From Best Travel Coupon Guide
Spokane, Washington is the second largest city in the state. Consumers that are planning a Spokane vacation, but don't want to shell out the high costs of lodging, entertainment, and dining, may want to use Spokane coupons and discounts to help ease the costs. Printable coupons and coupon codes are available online and through local coupon mailers, tourist publications, or coupon books.
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|Airport||Spokane International Airport (GEG)Spokane International Airport (|
|Alternate airport(s)||Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport (PUW)|
|Parking rates||Average $1-$1.50 an hou, or $4-$5 a day|
|Visitor center address||801 West Riverside, Suite 301, Spokane, Washington 99201|
|Visitor center phone||888-Spokane|
Spokane Coupons and Free Offers
- The Spokane Entertainment Coupon Book includes discounts for use at local attractions, restaurants, and retailers. Offers in the 2012 book include:
- Valpak coupons for the Spokane area are good at various city merchants, including Pizza Rita, Firestone Complete Car Care, and Northwest Beauty Supply & Salon.
Spokane Discounts and Deals
- Hotels and resorts in Spokane advertise discounted hotel rates and vacation packages for visitors. Current offers include the following:
- The Davenport Hotel and Tower - The "Break Away and Stay" package includes an overnight stay, free valet parking, and complimentary limited Town Car use.
- Doubletree Hotel City Center - Through October 1, 2012, guests who book their stays well in advance can save up to 20 percent on regular room rates.
- The Montvale Hotel - The "Escape to the Movies" package features overnight accommodations, free breakfast for two, a $30 gift card, and two tickets for use at AMC Theaters.
- Law enforcement, teachers (k-12), firefighters, health care professionals, and military personnel can all save money when buying or selling a home in Spokane through the Spokane Homes for Heroes program. This program is sponsored by a group of real estate professionals throughout the city, who provide savings for these 'heroes' in the form of discounted lender fees and/or reduced commissions. To learn more about the program, which was started after the attacks on September 11, 2001, visitors can call 888-852-2237 or visit the official Spokane Homes for Heroes website.
- AAA members receive discounts on a variety of attractions and stores in Spokane. These include a $1 discount on IMAX tickets and carousel rides at Riverfront Park, a 15 percent discount on admission to the Spokane Symphony, and 10 percent off at Auntie Anne's Pretzels.
- Members of AARP qualify for special limited time offers in the Spokane area. These discounts are updated regularly. Previous offers have included a 64 percent discount on CrossFit classes at CrossFit 509.
Free Spokane Attractions and Events
Visitors that want to check out Spokane for free may want to visit some of the following attractions and sites:
- The Finch Arboretum offers free admission, and includes over 2,000 trees, flowers, and shrubs for visitors to enjoy. This includes dogwoods, magnolias, hibiscus, and more.
- Manito Park is a 90-acre park that is free to the public, and includes playgrounds, bike paths, a duck pond, a conservatory, and five gardens.
- The Folsom Farm Site is free to the public, and is an early 20th century home that features a renovated marsh, and an overlook where visitors can see such wildlife as deer, amphibians, waterfowl, and more.
- Spokane Falls is a natural waterfall located in the middle of Riverfront Park. The city recommends that visitors tour the falls in the spring when the falls are strongest from the winter run-off.
Spokane, Washington was first incorporated on November 29, 1881, and was originally called Spokan Falls. The city added an "e" to Spokan, and dropped the Falls, and by 1891 was referred to as Spokane. The city offers a variety of sites and attractions for locals and visitors alike, including Riverfront Park, Mobius Kids Museum, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, and Mount Spokane.