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[Ripley's Aquarium] $20.15 - Ontario Residents Only, until 7/26

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[Ripley's Aquarium] $20.15 - Ontario Residents Only, until 7/26

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Price:
20.15
Savings:
30%
Expiry:
July 26, 2015
CELEBRATE SUMMER 2015 WITH $20.15 TICKETS
For a limited time Ontario residents can save with a valid ID until July 26th.

Adult walk-up tickets are $20.15 (including tax) with valid photo ID until July 26. This LIMITED TIME OFFER is one you won’t want to miss!
OVER 30% OFF – $9.83 IN SAVINGS

*Must present valid ID (proof of residence). Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Only available for tickets onsite. Tickets must be used at time of purchase. Offer only valid during regular operating hours
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Great deal, too bad our last trip was only a few weeks ago. It loses it's magic of you go too often.
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Apr 13, 2006
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Damn it...paid 20.99 last December and still have my tickets :(
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This is the price it should be most of the times. Regular price is a stretch for the amount of time one spends there. I think we will see more of these "deals" as time goes by and Ripley's loses it's newness.
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Meh... it needs more attractions, exhibits, and house more marine animals for the price of admission. I went to Shedd Aquarium at Chicago, Illinois and the experience was great with many exhibits and live shows!
I hope this place doesn't end up like Marineland or Ontario Place in the next 5 years.
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darkprince wrote: Meh... it needs more attractions, exhibits, and house more marine animals for the price of admission. I went to Shedd Aquarium at Chicago, Illinois and the experience was great with many exhibits and live shows!
I hope this place doesn't end up like Marineland or Ontario Place in the next 5 years.
The live feeding times aren't too bad and fun to watch. The kids love the feeding in the rainbow reef tank, where the person puts food on their head and invites kids to take selfies through the glass (lol). The shark feeding is neat to watch from within the tunnel too. Would be nice if there was more going on though.. The deal is pretty hot, especially if you go when its not too busy (after dinner or early)
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Do the tickets expire?

Edit

Actually looks like you can't buy online for future use :(
[OP]
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jerryhung wrote: 5 days left

OP's could re-phrase the title better to say [Ontario Residents Only, until 7/26]
That would save many people from clicking

Updated title as per your suggestion.

Thanks!
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FYI - it also 50% off all the time for people that work/volunteer in tourism (hotels, tour companies, etc). Ask your employer about the Reciprocal Agreement, it covers lots of cool attractions in Toronto. Can PM me your email if you need the spreadsheet showing whole list of discounts.

The following forms of ID will be acceptable for attraction offers:
Valid ID Employee Card, Current Pay Stub, Business Card and / or Letter from Employer on Letterhead
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Nov 17, 2003
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Thanks. Wonder how parking will be with pan am going on.
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Thanks OP. Any one know if you can buy these in the morning and head there in the afternoon or do you have to use them right when you buy them?
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coolteam wrote: Thanks OP. Any one know if you can buy these in the morning and head there in the afternoon or do you have to use them right when you buy them?
You have to buy the ticket and use it at the same time.
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Finally a break for residents.
Usually you go to other places and they have discounts for their own citizens/residents, be it skiing slopes in Quebec, museums in other countries.
In Cuba a citizen pays 10-25 times less for music events, musems, zoos, etc.

But not here in Ontario. Ontario is bent on equality.
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methyl wrote: Finally a break for residents.
Usually you go to other places and they have discounts for their own citizens/residents, be it skiing slopes in Quebec, museums in other countries.
In Cuba a citizen pays 10-25 times less for music events, musems, zoos, etc.

But not here in Ontario. Ontario is bent on equality.
Agreed... it should be $20 for Ontarians, and $5 for Torontonians. :P I've often wondered why as a citizen of Toronto that I should have to pay the outrageous tourist rates to take the elevator up the CN Tower as well.
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Make it an even $ 20 for Christ's sake .

Can you show your OHIP card as proof of residence..but there is no address on it ..but since you have it usually you must be an ON resident.
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booradleysmart wrote: Make it an even $ 20 for Christ's sake .

Can you show your OHIP card as proof of residence..but there is no address on it ..but since you have it usually you must be an ON resident.
They may not take an OHIP card because it has sensitive information on it. I'm not sure though.

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