Yes, I know it’s not even Halloween yet and here we are talking about Santa, what?? Well, the Early Bird gets the Deal, and right now you can score either 50% off a one-time admission to Santa’s Enchanted Forest in Miami, or 30% off a season pass if you purchase by November 1, 2012.
The Groupon Deal at 50% off is offering two options:
- $28 for a holiday theme-park visit including rides, shows, and snack package for one adult (up to a $46 value), or
- $18 for a holiday theme-park visit including rides, shows, and snack package for one child up to age 9 or a senior aged 65 or older (up to a $36 value)
The snack package includes:
- One slice of pizza
- One soft drink
- One bag of cotton candy or popcorn
- One bag of donuts
One thing to note! This Groupon deal is valid only for November 1, 2012 – November 7, 2012. Kinda early to be doing the Santa thing in my book, but of course it’s never too early to get into the holiday spirit!
The Seasonal Pass Early Bird Special – deal expires November 1 at midnight
This deal is being offered directly from the folks at Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Normally the prices range from $38.00-$49.00, but with this offer, it ranges from $24.83-$34.49, and you can go to the attraction as many times as you want during the entire season. They’re open from November 1, 2012 through January 6, 2013. Click here to purchase your season pass now!
7900 SW 40th Street
Miami, FL 33155-6743
826 (Palmetto) and Bird Road (S.W. 40th)
About Santa’s Enchanted Forest
Giant toy soldiers clothed in thousands of colored lights wave at passersby as glowing reindeer take off into the dusk. Towering Christmas trees topped with stars glimmer and glisten with blue and green fiber optics. At Santa’s Enchanted Forest, one of the world’s largest Christmas-themed amusement parks, holiday spirit and festive music fill the air long before the end of December. Visitors laugh and shriek on a multitude of carnival rides, including whirling swings, bumper cars, tower drops, and roller coasters, whipping through the air until their cheeks are as rosy as old Saint Nick’s. Traditional carnival games are also on hand, such as dart tosses and soccer-ball kicks, to complement more unconventional carnival amusements such as giant plastic balls to roll around in and a rock-climbing wall to scale. Wee visitors, meanwhile, can make the acquaintance of small livestock in a petting zoo or draw a portrait of their favorite goat in royal costume on a wall-size coloring-book mural. Carnival food, such as barbecue, pizza, and cinnamon donuts, fuels guests as they conquer rides or take in the Cats of the World Tiger Show, the Cirque Equinox, or the Sea Lion Splash Spectacular.
My take on this attraction–well, it’s been several years now since I went. Last time I went was before my daughter was born…and it was cheesy and not the greatest–I think some of the displays haven’t been updated since I was a kid (and that was 30 years ago, folks!) and I don’t mean they looked old, but some of the elves had broken arms just dangling and that was pretty scary. But maybe they’ve updated it since then…and if your kids love the midway rides and games, this could be a really fun place to take them. My little one is 3 now and I know she would have a blast!
If you go early in the season, let me know how it is…enjoy!
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