South Florida's Hottest Summer Deals 2015

***PLEASE SEE OUR 2016 SUMMER GUIDE***
School is about to be out and the hottest time of the year is right around the corner.  South Florida Finds knows families will want to make the most of these precious summer months while not completely emptying the bank account. The best deal in South Florida are the hundreds of public parks and beaches which you can explore right here on South Florida Finds. You can easily keep your kids entertained with park-hopping but if you want to spice it up a little, check out some of the hottest summer deals we found!

Many parents may have the kids in summer camp during the summer.  If you're looking for affordable camps, the best deals can be found at your local city & county parks departments or local public schools.  Some parents have the entire summer to fill with activities or learning while others take a few weeks off during the summer so they can plan some quality time together.  Summer is a great time to finally get that Zoo, science center or children's museum membership when you'll be using it the most.  Many membership cards will work all across the US.  Another great site to check out is Florida Vacation Auction that has great weekly deals from attractions to hotels across the state.

We've collected some of the Hottest Summer Deals for 2015 so that your family can plan a summer of fun memories together!  

Passes

Dual Discovery Pass in West Palm Beach.  Good for 1 entrance to each of the two attractions. Pass may be purchased at either attraction. Use the pass at the Palm Beach Zoo, that day or even weeks later, use it for another day of general admission at the second location. Palm Beach County residents receive cheaper pricing for the pass.  It's price ranges from $15-$25 per person.

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Summer Savings Pass (Palm Beach, Broward & Miami Dade)--4 Attractions 4 months, one price!  May 15-Sept 30th.   It costs $56 plus tax for adults and $46 plus tax for kids ages 3 to 12.  Cheaper if you hold a pass to one of the participating attractions. Purchase at any attraction.  Good for unlimited entrances at each!

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Palm Beach County Seasonal Water Park Pass.  This park is for use at Coconut Cove Waterpark in Boca Raton or the Calypso Bay Waterpark in Royal Palm Beach.  They are almost identical except Calypso Bay has diving boards over their lap pool.  Learn more here.

Multi Park Pass Available for purchase at either park and is valid at BOTH waterparks

  • Adult/Child Combo, $160.00
  • Adult Pass, $112.00
  • Child Pass, $88.00

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Broward County Seasonal Water Park Pass  
Broward county has many wonderful water parks for a low cost.  Why spend $$$ for 1 trip to a private water park when you can buy a seasonal pass for the entire family. The family prices below are good for up to SIX family members!  Learn more about the passes here.

Bronze Level (includes Tropical Splash & Splash Adventure)          $120 + tax   (family price)
Silver Level (includes Bronze parks plus Castaway Island)                 $192 + tax  

Gold Level (includes all parks above + Paradise Cove)                       $228 + tax
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Broward Summer Savings CARD.  Save $$$ at Broward county attractions, water sports, restaurants, spas and more!  Just go here and print out your savings card and present it when you go!  Example of savings include several buy one get one free (BOGO) admissions to places like Flamingo Garden, Butterfly World, Young at Art Museum, Bonnet House and tickets for the Ft Lauderdale Water Taxi, the Jungle Queen cruise, and fishing outfitters.  Details of ALL the deals are in the link above with the card.  Keep them together so you remember were all the savings are at!  
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Florida Adventure Pass.  The South Florida Adventure Pass is $50 plus tax for adults and $40 plus tax for children 3-12. If you have an annual pass to one of the attractions, you can update for $30 plus tax for adults and $20 plus tax for children. You can buy the pass at participating attractions. The pass is good May 15 through Sept. 30, except at the Frost Science Museum, which will close in late August to prepare for its move to a new location.  Get unlimited visits this summer to Everglades Alligator Farm, Flamingo Gardens, Jungle Island, Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Pérez Art Museum Miami, Sawgrass Recreation Park and Young at Art Museum!

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Next Page: FREE OFFERS

Free Offers

1st Weekend of Every Month.  Bank of America customers can get in FREE when they show a picture id and their credit card or debit card.

In Miami-Dade, you can use your card for free admission to

In Broward County, you’ll find deals for free admission to:

In Palm Beach County, check out these options:

 

Free Book Offers:

Barnes & Noble’s Summer Reading Program rewards kids (grades one through six) with a FREE book, after they’ve taken just eight literary adventures. Download the reading journal here, complete it and take it into the store so your child can select a free book!

For more great reading programs for this summer, visit this website with a list of programs that have games, puzzles, and rewards for books read!

Free Bowling Deal:

Visit Kids Bowl Free and click on your state to see a list of bowling alleys that are participating in Kids Bowl Free 2015. Select your local bowling alley to see all the details of their Kids Bowl Free program.  You can find the dates and times available for free bowling, the age requirements, and whether there will be a fee for shoe rentals. Once you've selected the bowling alley you'll need to fill out the registration form to register your child for the free bowling.  Remember, you still need to rent bowling shoes if you go!

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Next Page:  Great Movie Deals!

Movie Clubs & Deals:  Movies are PG or G.  

Titles like: Dragon 2, Nut Job, Lego Movie, TMNT, Ant-Man, Rio2 & more!

CINEMARK THEATERS:  Summer Movie Clubhouse  offers 10 movies for $5 (summer pass) or pay $1 for each show when you go. South Florida Cinemark theaters include: 

  1. Boca Raton, Cinemark Palace 20 & XD
  2. Boynton Beach, Cinemark Boynton Beach 14 & XD
  3. Davie, Cinemark Paradise 24 & XD

 

ALCO THEATER in Boynton Beach:  $5.50 per show which includes popcorn and a drink.  Camps are in separate theater!  Click here for a list of the movies.

FRANK'S CINEBOWL at the Delray Beach Marketplace (Galleria & Coral Square locations are NOT participating).  Every Tuesday & Thursday at 10am, Frank's will offer kid-friendly movies for FREE.  Check the schedule of movies here.

COBB THEATRES located throughout South Florida offer FREE movies to kids this summer!  Check with your individual Cobb location for exact dates and movie titles! Most movies start at 10 and are Tues-Wed-Thurs.

  1. Dolphin Mall location schedule
  2. Cobb Grande in Miami Lakes schedule
  3. Miami Lakes 17
  4. Downtown at the Gardens (Palm Beach Gardens) schedule

REGAL CINEMAS  offers the Summer Movie Express.  Admission to the Summer Movie Express is only $1. Tickets available for purchase at the box office and all movies start at 10:00 am. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Will Rogers Institute.   Below are some of the participating theaters.

Monroe County Location--

Regal Cinema Key West, see the schedule here

Palm Beach Location--

Regal Royal Palm Beach Stadium 18 & RPX       Royal Palm Beach, FL

Miami Dade Location--

Regal Southland Mall Stadium 16                       Miami, FL

Broward Locations--

Regal Oakwood Stadium 18                                 Hollywood, FL      
Regal Cypress Creek Station Stadium 16 Fort Lauderdale, FL      
Regal Broward Stadium 12 & RPX Plantation, FL      
Regal Sawgrass Stadium 23 & IMAX Sunrise, FL      
Regal Magnolia Place Stadium 16

Coral Springs, FL

   

PARAGON RIDGE THEATER in DAVIE offers FREE movies at 10am.  These movies are for families only, no camps.  Click here to see details.

PHOENIX THEATER in Lake Worth will offer FREE movies at 10am Tuesday-Thursday.  Doors open at 9am and they welcome groups (i.e. expect camp groups). Click here to see the schedule and scroll down to "Lake Worth 8" about mid-page.

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