Medieval Times Canada

March 10

Medieval Times Coupon: BOGO Free Adult Admissions

Posted by on March 10, 2014 at 9:00 AM

Medieval Times Coupon: BOGO Free Adult Admissions

Use the promo code below to get buy one, get one free admission tickets online for Medieval Times. This promo code is only for adult admissions, and is limited to six tickets.

Click here to purchase your tickets @ Medievaltimes.com now

  • Coupon Code: SBWEB
  • Discount: Buy one, get one free adult admission tickets
  • Expiry: 31st March 2014

Do something fun this month and have a feast while you do it. Head to Medieval Times to watch jousting, horsemanship and falconry (and all that good stuff) right  before your very eyes. You’ll also munch on roast chicken with all the fixins and feel just like a royal in your seat. If you are planning on going this week, they have a special afternoon show on too and it looks like tickets are still available for all of the shows this week.

The regular admission price for adults is $65.95, so this coupon brings big time savings. If you were thinking of doing this, now is the time.

I’ve always wanted to do this, but it has never worked out for me. I think my boys would love it and the dinner sounds really good. I think it would be fun to go with a big group for a celebration.

Get all of your Medieval Times coupon codes from us!

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November 27

Medieval Times Promo Code For Black Friday: All Seats $32

Posted by on November 27, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Medieval Times Promo Code For Black Friday: All Seats $32

Medieval Times is having a Black Friday sale on seats, now only $32. This is a super deal because adults are normally $63.95 and children $40.95 so you are saving almost half on the adult price.

Click here to get your tickets @ Medievaltimes.com now

  • Coupon Code: BFDEAL
  • Discount: $32 seats
  • Expiry: 31st January 2014 – valid for shows until then but could sell out

This code is good for every show except the New Years Eve late show. Tickets to this show would be a cool stocking stuffer or fun to do over the Christmas break. I have a family of 5 and this normally would cost me $250, but with this deal we are only paying $160. Your savings are even better if it is just adults going.

I’ve never been but it looks like an exciting night and a good feast. You can’t get dinner for much cheaper than $32 a person, never mind a show on top of this. Your meal is not just a one-course meal either – it looks like appetizers, sides and dessert and non-alcoholic drinks are included too.

Before you book your tickets to any show like Medieval Times, always check the Bargainmoose forum for coupons.

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May 22

Medieval Times Canada Promo Code: $25 Off Adult & $6 Off Children Tickets

Posted by on May 22, 2013 at 4:30 PM

Medieval Times Canada Promo Code: $25 Off Adult & $6 Off Children Tickets

If you will be visiting the Toronto area (or select U.S. cities) this Summer, Medieval Times is a fun activity for the whole family. Right now, with this promo code, you’ll get $25 off adult tickets and $6 off children tickets, which is a really great deal. However, you have to go before May 27th. If you can’t go by then, not to worry, there is a promo code for $20 off adult tickets and $10 off children tickets as well.

Click here to start your experience @ Medievaltimes.com

  • Coupon Code: 2010WEB
  • Discount: $20 adult tickets, $10 off children’s tickets
  • Expiry: 27th May 2013
  • Coupon Code: MDWWEB
  • Discount: $25 off adult tickets, $6 off children’s tickets
  • Expiry: Unknown

Inside a real-looking Medieval castle, you’ll be entertained by knights and horses in an epic battle from your ringside seat. You’ll also get a feast fit for a king with a four-course meal consisting of oven roasted chicken, spare rib, garlic bread, roasted potato, tomato bisque soup, pastries and non-alchoholic beverages. Vegetarians can get a different meal.In Toronto, regular rates are $63.95 per person for adults and $40.95 for kids 3-12. Children who want to sit on your lap under age three are free.

My son loves horses and I’m seriously considering taking him to this as a surprise for his birthday this Summer. With this deal, I don’t feel like I can say no. I also noticed that if you sign up for their emails with your birthday, you’ll get a free ticket with show and dinner for free in the month of your birth! You do have to buy an adult regular-priced ticket to get this free offer. So, for my entire family to go that month, with both deals, it will cost $138.85. The regular price for two adults and two kids is $209.80, so we’d save almost $65.

Don’t forget to check the Bargainmoose forum for Medieval Times promo codes.

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March 1

Discounted & Free Ideas For What To Do On March Break In Ontario

Posted by on March 1, 2013 at 1:00 PM

Discounted & Free Ideas For What To Do On March Break In Ontario

Are you ready for March Break or are you scrambling to find ideas for things to do with the kids so they don’t destroy your house, your ears and your sanity over the break? I’m kidding of course. I love having my kids home, although as shocking as it might sound, by Friday of the break, I am wanting a little alone time. This year my husband has decided to take some time off, instead of trying to work in his downstairs home office while the kids come through the ceiling on him. It is up to me to tell him where we are going and what we are doing. I’ve collected some awesome free and discounted ideas for things to do in Ontario this March Break.

