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The TRF Really Want You to Go to the Festival This Year… on Sunday

Did you know that starting this year that the price for a ticket to the TRF is different depending on which day of the weekend you go to the festival? That’s right; going on a Sunday will save you $3 per adult and $2 per child when you purchase your ticket online or at one of at one of the ticket outlet locations*.

Savings could add up pretty quickly. I figure with a little planning the average family could save the cost of one or two beer easily.

Why the push for Sunday? Whilst I’m sure the conspiracy theorists and cynical have their own ideas, the real reason is to improve the attendance experience for everyone.

Yes, I know it’s shocking, but the TRF want you to enjoy your visit so you’ll come back again and maybe tell your friends what a great time you had.

One of the keys to that is to try and balance the daily attendance. If one particular day is too crowded, the people that attend that day don’t have as good of a time and are less inclined to come back another time.

If it works for your schedule, you should do yourself, and your wallet, a favour and come to the festival on a Sunday. That’s what I’ve always suggested and now you have extra incentive to do so.

 

Sir David Falstaff

Captain, Texas Renaissance Festival Beefeaters

*You do buy your tickets online or at one of the outlets right? (Never buy a general admission ticket at the gate if you can help it, you’ll pay a premium).  Go to the TRF website or call 1-800-458-3435 for more information. This year’s ticket outlet partners are Randall’s & Walgreens.

2 Responses to The TRF Really Want You to Go to the Festival This Year… on Sunday

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    Jenny says:

    I do agree it is not as much fun if it is too crowded. The beer lines are too long. You cannot see what is happening on a stage. The beer lines are too long. The privy lines are too long. The beer lines are too long. The privy lines are too long. (it is a vicious cycle) You cannot see what is in a shop easily when there are too many people. The beer lines are too long. You cannot get a seat for a demonstration.

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    Amanda Danielle says:

    Going on a Sunday is what I always do and traffic is usually not as bad on Sunday. I actually like going on rainy days too!