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Atlanta is the largest city in the state of Georgia. The city is home to attractions such as Zoo Atlanta, CNN headquarters, the Georgia Aquarium, Six Flags Over Georgia, High Museum, and the World of Coca-Cola.[1] Atlanta local deals, discounts, and coupons are available for attractions, hotels, restaurants, and rental cars. Available offers include reduced admission rates for local attractions, coupons for area merchants inside the Atlanta Entertainment Coupon Book, and attraction packages such as the Atlanta CityPASS.


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Airport Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta Airport (ATL)[2]
Alternate airport Middle Georgia Regional MCN Airport[2]
Hotel rates $39-$500+[3]
Parking rates $5-$20 per day
Visitor center address 233 Peachtree Street, NE Suite 1400 Atlanta, GA 30303[4]
Visitor center phone 800-ATLANTA[4]
Author Allison Hughes
 

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Atlanta Coupons and Free Offers

  • Valpak coupons for the Atlanta area offer savings on purchases from local businesses. These discounts include coupons for Midas Car Care, Little Szechuan Chinese Cuisine, and Sal Grosso Brazilian Steakhouse.[5]
  • The Atlanta Convention and Visitor's Bureau offers information on free attractions around the city. These include the free Jim Henson exhibit at the Center for Puppetry Arts, free swimming at Grant Park, and free tours of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Historic Site.[6]

Atlanta Discounts and Deals

  • Members of AARP are entitled to savings at stores and restaurants in Atlanta, including Dunkin Donuts, Denny's, and Regal Entertainment Group.[9]
  • AAA members save on select attractions or at certain hotels when they present their membership card. For example, members qualify for a discounted admission rate of $10 per adult to the Atlanta Braves Museum and Hall of Fame. AAA members also save $4 on the Value Pass at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History.[10]

Georgia Aquarium Coupons

How visitors can save on admission to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta

About Atlanta

Founded in 1837, Atlanta, Georgia was originally called Marthasville. Today, it is home to over 420,000 people in the city proper, and over four million in the metro area.[11] Visitors to the city can check out several of the local sights such as Piedmont Park, the Margaret Mitchell House, Turner Field, the Georgia Dome, and the Atlanta History Center.[12] Luxury hotels in the city include the Four Seasons Atlanta, the Loews Atlanta hotel, and the Ritz Carlton Atlanta.

Also See: Six Flags Over Georgia Deals, World of Coca-Cola Deals, High Museum of Art Deals, Georgia Aquarium Deals, Center for Puppetry Arts Deals, Interactive Neighborhood for Kids Deals, Children's Museum of Atlanta Deals, Fernbank Museum of Natural History Deals

References

  1. http://www.atlantaga.gov/Visitors/Attractions.aspx
  2. 2.0 2.1 http://www.ifly.com/atlanta-area-airports
  3. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g60898-Atlanta_Georgia-Hotels.html
  4. 4.0 4.1 http://www.atlanta.net/
  5. http://www.valpak.com/coupons/query?geo=Atlanta,+GA
  6. http://www.atlanta.net/visitors/seedo/freeAtlanta.html
  7. http://atlanta.entertainment.com/discount/browse.shtml
  8. http://www.citypass.com/atlanta
  9. http://discounts.aarp.org/savings/food-andamp;-wine/uSource/MTTCO/categoryId/150
  10. http://ww2.aaa.com/travel2/sycs/memberDiscountsSearchResults.xhtml?dt=1353694816307&appcontext=aaaDotCom&office=998&app=aaaDotCom&location=CITY%7CUSA026010%7CAtlanta%7CATL%7CUS&association=AAA&recache=&club=14&lang=EN&memid=&conversationId=472
  11. http://www.atlantaga.gov/Visitors/History.aspx
  12. http://www.atlantaga.gov/Visitors/Attractions.aspx