To kick off the 2015 season, the State Fair has begun selling general admission tickets, food and ride coupons, as well as tickets to the 11th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards. All tickets are available to order online today at their website.
The wait is over – State Fair fans can now purchase their general admission tickets online, along with tickets for children and seniors. Priced at $18, general admission to the Fair includes hundreds of daily shows, concerts, activities and exhibits, all at no extra cost. The Fair offers $14 admission for children under 48 inches in height and seniors age 60 and older, with free admission for children age 2 and under. Also available online, fairgoers can purchase a State Fair of Texas Season Pass for $39.99, which includes 24-day admission as well as a variety of special pass-holder benefits. Buy now and save $10 on the 2015 Season Pass by using promo code BIGTEX.
For the first time in 129 years, you can save even more when you purchase a Season Pass Combo Pack. This pack includes two Season Passes and 120 food and ride coupons, all for just $99. You save $40 when you buy this Combo Pack. Other ticket and coupon packages, ranging from 15% to 30% in savings.
Save up to 39% on tickets when you bring your group. If you are attending the Fair with a group larger than 20 people, advance group discount tickets are available.
For those of you not wanting to buy online, don’t worry – tickets will still be available for purchase at all State Fair admission gates, starting September 25th.
Be one of the first people to taste the food made by the finalists at the 11th Annual Big Tex Choice Awards food competition – Sunday, August 30 at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are available online for just $100, with a limited amount of seats available. The Big Tex Choice Awards will be held in the Tower Building at Fair Park. Don’t miss out on the fun – buy your ticket now before they are gone.
All proceeds from the Big Tex Choice Awards ceremony will be donated to the State Fair of Texas Youth Scholarship Program. Over its 23 year history, the Youth Scholarship Program has provided scholarships to more than 1,600 students for a total of more than $4.5 million. Eligible recipients include graduating high school seniors from around the state of Texas who have competed in State Fair livestock events, as well as graduating seniors from five Fair Park area schools – Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School, James Madison, Lincoln, North Dallas and Woodrow Wilson High Schools. Due to the event’s charitable cause, a portion of each ticket is tax-deductible. Last year, ticket sales for the Big Tex Choice Awards raised more than $18,000 to be donated to the Youth Scholarship Fund.