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Huge sale on sports, theater tickets and more

Venues are hoping you'll want to buy tickets as holiday gifts.

By Teresa Mears Dec 10, 2009 4:44PM

You’re probably not thinking about baseball games and theme parks right now.

 

But TravelZoo has just published news about a huge nationwide sale on Broadway shows, Las Vegas shows, sporting events, theme park passes and more, in the hope that you might want to buy some of these tickets as holiday gifts. I know I’d rather have tickets to a concert or play than a bat-shaped candy dish or yet another scented candle.

 

Here are some of the highlights of the sale:

Deals also include discounted tickets to traveling shows, including Disney on Ice, “The Drowsy Chaperone” and Cirque du Soleil, plus Blue Man Group and Medieval Times in various locations.

Most of the tickets must be purchased by Dec. 24 but some of the deals have other deadlines.

 

To find deals in your area, click here and put in your ZIP code.

 

TravelZoo is a publisher of travel deals, but it also publishes information about discounted tickets to events in U.S. cities.

 

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