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Arizona joined the United States in 1912 and recorded a population of 6.5 million residents in 2008. The state covers nearly 114,000 square miles and borders several other U.S. states, including California, Nevada, and Utah. Arizona deals offer savings on hotel accommodations, museum visits, and attractions in the state. Select visitors such as members of AAA Auto Club, senior citizens, and young children may be eligible for special deals at these facilities.
|Major attractions||3-4 of the largest attractions in the state|
|Grand Canyon, Arizona Science Center, Phoenix Zoo||Phoenix|
|Official tourism office||Arizona Guide: (866)275-5816|
Many Arizona attractions feature coupons, discounts, and special offers for guests. The miniature golf attraction Golf N' Stuff posts printable coupons on its website that offer dollars off All Park Passes and four-packs of unlimited use passes. Guests who want to visit the Pima Air Museum may bring children aged six and younger for free. The museum also offers discounted admission to seniors, Pima County residents, and members of the United States military.
At the Wild West-themed attraction Old Tucson, tourists who are members of AAA Auto Club get a 10 percent discount on admission. The attraction also features special rates for Arizona residents who show a valid form of ID.
Arizona Hotel Deals
Hilton hotel locations in Arizona feature special room discounts for select guests. Members of AAA Auto Club qualify for a 10 percent discount on the Best Available Rate. At Best Western hotels throughout Arizona, guests who sign up for the Best Western Rewards MasterCard earn points on their hotel stays that they can redeem for future nights or discounts on perks.
Arizona City Deals
Visitors to the city of Phoenix may take advantage of several coupon offers to save on area attractions. At the Phoenix Art Museum, guests receive free admission on Wednesday evenings and the first Friday of each month. Phoenix library cardholders qualify for the free Culture Pass, which includes two free admissions to several attractions, including the Arizona Science Center, the Phoenix Zoo, the Children's Museum of Phoenix, and the Arizona Museum of Natural History.
In Tucson, visitors who purchase the local Entertainment Coupon Book receive coupons that are good for discounts and free items at many area businesses. The 2012 book offers such deals as free admission to the Downtown History Museum, $15 off a purchase of $75 at The Gap, and up to $20 off a ticket to the Southern Arizona Symphony.
Arizona Office of Tourism:Adventure Travel