Water Park of America 2015 deals & discounts.
Discount passes and a coupon are available for Water Park of America: The Nation’s Largest Indoor Water Park, in Bloomington, MN. These discount offers really add up when you’re taking the family to the Park. The source of this offer just added more tickets, and they are valid for use any day you want to use them through July of 2015. You don’t need to pick in advance, so if you change your mind, no problem.
DEAL: Water Park of America All-Day Pass Discount 47% Off — $19.98 (reg. $39.95). You don’t need a coupon for this offer. But you’ll need to sign in by email with the ticket source who works with the Water Park to bring you this offer. Then find the deal featured on their Minneapolis deals page.
COUPON: The coupon from WaterPark of America is no longer available but I’ll post a link to the next one here. NOTE: the deal above is actually better than their coupons. Other sites that say they have coupons are usually just showing the expired ones.
WHEN: With this offer your tickets a good for any date now through July 2015. (You don’t have to pick in advance.)
WHERE: Water Park of America, 1700 E. American Blvd., Bloomington MN 55425. (Located in the Radisson Hotel Bloomington by Mall of America).
SAVVY TIPS: Visitors to the Water Park say …
- Parking is free and plentiful.
- You can rent lockers for $6, but they’re small, so you might want to limit what you bring in and leave the rest in the trunk of your car.
- You can buy food there, but it isn’t cheap, so you might want to eat before you go, or bring snacks.
- Small towels are provided, and you can trade your wet towels for dry ones.
- Best tip: change in the hotel lobby bathroom.
Water Park of America features:
- Minnesota’s only Flow Rider Surf Simulator.
- The Lake Superior wave pool.
- America’s longest indoor family raft ride, which is ten stories tall and over a mile long.
- Several body and tube slides.
- Activity pools with hoops, nets and balancing logs.
- Fort Snelling play area for smaller children featuring numerous places to climb, slide, and have fun; including a large bucket dumping 500 gallons of water every two and a half minutes.