Don't miss our week of holiday deals!

Published December 01, 2010

Swim into a sea of savings with the National Aquarium’s Week of Holiday Deals! Our online holiday deals are back, and this year we’re diving deep for discounts on Aquarium everything including gift tickets, gift memberships and winter experiences.

Starting Monday, December 6, we’ll offer a new discount each day towards an online purchase. Each offer is valid for one day only at aqua.org and a special promo code is required.* Look for deals on everything from half-priced gift tickets for 2010 to discounts on Behind the Scenes tours. Total value is over $250 in discounts!

Now, here’s the twist…

Each deal and promo code will ONLY arrive through the National Aquarium’s official Facebook and Twitter communities. Not a fan? Not a follower? Not a problem!

Become a fan on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter!

Once you’re connected, look for the first deal and promo code to arrive Monday, December 6 at 9:00 a.m.

It’s savings made simple and gifts made easy, so get connected today. And remember, a gift from the Aquarium is not only a unique present, but helps support our efforts in marine animal rescue, habitat restoration, education in our schools and in the care of more than 16,000 animals.

Happy holidays!

*Promotion ends December 12, 2010. Offers through the National Aquarium Week of Holiday Deals are only valid from 9:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. (EST) on the specific day. Offer valid on items purchased online at aqua.org only. For full rules visit www.aqua.org/holidaygifts.html. 

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