Target Free Family Fun Day at Woodruff | Circus discounts | Mall of Georgia coupons

UPDATE: The deal is still active, but the tickets through are sold out.

Circus discounts

When it comes to the circus, millions of fans — young and old — have an endless fascination with the animals in the show. The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is coming to the Gwinnett Arena and tickets to the event are 50 percent off when you use this deal through Half Off Atlanta. The regularly-priced $26 tickets are $13 for shows on Sept. 10 and Sept. 11. Tickets must be purchased by Aug. 29. Arrive one hour early for the all-access pre-show that is free with your specially-priced ticket.

There’s another way to save as well, with this offer through All tickets are 50 percent off, ranging from $7.50 to $27.50. A service fee will be added onto the price of each ticket.

Mall of Georgia coupons

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Target Free Family Fun Day the Woodruff Arts Centre

This is a date you’ll want to bookmark: Oct. 10 is Target Free Family Fun Day at the Woodruff Arts Center. Family programming will be offered at each of the Center’s divisions: The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art and Young Audiences. Every event throughout the day, from noon to 5 p.m., is free. To register and for more information about what each division will offer, click here.

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August 25th, 2010
6:32 pm

After not caring all my life and not really caring now, I will say that the circus pretty much adds up to animal cruelty. Rodeos are the same. Bet they would all be fine in Spain, Peru, Mexico and other backwards states where you can kill a bull in a ring surrounded by spectators.


August 25th, 2010
7:33 pm

Michael: Lots of Americans enjoy the circus and rodeos so you’re implying the USA is also a backward country.


August 25th, 2010
9:31 pm

As I have gotten older, I don’t care for the circus so much either. I feel really badly for the animals every time I see them. My daughter still enjoys it, so we go. As a kid I thought it was magical, so I don’t want to spoil it for her. She’s almost 13, so I imagine that pretty soon she will lose interest. FYI, I hit that link and there was nothing about circus tickets on Half Off Atlanta.


August 25th, 2010
9:57 pm

Everytime I look up a for savings in the Atlanta Bargain Hunter, there’s nothing I can use. I think I’ll take it off my Facebook page.


August 26th, 2010
8:06 am

Come on people. It’s 2010. No need to pay for wild animals to be beaten and chained up.
Do a search for Ringling Beats Animals and you’ll see some of the most horrifying images of baby elephants being beaten and tied down with ropes. I wouldn’t go even if that show were free!


August 26th, 2010
8:08 am

Circus ticket $7.50 , ticket fee $7.90 – So much for truth in advertising.


August 26th, 2010
9:03 am

I got nothing when I went to half off atlanta either. Please help. My dear friend lost his parents last week and his wife tragically lost hers a month ago as well. They have a sweet little girl and we would love to give them tickets to go and live in the happy moment just to escape their pain for a little while.

Rana Cash

August 26th, 2010
3:49 pm

@Bob and @Christy. I will check on this for you. The deal was active earlier this week, so thank you for bringing this to my attention. It should be active until Aug. 29th. Please return in the morning and I will have this confirmed. Also, there is a 50% off deal through

Rana Cash

August 26th, 2010
4:18 pm

Hey guys, I just checked with the folks who offered this deal just let me know that the tickets for this special sold out. The deal is still available.


August 27th, 2010
12:35 pm

Please don’t support circuses that use animals. Elephants, big cats and other animals in circuses suffer. Displaying big cats in unnatural situations like the circus and other exhibits does not educate the public about the plight of cats in the wild, nor does it help conserve their habitat in the wild. Cats in circuses travel in tiny, barren cages, and are often exposed to extreme temperatures with little protection. They are often beaten and coerced to perform through fear of abuse. They are forced to perform acts that are unnatural, confusing, and often painful for them. When they can no longer perform, they are discarded, killed, or sent to canned hunts. Visit


August 30th, 2010
10:08 pm

I don’t like the circus simply because I don’t like clowns. They scare me!