Ways to Save on Pools and Water Parks This Summer!

It has been predicted that summer of 2010 will be one of the hottest. There are many ways to cool down without spending a fortune.

  • Visit the water park on a week day. Try to visit the water park on week days. Weekends are the busiest days for water parks, so they are also more expensive. Entry will be cheaper on a week day to attract more business.
  • Get a season pass to the water park.  Investing in a season pass is a smart decision and will save money in the long-run if you plan on visiting the water park often. Most of the time, a season pass pays for itself in about two visits.
  • Join a gym with a pool. Instead of having a membership to the health club and then also joining your local pool for the summer, combine the two together to save some money.

Have any other suggestions for cost-effective ways to cool off this summer? Let us know below!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Cedric says:

    If you were like me, you were the smart one and purchased a season pass to the theme and water parks. Season passes pay for themselves very quickly if you are attending the parks regularly on a daily basis.

  2. Robin says:

    These are really great ideas! I never thought of these tips, but I will definitely keep them in mind when trying to be more budget friendly in this miserable summer heat.

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