“Now through June 18, get a free adult combo ticket (valued at $113 plus tax) that includes same-day admission to Legoland Florida Theme Park and Legoland Water Park with the purchase of a full-price child’s ticket,” Legoland said in a press release announcing the promotion. “This limited-time offer is valid for visits through Sept. 4, 2017, which includes Legoland Knight Lights, our signature summertime event taking place every weekend in July, plus Tuesday, July 4.”
“Guests can receive a maximum of three free adult tickets with the purchase of three children’s tickets per transaction,” Legoland said. “Please note that guests must select a specific date for their visit when redeeming this online offer.”
The offer cannot be applied to pre-purchased, discounted tickets, annual passes or combined with any other offers, and additional restrictions may apply, Legoland said.
McDonald’s restaurants across Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast are treating dads to a FREE breakfast this Father’s Day (June 18).
The promotion, which is available during morning breakfast hours at 84 participating McDonald’s restaurants in the Palm Beach-Treasure Coast area, includes a free breakfast sandwich or breakfast extra value meal with a choice of a small orange juice, coffee or soft drink.
The list features the top 10 places in the world to view African wildlife outside of Africa. Lion Country, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, took the 10th spot on Zoo Nation’s list — a ranking it is using to help draw out-of-town visitors to its drive-through zoo.
“Home to over 900 animals, Lion Country Safari is Florida’s only drive-through and walk-through Safari and was America’s first “cageless” zoo,” Zoo Nation said on its website. “With about five miles of road to drive on, visitors to the park get as close to African animals as you can get without touching them. With thrilling animals such as lions, rhinos, giraffes, and ostriches, driving through the savanna at Lion Country Safari will be sure to give visitors an incredible look at the beautiful animals of Africa.”
Other exhibits on the list include: Harambe Wildlife Preserve at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando; Serengeti Plain at Bush Gardens in Tampa; and the East African Savanna at Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, China.
But the top spot went to the African Plains exhibit at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.
The award is presented to an individual or organization that has a major impact on tourism.
The award is named after a Spanish ship that sank off the coast in the 1880s. The crew sold its cargo of coconuts to people who planted them along the waterfront. Ultimately, that’s how Palm Beach got its name.
The event coincides with Florida’s popular back-to-school sales tax holiday, which runs from Aug.5-7. During the three-day weekend, shoppers won’t be charged the state’s 6 percent sale tax on certain school-related items.
From August 5- 14, shoppers who spend $100 at CityPlace stores will get $10 back. Those who spend $150, will get $20 back, according to a representative for the retail hub.