You can save $5 on Sunday night performances at The Muny in Forest Park with the coupon available in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Go Magazine in Friday’s newspaper.
The coupon is good for seats in Terrace A and Terrace B for Sunday night only. You can get up to 10 tickets with the coupon on any combintion of Sunday shows. You must redeem the coupon at the Muny box Office in Forest Park which is open every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Fine print: Offer may not be combined with other offers. Original coupons only. In case of rain tickets may be exchange for another Sunday performance (subject to availability) or refunded. Valid until capacity is reached. Coupon expires Aug. 12.
And don’t forget you can always attend the Muny for free! At every Muny performance there are approximately 1,500 free seats in the last nine rows of the theatre that are free. They are available on a first come, first served basis. The entrances to the free seating area are at the top of the theatre seating area. The free seat gates open at 7 p.m. each evening.
Sounds at the Station Free Concert Series takes place monthly at St. Louis Union Station in downtown St. Louis.
Furious George is the featured band this month. They will perfrom from 5-8:30 p.m. on the Lake Stage. The band plays a mix of classic rock from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.
In case of inclement weather, the concert will be held inside the station.
Here’s the lineup for the rest of the summer:
July 19, Retro Nerds
Aug. 16, Petty Cash Junction
Sept. 20, Guitars on Fire
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is inviting you to escape the heat at Missouri beaches this weekend. There are some 17 swimming beaches in Missouri State Parks sprinkled around the state.
Officials say weekly water samples show that all state parks beaches met their weekly water quality standards.
From Watkins Mill State Park near Kansas City to Finger Lakes State Park in the middle of the state to Lake Wappapello State Park in the southeast area to many places in between, Missouri State Parks provide refreshing aquatic opportunities that are a convenient drive for most Missourians.
The beach at Lewis and Clark State Park in Buchanan County remains closed for continuing repairs related to last year’s flooding. The beach at Trail of Tears State Park in Cape Girardeau County is closed as crews complete work on the lake’s dam.
Missouri State Parks visitors can sign up to receive free electronic notices about the status of state park beaches or at the Parks’ website.
Missouri’s 86 state parks and historic sites offer all kinds of experiences–outdoor adventure, great scenery and a bit of history. State parks are a great place to have cheap fun.
Bedandbreakfast.com is offering a sweet deal when you book a stay online. Get $25 off your reservation with no restrictions–no minimum stay required!
Use the promo code “GETAWAY 25.” The deal is good until June 30.
You can save a five bucks at Sappington Farmers’ Market, 8400 Sappington, tomorrow, Thursday, June 21.
Tomorrow only you get $5 off a $50 or more purchase with coupon.
The coupon is in several local publications or you can get it here.
Fine print: You can’t use the coupon on milk products, liquor, gift certificates or case items.
Do you want to visit Missouri’s wine country but are at loss as to where to start?
If so, you’ll be glad to learn that while Missouri has five fabulous wine trails, there are other wine regions in the state worth visiting.
To help you, the Missouri Wine and Grape Board has developed a number of free Winetineraries that are easy to follow.
Many of Missouri’s wineries are a short drive from St. Louis. Plus, there are only so many summer weekends in a year, so plan your trip now.
Summer’s officially here, and it’s time to gear up the fun!
Whether you’re visiting St. Louis or you live here you can save a bundle with the St. Louis Family Attractions Card, one of St. Louis’ best kept secrets. The card is free and can save you up to $1,000 on entrance fees, meals and lodging in St. Louis.
You can print out coupons from the St. Louis Family Attractions Card website (you will have to give your email address) or go to any Dierbergs, Shop ‘n Save or Schnucks and pick up the Family Attractions Card brochure at the customer service counter.
Here’s just a sample of the savings you’ll find at the following attractions:
- St. Louis Science Center: Buy one adult OMNIMAX® ticket and receive one child’s OMNIMAX® ticket free. Fine print: Not valid for groups. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Limit four. Expires Jan. 31, 2013.
- Missouri History Museum: $2 off per person on special exhibition admissions. Fine print: Limit two per coupon. Cannot be combined with any other offers, coupons or discounts. Expires Dec. 31, 2012.
- St. Louis Cardinals: Receive 50 percent off select seats to any Wednesday home game during the 2011 regular season. To redeem, visit cardinals.com/family. Fine print: Offer not valid for Party Suite tickets. Offer based on availability. Additional blackout dates may apply. Expires Oct. 3, 2012.
- Grant’s Farm: Save 15 percent on a total merchandise purchase. Fine print: Offer good one time only and may not be used with any other discount. Valid for 2012 operating season.