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Vacationers and locals looking to save money on Tucson area dining, shopping, and entertainment can use various Tucson Deals for dollars off deals, BOGO (Buy One, Get One) offers, and percentages off savings. Printable coupons and coupon codes are available online, and consumers can access deals through Tucson tourist publications, coupon mailers, or coupon books. Discounts are also available for seniors, groups, and AAA and AARP members.

Tucson, Arizona, is a popular tourist destination, offering numerous hotels, resorts, and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Once the largest city in Arizona, Tucson now has a population of over 518,000 people.[1]

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Airport Tucson International Airport (TUS)[2]
Alternate airports Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA) and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX)[2]
Hotel rates $58-$1,000+[3]
Parking rates $5 for most downtown lots[4]
Visitor center address 100 South Church Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701[5]
Visitor center phone 888-2-Tucson[5]
Author Allison Hughes


Tucson Coupons and Free Offers

  • Visitors can get coupons for local Tucson area restaurants, retail stores, services, and entertainment from coupon mailers like Valpak. In addition to their mailer coupons, Valpak also offers printable versions of their coupons on the official Valpak website.[6]
  • The Tucson Entertainment Coupon Book includes coupons for a variety of area attractions, including museums, sporting events, restaurants, and other businesses. Some coupons offered in the 2011 book include offers at Old Tucson Studios, Breakers Water Park, Funtasticks, Pump It Up, Tucson Children's Museum, and more.[7]
  • Tourists can pick up local tourist publications from area hotel lobbies and visitors centers to get coupons for a variety of area attractions, lodging, and dining.

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Tucson Discounts and Deals

  • Some Tucson attractions offer annual memberships for regular visitors. The Children's Museum of Tucson features yearly passes for individuals and families that begin at $60. Members receive unlimited admission to the museum for 365 days and also qualify for special promotions such as discounts on birthday parties and rentals at the museum.[8]
  • Active and retired military personnel, firefighters, police officers, and EMTs can save at a variety of area attractions. For example, the Pima Air and Space Museum offers a $2 discount for active and retired military members with a valid form of identification.[9] Details about special pricing for these visitors is available on Tucson attraction websites.
  • The Tuscon Entertainment Coupon Book includes discounts for use at local attractions, restaurants, and retailers. Offers available typically include savings at Arizona Balloon Safaris, Bedroxx Bowling, BlackAngus Steakhouse, Buckelew Farm Terror in the Corn, Downtown History Museum, El Rio-Trini Alvarez Golf Course, Invisible Theatre and Kitt Peak National Observatory.[10]

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About Tucson

Tucson, Arizona, also known as "The Old Pueblo," was incorporated as a city in 1853.[1] Popular attractions in the city include the Pima Air & Space Museum, the Reid Park Zoo, Tucson Botanical Garden, and the Kitt Peak National Observatory. Visitors may also enjoy a trip to natural wonders and historical sites such as the Sabino Canyon, Tohono Chul Park, and the Mission San Xavier del Bac.[11]

Also See: Golf N' Stuff Deals, Pima Air Museum Deals, Phoenix Deals, San Diego Deals, San Francisco Deals, Colorado Springs Deals, Denver Deals, El Paso Deals, Carnival Cruise Line Deals, Best Western Hotel Deals


  1. 1.0 1.1 http://www.bycitylight.com/cities/us-az-tucson-facts.php
  2. 2.0 2.1 http://www.travelmath.com/closest-airport/Tucson,+AZ
  3. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g60950-Tucson_Arizona-Hotels.html
  4. http://emol.org/tucson/downtown/parking.html
  5. 5.0 5.1 http://www.visittucson.org/
  6. http://www.valpak.com/coupons/search/TUCSON/AZ
  7. http://tucson.entertainment.com/discount/attractions.shtml
  8. http://www.childrensmuseumtucson.org/members/membership
  9. http://www.pimaair.org/view.php?pg=11
  10. http://tucson.entertainment.com/discount/atoz.shtml?startIndex=141
  11. http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g60950-Activities-Tucson_Arizona.html