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Everyone loves the sun (and a great deal!) – Coupon Alert! – EXPIRED

Posted by on Sep 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

Everyone loves the sun! (and a great deal!) It’s been a phenomenal summer since the Fourth of July. Seattle is reaching for the record books with 46 days without rain! We’d like to keep this great weather going, so we’re going to put good vibes out there! Starting on Monday, September 10, when you purchase tickets online and enter coupon code: KEEPTHESUN, you’ll get $3 off adult tickets and $2 off child tickets at our 5th Avenue and Broad Street location. It’s only valid Monday through Thursday for tours departing before 11am or after 4pm through September 27, 2012, so book now and keep the sun shining! Here’s the fine print: This coupon is valid only for tours departing from Ride the Ducks of Seattle’s 5th Avenue & Broad Street location at 9:20a, 9:40a, 10a, 10:20a, 10:40a, 4:20p, 4:40p, 5p, 5:20p, 5:40p and 6p on Monday through Thursday through September 27, 2012. Not all tour times may be available on all days. Reservations must be made in advance online with coupon code: KEEPTHESUN. No cash value. Cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. Discount does not apply to previous purchases.  Limited number of seats available. Discount not available to walk-up...

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The Puyallup Fair (Seattle Fun Fact #78)

Posted by on Sep 6, 2012 in Uncategorized

Get Your Happy On! The Puyallup Fair is going on now through September 23rd with a fantastic line-up of exhibits, entertainment, rodeo cowboys and an impressive concert series! Willie Nelson, Tim McGraw, Enrique Iglesias, Train and more! If that’s not enough, carnival rides and FAIR FOOD! Photo: Seattle...

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SCUBA Diving (Seattle Fun Fact #77)

Posted by on Sep 5, 2012 in Uncategorized

Admit it, you got certified in Cancun and haven’t even thought about diving in Washington! Did you know the PNW is full of great dive sites from the shore or a boat? With a little luck, you might see a giant Pacific octopus, wolf eels or the elusive 6-gill shark! You can dive steep sheer walls, natural and artificial rocky reefs, ship wrecks and diver-friendly, underwater parks like Edmonds Underwater Park! Just a few miles north of Seattle, here you can explore a sunken pick-up truck, a cash register, abandoned boats and old pieces of the 520 Bridge! All covered in sealife! Photo: Edmonds Underwater...

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