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Old 07-22-2013, 12:27 PM
 
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Default Where to buy discount tickets for the coming Ringling Brother Circus show?

Hi Everyone, we are interested to take our two young children to the Ringling Brothers Circus show. Anybody know a good place to buy discount tickets?

Also for the American Airlines Center, which part is better for young children? Is seat like 1xx good? or 2XX, 3XX? I am confused from the price difference. Thanks!
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Old 07-22-2013, 06:31 PM
 
Location: Garland, TX
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Use the promo code pandora and I think the tickets are 10 bucks? Kids get in half price also I believe. I heard the advertisements on pandora all morning today. Mentioned using ticketmaster. Hope that helps!
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Old 07-23-2013, 11:04 PM
 
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Not sure where you live, but I was able to obtain reading incentive vouchers for the circus at our local library in the kids' section. Basically, it's stamped after your child reads 5 books, and you can redeem one kid's ticket free with the price of an adult admission by going directly to the box office at the AAC. This voucher is only good for the lower three priced tickets (meaning, you can't use this promotion for the most expensive tickets/ front row). The ticket price different correlate directly with how close you are to the floor- the more expensive the ticket, the closer you are.

I went today and bought tickets for myself, my DH and our two DDs (6 and 4) and was able to get both girls' tickets free. We bought our seats in the 200 level- it is the club level and we've been to previous events in the AAC seated in the club level for Disney on Ice and the circus, and it was a good height to see everything for the kids. Of course, being in the 100 level is better because you are closer. I personally wouldn't get tickets in the 300 section but that's just me- I just feel that's too far away and it's one thing if its me at a game, but with my kids, I don't want it to be nosebleed.

I am a proponent of buying tickets directly at the box office when at all possible. With a family of four, I would have been gouged over $30 in convenience charges and handling fees if I attempted to buy the same amount of tickets online.
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Old 08-02-2013, 09:31 AM
 
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Use the promo code pandora and I think the tickets are 10 bucks? Kids get in half price also I believe. I heard the advertisements on pandora all morning today. Mentioned using ticketmaster. Hope that helps!

Thank you Moey91 and Betty_Baylor99! Sorry I didn't respond earlier. We did use the coupon code "pandora" on ticketmaster. With all the fees, the price for 100 level, is end up around $16/ticket. That's really some good deal. We went to the show last night. It was such a blast. My kids (4&2) really enjoyed. My son almost danced all night. The best part is the motorcycles in the cage.
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Old 08-02-2013, 04:11 PM
 
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how much is parking?
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:41 AM
 
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how much is parking?
parking is another $15 for outdoor, $20 for indoor AUDI PARK garage.
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Old 08-06-2013, 10:05 PM
 
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Not sure where you live, but I was able to obtain reading incentive vouchers for the circus at our local library in the kids' section.
+1 for your local public library. I'm recently retired but worked many years in public libraries. Circuses always gave stacks of coupons to us.
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