Adventure Aquarium "Pay Like A Kid, Play Like A Kid" [adventureaquarium.com]
- Membership Edition
- NOT via Groupon, not sure why SD adds a line above!!
$37 + tax + fees = $40.79
Enjoy 365 days of fun, all for the price of a child. Memberships include year round access to the aquarium, invitations to exclusive Members-only events and more! PLUS receive awesome discounts and Members-only offers.
*Valid now through Monday, July 31, 2017. Available online only.
Other membership options available as well. E.g. Gold Membership for $65+tax adult
, $52+tax kid. Gold membership will give you 2 extra guest passes (compared to the regular membership) - one to be used in 2017 and another one - in 2018 until July. Guest passes are one time use only.
Personal note on this deal from me:
I think $37 for an adult membership is an amazing
And most importantly I think Adventure Aquarium is one of the best aquariums in the country
! My son loves underwater creatures and we visit aquariums everywhere we go (been to New England Aquarium in Boston, Aquarium in Monterey CA; Aquarium in Atlanta GA and many others
) - and Philadelphia one (well, technically it's in Camden NJ, across the bridge from Philly
) IMO is better than most of them. Been there many times and the only thing that stops me from going more often now is ~2 hrs drive from where I live to Philly.
Regular adult tickets normally cost $28 before coupons, so if you get a $37 membership and visit at least twice over the year, you'll already make it work for you.
One of possible use cases I see for a family of 3 (2 parents + 1 kid) - you get an adult individual membership for one parent for $37 and Gold membership for a kid for $52 for a total of $89+tax. The first time you go the whole family (this year) it will be free (use Guest pass 1), the second time you can go the whole family next year (use Guest pass 2) and make unlimited visits for kid + 1 parent over the year essentially for free.
Just for comparison - several years ago they offered Family Explorer Passes via Gr*upon (e.g. https://www.groupon.com/deals/adv...quarium-16
) and they might've been better for families with 2+ kids, but I don't remember anything that good from this aquarium for adults.