Sunday, July 29, 2012

Traveling to Texas?

This post brought to you by SAVE . All opinions are 100% mine.

You guys know I'm a big travel nerd, so I love when companies contact me to blog about the cool things to see and do in their part of the country or world! I've been to several cities in Texas, but never to San Antonio, so I had fun checking out the SAVE – San Antonio Vacation Experience site! If you're planning to travel there anytime soon, it is definitely worth checking out. They offer discounts to all kinds of local attractions, hotels and shopping, including some Limited Time Offers like free gifts at local shops. 

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I knew there was a SeaWorld in San Antonio, for instance, but I didn't know that they're adding an Aquatica water park to it, just like we have in Orlando! It would be fun to see if they're similar. It's also home to Schlitterbahn, the water park you've probably seen on the Travel Channel about a zillion times as one of the world's best water parks. There is also a Six Flags theme park (Six Flags Fiesta Texas), but since I already spend so much time in theme parks, I'd love to check on the San Antonio Zoo and the San Antonio Botanical Garden, too! Plus, you can't miss the Alamo, right? 

Save offers discounts on all of those (score!), like $2 off admission to the zoo, $2 off Schlitterbahn admission, a coupon for Six Flags where adults pay the kid's admission price, $10 off SeaWorld admission and $1 off botanical garden admission. There's also $2 off the Alamo trolley tour, which is a convenient way to see moreof the sights. Not gigantic discounts, but they do add up, especially if you don't travel solo like I usually do!

Being me, I'd probably have to hit the North Star Mall, too, since they have shops like Saks, Sephora, BCBG Max Azria and my home away from home, the Disney Store. And SAVE has a coupon you can print for a free coupon booklet at the mall. Yay for deals!

You can also find them on Twitter at @SAVEinSA!

Have you ever been? Any recommendations for what to see/do/shop/eat?

 

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1 comment:

Deborah Dumm said...

very interesting