Ways to Save: The Fun Pass for $32 – Enter to Win a Copy #giveaways #FrugalLiving

Posted on May 13 2014 - 5:48pm by Nicole Smith

Disclosure: This sponsored post is brought to you by our gracious sponsor Breathe New Hampshire. They provided me with a free The Fun Pass 2014, in exchange for hosting a giveaway and sharing information about it with my readers. No other compensation was given and all opinions expressed within the post are 100% my own.

I will ship the winner of The Fun Pass 2014 to the winner’s address. Only open to New England residents.

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Recently I received an email from Susan at Breathe New Hampshire, asking if I would share information on The Fun Pass 2014 with all of you. I, of course, was eager to share the info with all of you because I love sharing ways that families like ours can save money.

Outings to places like Storyland or Canobie Lake Park can get VERY expensive when you have a large family like we ours, so a coupon book like this comes in extremely handy. It allows us to take our kids to places we may not have been able to go to this summer, especially since we’re paying for our wedding at the end of June.

I have heard of other coupon books before but not this particular one. When I received it in the mail I was super excited because many of the places we’ve talked about taking the kids to this summer are in the book. Even if I had received a copy of it, it’s one I would definitely buy on my own because of how many places are included in the book that are on our list of places to go this summer.

Over April vacation, two of the places we took the children were listed in The Fun Pass:

The Butterfly Place in Westford, MA

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Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH(Review coming!)

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Also, some of our favorite trips from last year are also included:

Pirates Cove
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McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center

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Hobo Railroad

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Castle in the CloudsFunPass10

Funspot

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York’s Wild KingdomYork's Wild Kingdom

The Polar Caves

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These are just a few of the places included! Others you’ll find include Albacore Park, Canterbury Shaker Village, Friendly Farm, Franklin Park Zoo and many, many more!

To purchase The Fun Pass 2014, please visit the Breathe NH website.

The Fun Pass 2014 information:

  • Over $1,800 in discounts for children at attractions through New England.
  • Each book costs $32. (Can potentially save that in one trip to Storyland. Coupon for their can be found in book.)
  • The front of the book contains info on how to use your Fun Pass.FunPass2
  • The attractions are broken down by state and are in alphabetical order.FunPass3
  • Each coupon contains information on what the coupon is good for, as well as how much it’s worth and where it can be used.FunPass4

Hold on! Don’t leave just yet!!

Would you like an opportunity to win a FREE Fun Pass book? Well, make sure to enter below for your chance.

Sidenote: This is only open to those in the New England area and will be shipped BY ME. Good luck!

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3 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Laura P. May 14, 2014 at 5:08 pm - Reply

    We’re moving from CT to NH in a couple weeks and we are definitely going to the Funspot.

  2. Marie Estes May 18, 2014 at 7:03 pm - Reply

    I love going for a ride along the Kangamagus Highway.

  3. Robin May 18, 2014 at 7:44 pm - Reply

    Thank you! This looks fun!

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