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Save on admission to the Florida Strawberry Festival

Posted Feb 20, 2012 by Janine Dorsey

Updated Feb 20, 2012 at 05:08 PM

If you have a hankering for some strawberry shortcake you should start making your plans to attend the Florida Strawberry Festival.

The festival opens March 1 and runs through March 11 at 303 North Lemon St. in Plant City.

Advance ticket sales are going on now at Bay area Sweetbay stores.

By purchasing gate admission in advance, festival attendees can save $2 off the regular adult admission price of $10 and $1 off the youth price (ages 6 -12). Children ages 5 and younger are admitted free.

There are also other ways to save, by attending special discount days:

Senior Citizens’ Days - March 1 and 8: Patrons age 60 and older get $2 off gate admission.

Kids’ Day - March 3: All kids through high school age are admitted free. There’s also a free kids Suite Caroline concert on the Wish Farms Soundstage at 1 p.m.

Ride-A-Thon Days -  March 5, 6, 7 and 8: Purchase a wristband for $19 (regularly $25) and ride unlimited on most mechanical rides during certain hours. 

Red Hat Day - March 6: Red hat wearers will receive $2 off the regular gate admission.

American Heroes Day- March 7: Free admission is offered to all active, reserve and retired military members along with law enforcement officers and firefighters. Valid ID is required.

Farm Worker Appreciation Day - March 10: Farm workers should contact their employer for a voucher for free gate admission to the festival.

Tampa Tribune Day on the Midway - March 9: Save $2 off the regular price of $20 for the Fun Pack Ride coupon book.

Once you’re inside the gates, make sure to check out the daily schedule of free entertainment the festival offers.

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