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Seattle Space Needle – 1 FREE Adult OR 2 Youth Vouchers with 1 Adult Ticket Purchase from Bartell Drugs

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Starting this week, Bartell Drugs has teamed up with the Seattle Space Needle with their Rocket to the Top of the Space Needle promotion. Bartell Drugs is now offering FREE vouchers for a visit the Seattle Space Needle Observation Deck with the purchase of 1 adult voucher.  They are offering 1 FREE adult voucher and  OR  up to two FREE youth vouchers  with the purchase of 1 adult voucher to the Space Needle.  Sorry for the confusion – this is 1 adult ticket OR 2 free youth vouchers with the purchase of an adult ticket. 

These vouchers are available at all 58 Bartell Drug store locations in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, while supplies last.  You can use your FREE voucher from now through December 30th. They will have holiday festivities starting Friday, November 23rd including appearances by Santa. Make sure to check the Seattle Space Needle website for information on when Santa will be making his appearances.

Bartell Drugs offered a similar Back to School promotion in the summer where they offered FREE youth vouchers for the Space Needle if you made a school supply purchase at the store. We actually took advantage of those FREE kids vouchers and made a trip to the Space Needle in September with our girls. They had never been and they were just in awe at being able to look at Seattle, the Puget Sound and the mountains all from a very different vantage point. We did end up waiting in line for about an hour (it was a beautiful autumn Saturday when we went) but we just took turns letting the kids look in the gift shop while we waited. But do be prepared for lines as I would think this would be a very popular promotion. However, it may not be as crowded this time of year.

4 Comments

  1. The bartels link says I adult free OR 2 child vouchers free. It doesn’t say AND. Does it say that somewhere else?

  2. When I went to the link provided for Bartells fb, it actually says good for one adult OR two children.

    1. Jamie – You’re right – sorry for the confusion! Yes, I misread the “or” and read it as “and” but you’re right – that’s what my email from Bartells said, too. I have changed the post to reflect that.

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