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Free Circus Tickets

Posted on Monday, February 23rd, 2009 at 10:45 am
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The circus is coming to town in our area soon, which reminds me that I need to tell you how you can get free circus tickets. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, circus, otherwise known as “The Greatest Show on Earth,” offers free tickets for children.

The free ticket program is called “Baby’s First Circus.” Basically, you just have to fill out your baby’s name and birthday, along with your address. The circus will then send you child a free ticket voucher that can be used anytime during his or her lifetime. You can request a ticket for each of your children, although you are limited to one ticket per household per year, and your baby must be 12 months old or younger. There are some exceptions for multiple births and adoptions.

Tickets vouchers can then be traded in at the box office or mailed in when ordering tickets to the circus. You can’t use the voucher on VIP tickets, but they are good for any other seat level.

One extra tip: save the tickets for when the kids are a little older and require their own seats. If they are two years old or under and can sit on your lap instead of a seat, then you don’t need to purchase a ticket for them.

To sign up for your free tickets, click here: Baby’s First Circus.

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