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Super savings at South Florida attractions for Memorial Day weekend


This Memorial Day weekend, you might be looking for something fun to do. Here are some savings ideas for now, and for summer:

MIAMI SEAQUARIUM: Save 40 percent doff admission to celebrate the Miami Heat's advancement to the NBA Finals when you wear your Heat Gear and mention the offer at the box office.

SUMMER SAVINGS PASS: Get unlimited visits to Zoo Miami, Miami Seaquarium, Lion Country Safari and The Museum of Discovery and Science for four months with the Summer Savings Pass. Buy a pass for $54.95 plus tax for adults and $44.95 plus tax for kids and make unlimited trips to each park through Sept. 30.

DAVE & BUSTER'S: Get $10 in free game play with a coupon; it expires on May 31.

RAPIDS WATER PARK: Pay full price admission ($38.95 + tax) to the West Palm Beach attraction on Saturday through Monday and receive a voucher good for a free visit in June.

FORT LAUDERDALE HOME SHOW: Save $2 off admission to the show on Friday-Monday at the Broward County Convention Center.

SUPER SUMMER SAVINGS CARD: Print the card to get 2-for-1 visits to the South Florida museums, Butterfly World Museum of Art, take in the Polynesian revue at the Mai-Kai, visit the Coral Springs Museum of Art, or go scuba diving or snorkeling at eight South Florida locations. Perhaps you'd rather get in 18 holes at Orangebrook Golf & Country Club in Hollywood. It's good until Sept. 30.

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Holy cow!.. I didn't realize how expensive Rapids is, even with the voucher.

Admission: $39.00 x 2
Parking: $10.00
Locker: $8.00

$96.00 for two people, good grief
I am surprised they don't charge a surcharge fee for water.
I can only imagine what a can of soda/ water costs ($4.00?)

Not only that, but I think it is only 20% water! The other parts must be 40% pee and 40% chlorine. My son went there years ago and said the "water" was yellow! Completely ghetto, drive the extra hour up to the Disney parks, much, much nicer!

I am looking to buy a pass for rapids water park - one will be given for a free return tripin the month of June - you get it free ... but I will gladly pay a small price for it (about $10) this might help ease your wallet pain ... email me at I live in Broward county. - Thanks guys *_*

Rapids Waterpark is outrages as far as pricing. Miami Grapeland water park a.k.a. Black Beard's Beach is free to children younger than 3, $5 for kids aged 4 - 13, $7 for city residents 14 and older and $10 for non-city residents 14 and older. Park is located at 1550 NW 37 Avenue, Miami, FL 33126

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