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Discounts For Saint Louis Auto Show At America's Center

2014 St. Louis Auto ShowThe 2014 Saint Louis Auto Show–the largest automobile event in the St. Louis area–concludes today, Sunday, January 26, 2014 at America’s Center and Edward Jones Dome, 701 Convention Plaza in downtown St. Louis. The show features more than 500 new cars, trucks, SUVs and luxury vehicles from over 25 manufacturers under one roof.

Active duty military and actives members of the reserve (with valid service I. D.) and police officers and firefighters (with badge) get a $2 discount on admission today–no coupon required. None of these deals are valid with another discount or offer.

The show includes, among other things,  a Vaughn Gittin Jr. Drifting Demo and autograph session; Eightup Riders motorcycle stunts, a kids’ zone, a Robert Hight autograph session, a Brett Hull Meet & Greet and a Gary Allan and Joe Nichols concert.  See the website for the complete schedule.

 

Show hours are:

Thursday, noon – 9 p.m.

Friday, noon – 10 p.m.

Saturday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Ticket prices:

Adults – $10

Children, 6-12 years old – $5

Children, under 6 years old - FREE

A free shuttle service running every 15 minutes will stop on the south side of Washington Avenue at Arch parking lot and on the east side of First Street at Martin Luther King Drive (in front of Sundeckers).

Discounts For Saint Louis Auto Show At America's Center

2014 St. Louis Auto ShowThe 2014 Saint Louis Auto Show–the largest automobile event in the St. Louis area–begins today, January 23, 2014 and runs through Sunday, January 26 at  America’s Center and Edward Jones Dome, 701 Convention Plaza in downtown St. Louis. The show features more than 500 new cars, trucks, SUVs and luxury vehicles from over 25 manufacturers under one roof.

If you’re looking for a discount to the show, you may be in luck–if you happen to be a senior, a woman, a student, an active member of the military or a police officer or firefighter. Those groups get a $2 discount on admission on certain days–no coupon required. None of these deals are valid with another discount or offer.

Here’s the discount schedule:

January 23-24: Senior Citizen. $2 off adult admission for visitors age 55 and older.

January 23-26: Military Days.  Active duty military and active members of the reserve get $2 off adult admission. They must present valid service I.D.

January 23-26: Service Days. Police officers and firefighters get $2 off adult admission. They must present badge at time of purchase.

January 24: Ladies’ Day. Ladies age 13 and older get $2 off an adult admission.

January 24: Student discount. Students with a valid student I.D. get $2 off adult admission.

The show includes, among other things,  a Vaughn Gittin Jr. Drifting Demo and autograph session; Eightup Riders motorcycle stunts, a kids’ zone, a Robert Hight autograph session, a Brett Hull Meet & Greet and a Gary Allan and Joe Nichols concert.  See the website for the complete schedule.

Show hours are:

Thursday, noon – 9 p.m.

Friday, noon – 10 p.m.

Saturday 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Ticket prices:

Adults – $10

Children, 6-12 years old – $5

Children, under 6 years old - FREE

A free shuttle service running every 15 minutes will stop on the south side of Washington Avenue at Arch parking lot and on the east side of First Street at Martin Luther King Drive (in front of Sundeckers).

Fun Abounds With Lots To Do This Weekend In St. Louis

No matter what your interests, you’ll find something to do this weekend in The Lou.

From the country’s first parade to welcome home the soldiers of the Iraq War to Mardi Gras fun in Soulard, there’s plenty a-hopping in St. Louis this January weekend. You can even learn to be an entrepreneur at Start-Up St. Louis, a weekend to give your business wings to fly!

Here are just a few cheap and free ways to spend your weekend in St. Louis:

  • First-Ever ‘Welcome Home The Heroes’ Parade Is Slated For Tomorrow In Downtown St. Louis
  • Free: Soulard Mardi Gras–U.S. Cellular Family Winter Carnival
  • Learn To Be An Entrepreneur At St. Louis Start-Up Weekend
  • St. Louis Auto Show Underway This Weekend At America’s Center
  • Deal: Clayton Restaurant Week Continues Through Sunday

Save: Get A $2 Discount On Auto Show Tickets With Coupon At Schnucks

Planning to go to the St. Louis Auto Show?

Want to save a fast couple of bucks?

Then pick up a coupon at Schnucks Supermarkets. It will save you $2 on the full adult admission only for Thursday and Friday, Jan. 26-27. It  cannot be combined with other offers.

The Auto Show will be at America’s Center and Edward Jones Dome701 Convention Plaza, downtown St. Louis Thursday through Sunday, Jan. 26-29, 2012.

Tickets to the show are $10 for those 13 and older and $5 for ages 6-12; free for five and under.

Contest: Enter To Win Tickets To The St. Louis Auto Show Plus Get A Discount Coupon At Schnucks

Enter the free ticket giveaway  now to win a four-pack of tickets to the St. Louis Auto Show at America’s Center and Edward Jones Dome701 Convention Plaza, downtown St. Louis Jan. 26-29, 2012. Ten families will win four tickets each to attend and someone will win a ride with Vaughn Gittin Jr.  The deadline for entering is Jan. 23.

If you’re not convinced you’ll win, you can always pick up a coupon at Schnucks Supermarkets. The coupon will save you $2 on the full adult admission only for Thursday and Friday, Jan. 26-27. It  cannot be combined with other offers.

Tickets to the show are $10 for those 13 and older and $5 for ages 6-12; free for five and under.