Big E Ticket Deals

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Heading to The Big E? We’ve got some ways to save on tickets, food, rides and fun. The fair begins Sept. 14 and ends on Sept. 30.

Opening Day Specials, Friday, Sept. 14:

Opening Day, Sept. 14, is “Be A Kid for a Day.” Admission is $10 for all ages. (Get tickets at the Box Office on opening day.)

Opening Day, Sept. 14, is also Military Appreciation Day. Free admission for military personnel and dependents; veterans with ID (copy of DD-214 or proof of membership in any veterans’ organization).

More Savings:

VALUE PASS: Plan on visiting often? You might want to spring for a Value Pass which offers unlimited admission for all 17 days of the Fair. Value Passes, $40 for adults and $20 for kids 6-12, are available through Sept. 30 online; at The Big E Box Office and all Big E gates and at all Big Y World Class Markets.

Special Admission Prices:

Six-After-Five – Admission for all ages is $6, when you arrive after 5 p.m. Mon.–Thurs.

Mondays through Thursdays are Senior Days. Admission is $12  for those 60 and over.

Pay-One-Price MIDWAY MAGIC PASS: $25, valid Mon. – Fri. (Available at all Big E Gates, Sept. 14-30)

Regular Admission Prices

Sold at all Big E Gates; online and at all Big Y World Class Markets:

Adults – $15 Children (6-12) – $10 Children 5 & under – Free

3 thoughts on “Big E Ticket Deals

  1. Donald

    The Big E is unfriendly and uncaring about people whom are handicapped and disabled. their is NO WAY to get around the grounds if you are disabled and don’t own your own wheel chair or scooter, they do rent them out at a price of $50 for the day and seeing most of use are on a very limited income and could in no way afford the price to rent one or the expensive price to gain entrance to the event they refused to help. I sent them 3 emails asking about accommodation for disabled and finally heard back that I was on my on to figure out how to attend??? they suggested I enter for free tickets and ask a friend if I could borrow their scooter or wheel chair??? I feel very insulted and discriminated against and I am considering filling a lawsuit because of it. I didn’t ask for a freebie just asked for some assistance. and seeing Ive been a life long attendee of the yearly event I thought they would be some what considerate they WERE NOT.

  2. mike

    Wheelchairs are $12, scooters are $50. There is a difference between providing access and affordability. If you can’t afford to go just say the fair is too expensive, don’t play the handicapped card.

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