Washington State Fair – Discount Tickets & Deals This Year!

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Washington State Fair Discount Tickets!

The Washington State Fair is what used to be called the Puyallup Fair. The Washington State Fair is the largest single attraction held annually in the state of Washington and continually ranks in the top ten largest fairs in the world. It is coming right around the corner too. This years fair dates are September 2 to September 25th, 2022, and we are already seeing the deals roll out. The Fair will be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesday 9/8, so make note of those closure dates when planning your visit.

It’s a favorite around here for families, but can add up with ride tickets, so this discount may come in handy.  Two of the most popular deals we usually find for the Washington State Fair are the:

  • Kids Free Days
  • Everyone Gets In Free
  • Ride Bundle 

**Student Tickets Update: 

Note that there has been a significant change in recent years to the student tickets the kids get at school. Student tickets are now for ages 6 – 12 (kids 5 and under are always free). Kids ages 13+ will now require an adult ticket (in the past, those student tickets where good for kids up to 18). I am not sure if this will remain true for the free student tickets that the kids get at school yet, so if any of you know, be sure to comment and tell us how that is working this year.

The BECU Kids Free Days will still be available to all kids 18 and under!

And we have the details on both of these offers below!

Free Admission Days at the Washington State Fair:

Washington State Fair Free Kids Admission

BECU is once again offering FREE admission for kids on Labor Day weekend of the fair – Kids get in FREE Labor Day Weekend, September 2-5th, 2022, courtesy of BECU!

Kids 5 and under are free each and every day of the Washington State Fair.

No coupon is necessary to take advantage of this amazing offer!

PLUS, Everyone gets FREE gate admission on opening day (September 2) from 10:30am – 12:30pm with a food donation at any gate!

Details for Free Days + More Free Days – 

  • Friday, Sept. 2 – KOMO’s Opening Day Food Drive – FREE gate admission for all 10:30am – 12:30pm, with a suggested non-perishable food donation.
  • Friday, Sept. 2 – Monday, Sept. 5 – BECU Free Kid’s Weekend – FREE admission for kids, ages 18 and under, courtesy of BECU.
  • Every Monday – Military Appreciation Day – FREE admission for all active, reserve, and retired military and National Guard and their dependents, plus disabled veterans, when each shows valid military ID at any Fair gate.
  • Friday, Sept. 9 – School Supply Drive – FREE gate admission for all 10:30am – 12:30pm, with a suggested new school supply donation.

More Deals for the Washington State Fair to grab now:

BECU Members Discount – 

Get ride and admission bundles for $39.95 (reg. $72)!

BUY Online Before August 26th:

If you buy your tickets online by August 26th, you will basically get weekday online pricing – but they can be used ANY DAY the Fair is open, weekdays or weekends. Prices will jump up to $3 more after this date (for online ticket purchases – they are more at the gate).

  • General (ages 13+): $14
  • Child (ages 6 – 12):  $12
  • Seniors (ages 65+): $12
  • Kids (ages 5 & under): FREE

Ride & Ticket Bundles – 

BEST VALUE – JUST $39.95

Save up to 45% on admission and rides. Available online only through August 26.

Save $10 on Dizzy Ride Bracelets for weekday admissions (vs weekend entry).

In previous years they have sold bundles or just tickets at nice discounts at both Fred Meyer and Safeway, so we will see if they bring those back this  year too.

To save on concerts for the Fair

In the past we have seen discount tickets available on Groupon . Current there are no deals showing with them for this years Fair, but we will update things here if we see them become available.

Find more things to do in the Pacific Northwest here too!

One Comment

  1. My kids just got the free tickets for students at their Middle School and High School. The tickets say for “kids age 6-18” on it. So all kids that get a ticket through their school should be able to get free admission.

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