Attractions Ontario has a number of great coupons for major attractions all over Ontario. Many of them are 2 for 1 admission, which can save you a ton of money. As a kid, my favourite place to visit in Toronto was Casa Loma, or the Ontario Science Centre, both of which are 20% off with coupon. My kids would absolutely love the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament and the coupon gets all kids and teens in for free! The Putting Edge glow in the dark mini-golf is up to $8 off, as well. Most of these coupons expire at the end of March, so you want to use them for March Break.

If you aren’t from Toronto and want to see it all, your best bet is a City Pass. I am actually from Toronto and have previously bought the City Pass, because it is a great deal if you want to do a few things while there. The City Pass gets you 43% off of the five best Toronto attractions – The Toronto Zoo, CN Tower, Casa Loma, Royal Ontario Museum and the Ontario Science Centre. I have been to all five (most many times) and I will say that if you are visiting Toronto, you can’t miss any of them. The books are good for nine consecutive days from the first day you use them and they are good for a year from the day you purchase them. They also allow you to skip the ticket lines, which is great when it is going to be busy out there for March Break. You can buy them from any of the attractions themselves while you are there, or online. The cost is $65.99 CDN for adults and $38.99 for kids between 4 and 12.

For the theatre lovers, Disney on Ice is playing Rockin’ Ever After at the Rogers Centre all March Break and you can get four tickets for $100 or up to $15 off a ticket with this promo code at Ticketmaster. Romeo and Juliet at the National Ballet of Canada is also playing over March Break with 50% off your ticket, when you purchase four, that week.

Playdium is an interactive entertainment complex with so much for your kids to do. For March Break they are offering an extra $5 in free credits for games.

If you are coming from out of town or your kids just love hotels, there are some great deals on stays with attraction tickets included. The Delta Toronto East is located very close to the Toronto Zoo and the Ontario Science Centre is right beside two major highways that will take you to many of the other Toronto attractions. They have a pool with a waterslide, plus a great kid’s program and offer deals on stays plus attractions.

Chapters has some great FREE events planned at their store, every day of March Break at 11am, including celebrating Dr. Suess’s birthday, a Lego party and much more.  You need to sign up to participate, by contacting your local store.

Greenhouses and conservatories in various cities around Ontario are offering free admission to their facilities, where kids can check out exotic plants and take part in the special March Break programming. Check out what you can see in London, Hamilton, Toronto and Thunder bay. I am definitely taking advantage of the one very close to my home.

Do you have a future police officer on your hands? My son says he wants to be a forensic police officer. He would love checking out police museums, and I actually think this is going on my list of things to do this break. The Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre sounds really cool and only costs kids $1, seniors $2 and adults $3. A little farther north in Orillia, the OPP police museum is free!

Tim Hortons is offering free swims in Ontario in Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Vaughan and Woodbridge.

And last, but not least, the thing we always do every March Break is visit our local maple syrup shack for a pancake breakfast, horse and buggy ride and to get some of those yummy maple syrup candies. You can’t live in Canada and not do this. Many of them are free to visit with a nominal charge for the breakfast and other attractions depending on the farm. The picture above is one I took on our first visit with our new baby to a local maple syrup farm.

Please post below if you have any other free or discounted ideas for March Break and let us know if you took advantage of any of these deals!

Check back frequently with Bargainmoose for more money-saving ideas for this March Break. Stay tuned in the next few days to find out about discounted and free March Break ideas in other parts of Canada.

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May 21

Medieval Times Dinner: $20 off Adults, Kids only $25.95 (TOR)

Posted by on May 21, 2011 at 12:00 PM

Enjoy entertainment and food at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. With the following canadian coupon code all kids are just $25.95 and adults get $20 off general admission!

  • Discount: Kids $25.95, $20 off Adults
  • Coupon Code: 2520WEB
  • Expires: 30th, June 2011

Fine print:

Discount is valid only off the full priced admission, upgrades are additional. Offer valid for up to 6 people. Not valid for groups or with other special offers or discounts. Some restrictions apply. Offer expires 6/30/2011. Not valid at the Atlanta or Myrtle Beach castles. Must mention code: 2520WEB

Medieval Times seems to only have spread up to Canada in Toronto. So if you live in Toronto, or are visiting: why not have dinner and a live horse show?

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March 6

Medieval Times: BOGO Free (Toronto)

Posted by on March 6, 2011 at 2:00 PM

Medieval Times: BOGO Free (Toronto)

Medieval Times seems to be a really popular place in Toronto, so I am making an exception and posting a city specific deal. The deal is just that good. If you buy 1 full price adult admission you get another admission free!

