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How can you find discount coupons for admission to Dollywood?

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When visiting Pigeon Forge from approximately June to August, most area McDonald's fast-food restaurants feature $5 off coupons for Dollywood or Splash Country on either the large cups or bags, according to PigeonForgeTNGuide.com. These coupons work at the standard admission gate and apply to up to four people per coupon.

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Typical costs for single-day admission to Dollywood for ages 12 and up (regular), ages 4 to 11 (child) and ages 60 and up (senior) run $62, $49 and $57 plus tax, respectively, as of October 2015. Groups of 15 or more get discounted admission for $47.15 and $38.95 for regular and child tickets, respectively. The theme park also offers 30 percent discounts for active and retired members of the U.S. military, including disabled veterans and military reservists, along with their spouses and dependents. These discounts only apply when valid military and dependent IDs are shown. Those who go to the park after 3:00 p.m. automatically receive a free pass for the next day.

For those who plan to spend more than one day at Dollywood, season passes offer a more economical option over single-day full-price tickets. When purchasing one to three season passes, regular passes cost $95, child passes cost $83 and senior passes cost $89. When purchasing over four passes, costs drop to $90, $78 and $84, respectively. Season passes that also provide admission to Splash Country along with Dollywood cost $137 for regular passes and $125 for child passes. Season passes may be purchased all at once or broken down into six-month payment plans for extra convenience.

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