Do you like Disney? Or maybe the better question is… do your kids like Disney?
Mine sure do – I think a good chunk of the proceeds from the Toy Story franchise has come from my children. And, of course, all the family members who think it’s just adorable that they love Toy Story! Disney is a big hit in our house, especially because some of the characters I knew and loved back in the pre-kid days.
I love the events that I’ve seen come in to the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, and this one is no exception – it’s that time of year again, time for Disney on Ice! This year Disney on Ice is presenting Worlds of Fantasy with lots of our favorite Disney characters, and I’m delighted to able to bring you, dear reader, not only a chance to win your own FREE tickets, but also a discount on your tickets!
First, the discount:
You can save $3 when you use the discount coupon code TINK, and you can purchase tickets here.
Disclaimer: Exclusions apply. Not valid Opening Night (April 4, 7pm). Valid only on $19 and $14 tickets. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. Limit 8 tickets. Additional fees may apply.
Get a quick peek at the show here:
And now for the giveaway! I’m pleased to announce that I will be giving away a 4-pack of ticket vouchers that you can use for either the April 4th show at 7pm or the April 7th show at 1pm! It’s a simple Rafflecopter giveaway, so you should find it fairly easy to enter. Reminder: these tickets are ONLY good at the Fort Wayne show.
Stay tuned to see who wins, and for my live tweets from the show on Twitter with the #FortWayneRockinEverAfter hashtag!
And one more goodie because I can’t resist – click here to download a coloring page of the show’s poster!
Disclaimer: I received 4 ticket vouchers from Feld Entertainment for promoting this event, however all opinions are honest and my own.
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