  • Discount: BOGO Free admission
  • Coupon Code: AKEB11
  • Expires: 1st, May 2011

I have never been there, but it sounds like a lot of fun! A live horse show.. sweet! Medieval Times: BOGO Free (Toronto)

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April 20

Medieval Times $39.95 Dinner and Show (Toronto)

Posted by on April 20, 2010 at 2:00 PM

Medieval Times $39.95 Dinner and Show (Toronto)

Until 31st May 2010, admissions for Medieval Time’s Dinner and show are only $39.95 when you enter or mention this code at the time of purchase.

Enter this code when ordering tickets online, or if purchasing at the location, let them know to enter the code for you.

  • Coupon Code: 39WEB10
  • Discount: $39.95 all tickets
  • Expires: 31st May 2010

This code is valid until May 31, 2010 to purchase all dinner and show seats for $39.95 down from the original adult price of $62.95. The show is very entertaining, especially if you get into the spirit of the competition and they give you a hefty amount of food. With this discount price, it’d definitely worth checking out. Unfortunately, right now they only have a location in Toronto.

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March 2

Medieval Times Buy One Get One Free Admission Coupon Code

Posted by on March 2, 2010 at 4:00 PM

Medieval Times Buy One Get One Free Admission Coupon Code

With the purchase of 1 regular adult admission, you can get either a kids or another adult admission free!

This is a great deal for those who have never been or would like to go again to Medieval Times.

  • Coupon Code: AKWEB10
  • Discount: Free Admission with purchase of regular adult admission
  • Expires: April 18, 2010

Until April 18, use this coupon code to get a 2 or 1 deal for a dinner show at Medieval Times. One adult or kids admission is free with the purchase of a regular adult ticket.

If you have never been to Medival Times, it is a dinner show with jousting and medieval style dinners, which coincidentally mean the kids get to eat with their hands. You could always try to sneak in cutlery… and wet naps.

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October 12

Medieval Times Birthday Deal – BOGOF! (Toronto)

Posted by on October 12, 2009 at 8:00 PM

Medieval Times Birthday Deal   BOGOF! (Toronto)For those of you not in the know, BOGO means Buy 1 Get 1 free! That’s what Medieval Times (Toronto) is offering during the month of your birthday.

If you buy 1 regular priced admission, you get 1 free entry. As 1 adult ticket is about $63, 2 for the price of 1 is not an offer to be sniffed at!

Remember, even if it is not your birthday this month, Medieval Times has some other great deals which you can see on this tagged Medieval Times page on Bargainmoose.

I’ve been to Toronto a few times, and I’ve always wanted to visit Medieval Times. Sure, it’s probably tacky as hell, and you’d spend a fortune, but it would be an experience to remember.

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September 29

Medievaltimes Coupon: “4 Pack Is Back” & Other Deals!!

Posted by on September 29, 2009 at 1:00 PM

Medievaltimes Coupon: 4 Pack Is Back & Other Deals!!

Anyone planning on making a visit to Medievaltimes in Toronto should definitely google for online deals and Medievaltimes coupons. I’ve seen many deals over the years, and have even blogged about a few. Here’s the latest deal:

Click here for more info on the 4 pack from Medievaltimes

  • Coupon Code: 4PW9
  • Discount: 4 pack for $120 / $140
  • Expires: 1st November 2009

This time, they are offering a deal on 4 admissions – you can buy 4 for $120 which is $30 a ticket. Alternatively, if you want to go for the royalty package, it’s a $140 total. Both offers use the same coupon code, so just be sure to use it when you are making your booking.

Adult tickets are normally $63 each – so this is a great offer!

Alternatively, if there aren’t 4 of you planning on visiting Medievaltimes, you might be more interested in this deal:

Click here for more info on the single coupon codes

  • Coupon Code: 1510W
  • Discount: $15 off adult, $10 off child
  • Expires: 2nd November 2009

As you can see, this particular Medievaltimes coupon code gets you a $10 discount on child tickets, or a $15 discount on the adult prices. See which coupon code works out best for your needs, and use it.

Medievaltimes Coupon: 4 Pack Is Back & Other Deals!!

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August 15

Medieval Times Deal: Free Kids Ticket With Adult Entry! (Toronto)

Posted by on August 15, 2009 at 10:00 AM

Medieval Times Deal: Free Kids Ticket With Adult Entry! (Toronto)

For those of you who are planning on a little outing to the Medieval Times show, you might have noticed that the tickets are fairly expensive. It’s definitely worth having a hunt for coupon codes or extra discounts for your visit. I’ve found a coupon code which will give you a free kids ticket when you purchase an adult ticket!

  • Coupon Code: KTFWEB09
  • Discount: Kids free ticket
  • Expires:  7th September 2009

The kids ticket will apply to anyone under 18 years of age. The adult prices are a flat rate of $63. Kids under 12 are priced at $43, with 12 to 18 year old charged at full price. This means there is a potential saving of $63 per purchase!

Medieval Times looks like great fun – have you ever been?

Thanks DiscoverDuPage!

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