SAVE on a Stone Mountain Annual Parking Pass

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While Snow Mountain may be behind us for the season, there’s still TONS of things to do this spring and summer at Stone Mountain park.  And to make your trips there much sweeter, enjoy this deal for a Stone Mountain Annual Parking Pass for just $32!  Use code FRESH20 to save an additional 20%, making the pass $25.6!  Without a parking pass, you pay $15 per visit per vehicle, so this will pay for itself in less than two trips!

P.S.  The code FRESH20 is good through the end of 3-12-15, and can be used up to three times for your account, so go check out other great deals, like Studio Movie Grill tickets, for example!  With code, you can get the movie tickets for $4.80 –  how cool is that!!

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Why Stone Mountain?  Because it’s your easy (and frugal) ticket to fun outdoor fitness and fun.  No, seriously, y’all, a
Stone Mountain Annual Parking Pass
includes access to:

Stone Mountain is MUST for all Atlantans, new and seasoned.  Securing this
annual parking pass
eases the cost of the trip, and provides for a great excuse to get outdoors and have some great fun!  What is your favorite thing to do at Stone Mountain?  Comment below.  🙂
Stone Mountain Annual Parking Pass - Stone-Mountain-Laser-Show

The Fine Print Expires Jan 3rd, 2016. Limit 1/person, may buy 1 as gift. Limit 1/household. Not valid toward previously purchased passes. Activation required by expiration on voucher; pass expires 12 months after activation month. Parking pass valid for public picnic areas, hiking/nature trails, playground, walk-up trail, Quarry exhibit, Confederate Hall Historical & Environmental Education Center, and Lasershow Spectacular (see calendar for Lasershow dates). Separate Adventure Pass required to access Park attractions. View trademark information. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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