Put our magic to the test! If you have a girls I am certain you know that this hails from a Disney Movie. No, I have not lost my mind and decided to write about my favorite Disney Movie, The Lion King. Whoa, sorry, suddenly Elton John was in my head singing Circle of Life. I love that movie, my kids don't so much...it saddens me. Now that I am over that, let's get down to the business that made Disney movies pop in my head: 50% off Disney on Ice!
Woo to the hoo! Have you ever taken a kid to Disney on Ice? First off, it rocks. Second, your wallet can take a huge hit! When I was browsing Wal-Mart with my fam the other day I spotted a little tid bit about 50% off Disney on the Kraft cheese as a tossed it in the cart. On a side note, my 4 year old would live on cheese slices and only likes Kraft, I allow her to be brand loyal since she loves it so much. When we got home and I was unpacking the goods I noticed that the half off was for Disney on Ice, since I knew Princess Wishes was coming I was super pumped!
I checked out the details on the back and learned you can buy 2 tickets per wrapper but use an unlimited number of wrappers. SSSAWEET! I would need 2 more wrappers (my mom REALLY wanted to go with us!) 18 inches of snow prevented me from obtaining them until today but I finally did. I was confused and thought I would enter a promo code to purchase them on the web but you can't go that route. You have to either go to the box office (which I won't be doing since we live 98 miles from ours) or mail it in (which I did).
If you have already completed a google search to determine that Disney on Ice won't be in your neck of the woods anytime soon don't depair....you can also use them for Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. BUT, only if Disney on Ice won't be within 100 miles of ya. If neither are coming you can mail the wrapper in for a free 1 time use camera from Kodak, if you are going to the show I think you get one too!
While you get half off you can't use the wrapper for Front Row or VIP tickets but can for lower level! So you can score tickets for as low as $7 per person if you go for upper level. We purchased lower level, after tax and fees the were $13 each for the $24 seats.
Here is a link for more info:
50% off Disney on Ice tickets