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Ticket deal offered for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus

Posted January 5, 2011

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus is returning to the RBC Center in Raleigh next month during its 200th anniversary celebration. And I wanted to share a discount code for some of the shows.

The circus will be here Wednesday, Feb. 9, to Sunday, Feb. 13. You can score tickets in the $15 and $23 price levels for $12 (plus the usual fees) using the code MBLOG11. It's good for the Thursday night show and both shows on Sunday. It worked the last time I checked.

Click here for details on the show. Once you choose the show you want to go to and click "buy tickets," be sure to enter the code where it says "enter offer code/password" under the blue bar.

And just to tease ... we'll be having a little contest for circus tickets shortly. So stay tuned.

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  • shall6 Jan 7, 2011

    You're welcome :)

    And moweaver ... you're not the first to take issue with those fees.

    Sarah

  • truthandhappiness Jan 6, 2011

    thanks for the code... just ordered my tickets and can't wait to go. :)

  • moppie Jan 6, 2011

    While I do appreciate the fact you posted a discount code for tickets, the cost of the fees totally shocked me. Yes, I was able to get 4 tickets to good seats for $48. But it was another $21 in fees. Am I the only one who thinks this is ridiculous??

  • bylagoon Jan 5, 2011

    Not even a free ticket to the circus could entice my family to attend. Our entire family love elephants, that is why we don’t go to circuses anymore, once we saw dozens of photos of Ringling’s current employees beating, shocking and jabbing their baby elephants to train them. We realized there’s no family fun to be had at an event that involves abusing and beating these majestic elephants to make them entertain us for a few minutes. The evidences that Ringling Bros uses a bull hook to torture, beat and wound their elephants all the time is overwhelming. My family was shocked and sickened that this kind of abuse still occurs disguised as wholesome family entertainment.
    If they were caught training their performing dogs like they train their performing tigers and elephants, they would be arrested, jailed, and fined for animal abuse.

  • shall6 Jan 5, 2011

    At your service :)

    Sarah

  • thestella2 Jan 5, 2011

    I was just talking about this today. I am planning on taking my daughter this year!!!