ride-All-Day" Wristband Vouchers are valid ANY ONE DAY of the Wisconsin State Fair, INCLUDING WEEKENDS. Midway "Ride-All-Day" Wristband Vouchers may be purchased online at www.WiStateFair.com (mail order only, print at home not available; service fees apply) and at the Fair Ticket Offices through June 30.
The 160th Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, will take place Thursday, Aug. 4 through Sunday, Aug. 14. The Wisconsin State Fair offers an original experience to all that attend and is a phenomenal value with 30 FREE entertainment stages, thousands of animals, endless family activities, events, contests, vendors and culinary delights. For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.WiStateFair.com or join the conversation on Facebook at facebook.com/wistatefair and Twitter at twitter.com/wistatefair.
Source: Wisconsin State Fair
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