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[Ripley's Aquarium] Toronto - 50% off Ripley's Aquarium one day sale. Jan 20 only, tickets good until March 12

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Toronto - 50% off Ripley's Aquarium one day sale. Jan 20 only, tickets good until March 12

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50% off
Expiry:
January 20, 2020
Retailer:
Ripley's Aquarium
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Today only! Beat the blues with a trip to the Aquarium for an underwater adventure at half the price.

Get Your Anytime Express ticket for 50% off right now!

Blue Monday Disclaimer: Tickets must be used by Thursday, March 12, 2020. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Subject to change or end at any time without notice. Purchase up to 6 tickets per order. Available for purchase online only.
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Oct 10, 2011
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Great deal, thanks for sharing!

Edit: my tickets are showing valid up to one year from purchase date
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An adult ticket is $19.50... after the discount? So the regular price is $40? Has this increased? Seems pricy.
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barks1andrew wrote: Great deal, thanks for sharing!

Edit: my tickets are showing valid up to one year from purchase date
Where do you check the expiry date of the tickets? I tried looking for it on my phone. TIA
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esq05 wrote: An adult ticket is $19.50... after the discount? So the regular price is $40? Has this increased? Seems pricy.
You have to consider that they must: feed, keep alive, and manage the water temps/quality of all the species they have, pay their employees, pay land taxes, overhead, etc. Part of me is surprised that it isnt more expensive TBH.
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Apr 2, 2018
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Thanks OP! Bought for family and yea tickets are good for 1yr.
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After u got your ticket at the top of the barcode there is i- information if you click on it it says tickets are valid for 1 year from the day of purchase.
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esq05 wrote: An adult ticket is $19.50... after the discount? So the regular price is $40? Has this increased? Seems pricy.
Yeah it's damn expensive at full-price. I took a date there last month, it was $90 including coat check, for ~90 minutes. I mean, it's well done and all.. I like it and recommend it. But the value is a little dicey.
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Against their will is a bit strong of a statement considering its a fish.

A lot of these species are considered "Least Concern" by the IUCN. In general I'd be on the side of increasing awareness of the biodiversity that is out there so that maybe people think twice before contributing to the problem.
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Thanks OP!

My tickets also say valid for one year from date of purchase.

Have been before but my kid was too young to appreciate it, I think. He’s 3.5 now which I think is a better age. Can’t wait to go!
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Pingalino wrote: You have to consider that they must: feed, keep alive, and manage the water temps/quality of all the species they have, pay their employees, pay land taxes, overhead, etc. Part of me is surprised that it isnt more expensive TBH.
I completely get that. I just recall going and paying like $24-25 or so with some random discount (which wasn't 50% off). And this, with 50% off is still $20. Just curious if prices went up substantially in the last 2-3 years.

I've been twice since it opened - great with kids for sure. Contemplated getting their annual pass but the one thing is that they don't have any connected parking. So especially in the winter, you gotta drop off the family and then go park etc. If I recall, there isn't any official drop off area either.
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Feb 26, 2018
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My ticket info also says valid for one year, but after the bay/nest hello fiasco I don't trust companies to honour their own terms and conditions anymore.

Great deal OP, thanks for posting. It was ludicrously expensive last time I took the family.
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Jul 28, 2008
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Got a pair of tickets, thanks OP, great deal at this price.
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Thanks OP. Bought for the family.
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Thanks OP! I was going to purchase the Spotlight BOGO tickets, but I like how you don't have to decide on a date with your deal. Much appreciated!

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