Georgia has had a pretty cool spring, but we all know the hot weather is coming. If it gets too warm to play outside, there are plenty of places around the state to beat the heat by heading indoors. However, admission fees can add up. Here are some strategies to save money on indoor fun.
Get a Bank of America Card: The Bank of America Museums on Us program is your free ticket to museums, science centers, botanical gardens and more. There are four participants in Georgia, and more than 150 nationwide. In Georgia, you can visit the Atlanta History Center, Morris Museum of Art in Augusta, Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, and SCAD Museum of Art in Savannah. How does it work? Show your Bank of American credit or debit card at the entrance to any participating institution on the first weekend of every month for free admission for the cardholder.
Visit the Website: Go to the attraction’s website and look for a tab on specials or online deals. If there isn’t a specific tab, look under the pricing information. Sky Zone is a trampoline park with locations throughout Georgia. A quick search on their website returned a buy 10 visits for the price of eight, as well as several buy one, get one free deals. Andretti Indoor Karting & Games in Marietta has a Wild Wednesday special for adults 18 and up with half off activities and free arcade games.
Sign up for Free Programs: There are several industries that court kids during their summer break. Bowling lanes such as Stars and Strikes in Sandy Springs and Shamrock Bowling Center in Dublin offer two free games of bowling each day during the summer months for school-aged children. Parents can purchase a family pass for the adults that let them bowl with the kids, making it a family affair.
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