We have another amazing IHOP and Six Flags Fiesta Texas deal! You can get a $25 IHOP Gift Certificate, 4 Six Flags Fiesta Texas tickets, and FOUR 2018 Book of FREE for just $99! The Fiesta Texas tickets will are valid through 01/07/2018, so you’ll be able to use them for Holiday in the Park (11/18/17 – 01/07/18)! I can’t tell you how amazing this deal is! Hurry and head over to Groupon, this deal ends soon.
With a star-studded roster featuring Big Easy Lofton, Ant Atkinson, Hi-Lite Bruton, Thunder Law, Bull Bullard and Cheese Chisholm – plus female stars TNT Lister, Ace Jackson and Hoops Green – the Harlem Globetrotters’ show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. Their 2018 World Tour will showcase incredible ball handling wizardry, rim-rattling dunks, trick shots, hilarious comedy and unequaled fan interaction. After the game, Globetrotter stars will sign autographs and take photos with fans.
UPDATE: This giveaway has ended. The winner has been contacted via email (on10/09 at 0636) and has 48 hours to respond. Stay tuned for more giveaways.
Pogo Pass has given me another opportunity to give away 2 Pogo Passes. Summer may have ended, but the fun is never over when you have a Pogo Pass. One winner will get 2 passes valid for FREE admission to multiple venues for an entire year! The passes can be redeemed in either San Antonio, Austin/Waco, or Dallas/Ft. Worth. This giveaway ends on 10/08/17 and the winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to respond. Enter below.
If you’re not sure what Pogo Pass is, they offer admission to multiple venues for just $39.98 when you use promo code CURRENCY. You’ll have a whole year to use your pass at places like the San Antonio Zoo, SA Aquarium, Laser Legend, Incredible Pizza, Urban Air, Pump It Up, Splashtown, and even UTSA Football, San Antonio Stars and Rampage games! Admission to similar venues are offered in the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Austin/Waco areas if you choose to purchase your pass in those cities.
Grab a 4 pack of Six Flags Fiesta Texas Tickets and a Book of Free from Groupon for just $89! That’s an amazing deal. The tickets will be valid through 01/07/2018, so you can enjoy them during Fright Fest or Holiday in the Park. Note that it does take 4 – 5 business days for delivery.
If you prefer, you can get 2 tickets and the Book for $49 or 1 ticket and the Book for $32. Get your deal here.
If you’re curious about what’s in the Book of Free, these freebies and more were found in the 2017 book. As you can see, it’s well worth it.
FREE IHOP Short Stack ($5.49 value)
FREE Arby’s Melt ($2.39 value)
FREE Arby’s 12 oz Jamocha Shake ($1.69 value)
FREE 1 Hour Jump at Flip’z ($11 value)
FREE Express Gold Wash at Diamond Brite ($10 value)
FREE 54th Street Appetizer ($8.49 value)
FREE Pat O’Brien’s Appetizer ($10 value)
FREE Nothing Bundt Cakes Bundtlet ($4 value)
Splashtown San Antonio and the San Antonio Zoo have partnered up, and you get an amazing deal! Purchase a 2018 Splashtown season pass and you’ll get the rest of 2017 FREE, and you get FREE access to the Zoo through August 31st!
A Splashtown season pass is just $54.99. If you buy 4 or more they come out to $49.99 each. It pays for itself in just 2 visits.
*Note that you CAN use your 2017 Splashtown Season Pass to get FREE access to the Zoo if you already have one.
Likewise, if you have a San Antonio Zoo membership you’ll receive a one-time admission to Splashtown on any weekday in August. Memberships from 1 to 4 people are $28 per person, and from 5 to 10 people are $25 per person.
Once again all Texas Schlitterbahn locations are celebrating American Heroes Week by providing FREE admission to members of the Military, Police, Firefighter & EMTs! Just present your valid ID or proof of service (during the dates below) to receive your complimentary wristband! In addition, tickets for Spouses and Dependents are available for 50% off the gate price.
Below are the dates you can make plans for. Please note that in some cases the full park will not be open. You can see more details here. See updated dates below due to Hurricane Harvey.