Minnesota Zoo Coupons 2016
There are many ways to get Minnesota Zoo discount coupons. Founded in 1978, the Minnesota Zoo has many attractions, shows and exhibits to keep the family entertained for an entire day. Located in Apple Valley, it is open year round and only closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The mission of the Minnesota Zoo is “To connect people, animals and the natural world.” With over five hundred forty species and over four thousand animals, it is a goal that is being accomplished. Visiting the Zoo with discount coupons is more than simply looking at the animals. There are educational programs year round for the public to learn about different animals in our world.
Discount coupons are available at the following websites:
Go to the website funMinnesota.com/coupons. Along with printable coupons for many other local attractions, it has a discount coupon to the Minnesota Zoo. You can get two dollars off an adult admission and one dollar off a child or senior citizen admission. It is only good during the daytime.
Another website to find the same printable Minnesota Zoo discount coupon is Minneapolis.org.
Besides coupons, there are other ways to get discounts to this fascinating and educational venue.
Become a Member
It has been said that membership has it’s privileges, and when you buy yours to the Minnesota Zoo, you will receive many perks.
The first one is that your admission is always free during regular zoo hours and during members only events. Parking is also free, which is a savings of five dollars every time you visit. If you want to go for a short visit or stay for the whole day, your cost per visit goes down each time you go.
In addition, if you are in another city and they have a zoo, there is reciprocity. That is, you can visit that zoo with half price admission.
Along with the ones just mentioned, there are many more benefits available with a paid membership.
Buy an Official Twin Cities Attraction Pass
If you are visiting the Twin Cities for an extended stay, you can purchase the Official Twin Cities Attraction Pass. For one price, this three consecutive day pass permits you to visit six popular attractions, one time each. The pass is activated when you visit the first venue. One of the attractions is the Minnesota Zoo. The pass also includes parking. You can purchase a pass at bloomingonmn.org.
Stay and Play Packages
At the Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau website, there are stay and play packages available. These all include the Twin Cities Attraction Pass. You can check out the different hotels and their amenities at the bloomingonmn.org website.
There are many group discount programs to the Zoo. Groups start at twenty people, and the more people in your group, the less you will pay for each admission ticket. There are offerings for school field trips, organizations (like preschools and youth groups), childcare groups and more.
Groups must be booked at least one week in advance and paid for with one credit card or cash.
Like many other businesses and organizations, the Minnesota Zoo has a Facebook fan page. If you like it, you can have all of the latest events, contests, and concerts delivered directly to your news feed.
There are many ways to get Minnesota Zoo discount coupons and discounts on admission. Simply pick a way that works for you and have a great visit!
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Corporate Discount Card Program
There are also corporate discount programs available for businesses. These are not Minnesota Zoo discount coupons; they are discount cards that are free of charge to companies. All employees are issued a Zoo Discount Card. When presented to the cashier, a discount of two dollars for adults and one dollar per child will be credited. In addition, there is one dollar off the IMAX Theater.
Customized Ticket Program for Businesses
Another corporate option for discounts is the Customized Ticket Program. This is a consignment program that does not cost the company any money, but offers it’s employees a perk if they choose to use it.
Employees buy a zoo ticket at a reduced price and can go any day of the year they want. Companies simply pay for the tickets that have been redeemed.
The Zoo offers a Military discount with a valid ID. It is good for the entire family.
MELSA/Library Adventure Pass Program
The MELSA/Library Adventure Pass Program is another opportunity to get into the Minnesota Zoo for less. This program permits families up to two free admissions to various Minnesota attractions, including the zoo. Like a new library book, the pass for good for seven days. Visit the attraction you want to see, and use the slip the library gave you as an admission ticket. There is nothing to return to the library. If you want to go to another attraction, simply visit the library to get another pass. More details about the program can be found at the zoo website.