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[Ripleys Aquarium] 30% OFF ONLINE EXPRESS ANYTIME TICKETS!‏

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[Ripleys Aquarium] 30% OFF ONLINE EXPRESS ANYTIME TICKETS!‏

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30% off
Expiry:
December 28, 2015
Same deal as last year
This year has the one-year/365 days condition
I bought some in Dec 2014, haven't even used them... but I don't see any expiry on the tickets itself, does anybody know?
EDIT: now I read it again, my ticket do have a SMALL line saying they expire 1 year from purchase date, boo @@ $60 wasted

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Get 30% OFF Express Anytime Tickets NOW! This offer is only available now through Monday, December 28th. Buy now, swim by later! Tickets are valid for one year from the date of purchase, no reservations required.

Take advantage of these JAWSome savings before tickets run out – there are only a limited number available! Buy Online!

Reel ‘em in quick before this exclusive deal swims away!
Buy link
https://www.ripleyaquariums.com/canada/ ... oxingDay15

Expiry
* Express Anytime Tickets are VERY LIMITED! Only available while supplies last. Cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. Only available for online anytime tickets.
Sale valid December 26, 2015 at 12:00am EST - December 28, 2015 at 11:59pm EST. Offer only valid during regular operating hours. Up to 6 tickets per transaction.

Adult: $20.99
Youth 6-13: $13.99

Children 3-5: $6.99
Senior 65+: $13.99
+ $4 convenience (BS) fee

https://www.ripleyaquariums.com/canada/visit/faqs/
Anytime tickets are valid for any day, any time- no reservation required. These tickets may be purchased at the aquarium and make perfect gifts as they are valid for one year from date of purchase.

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Dec 19, 2005
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Man so expensive 82.99 for a family of 4 crazyness its still a good deal tho, I will buy my tickets from Costco for other attractions in Toronto such as the rom, Toronto zoo, Ontario science centre and it would be more cheaper than this thanks op for the post
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Seems like a good deal, thanks! Does anyone know if they get cheaper than this throughout the year?
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Bought 2 tickets. Thank you. Just a note - they charge almost $4 'convenience fee', what a BS.
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the convenience fee sucks of course. They should charge less if anything for online purchases
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thanks. ordered 2 tickets
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Nov 25, 2013
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Oh my god.... You have to provide names for these tickets?

I bought two and haven't decided with whom I will go with...

Geez... This is really bad...
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I want my money back!!!

I don't have a name to file in right now for my second ticket!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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sassysue wrote: Man so expensive 82.99 for a family of 4 crazyness
With prices like $21 for adults and $14 for kids, it doesn't seem much worse than tickets to a movie.
ViperZ wrote:Just a note - they charge almost $4 'convenience fee', what a BS.
I take it you don't buy many tickets for concerts and other similar events (Ticketmaster/Ticketweb, Ticketflly, Sound Rink, et al.)? Because that sort of thing has been going on since before there was even intarwebs, lol. "Convenience", "Service", and "Venue" fees are just some of the many names they think up to make prices look lower until you have to hand them over the money.
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I was planning on going in the coming week, Bonus. Ordered 4.
Thanks OP
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Wait, I'm not getting a form to enter names for the ticket holders. Anyone know if ticket usage is constrained by the name given?

Also, what is the normal price? $30.99? Is that the total or the pre-HST cost?
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bookmate wrote: Oh my god.... You have to provide names for these tickets?

I bought two and haven't decided with whom I will go with...

Geez... This is really bad...

It says perfect for gifts. I don't think you are limited by providing your name. Are you getting a form asking who the ticket is for?
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nanobu wrote: Wait, I'm not getting a form to enter names for the ticket holders. Anyone know if ticket usage is constrained by the name given?

Also, what is the normal price? $30.99? Is that the total or the pre-HST cost?
It's in my OP. Adult is $30 regular, $20 on sale, all before tax I think
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Went once, left totally disappointed. This place could have been so much more but as it stands it is no where near a world class aquarium. Not a bad distraction for the kiddies I suppose.
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Good place to take a date though ;)
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jerryhung wrote: It's in my OP. Adult is $30 regular, $20 on sale, all before tax I think
Do you think the tickets are limited? A couple people above mentioned needing to put a name. Can the tickets be used by anyone?
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bookmate wrote: Oh my god.... You have to provide names for these tickets?

I bought two and haven't decided with whom I will go with...

Geez... This is really bad...
You can buy the tickets now but print the tickets, and provide the names, whenever you are ready to use them.
They send you an email, with a link to print the tickets, after you place an order.
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$20.99 is still expensive, but never went there so tempted. Allo my friends recommend it

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