- $25 for 4-pack of tickets to the Shrine Circus ($52 value)
- Voucher may be redeemed for the following days/times
- March 14th at 10:30am
- March 14th at 7pm
- March 15th at 10:30am
- March 15th at 3:30pm
- March 16th at 10am
- Must redeem voucher at Shriner's Office prior to show
- Enjoy free parking at the Hamburg Fairgrounds
- Limited quantity available
- Promotion Expires March 13, 2013
Take family fun to stunning new heights courtesy of DealChicken. Get a family four-pack of Shrine Circus tickets—a $52 value—for $25. The circus, which takes place at the Hamburg Fairgrounds, features professional circus performers, animal entertainment, clowns and more. And the only thing better than the popcorn and cotton candy is the free parking. All vouchers must be redeemed by March 14th at the Shriner's office at 1600 Southwestern Blvd. West Seneca NY to receive your tickets to the Circus.
The Shrine Circus is a circus hosted by the local Shriners. The circus features extraordinary acts of all kinds sure to delight everyone in the family. See a variety of acts that include: motorcycle daredevils, flying trapeze, tigers, elephants, camels, quick-change clothes-artists, clowns and much more. It truly is an entertaining show the whole family can enjoy together.
$25 for a four-pack of tickets to the Shrine Circus ($52 value)
- Voucher is valid for four tickets to the Shrine Circus at the Hamburg Fairgrounds. Valid on March 14th at 10:30am and 7pm, March 15th at 10:30am and 3:30pm, March 16th at 10am. Voucher must be redeemed at the Shrine office at 1600 Southwestern Blvd. West Seneca, NY 14224 by March 14th. You will receive your 4-pack of tickets at time of redemption.
May purchase multiple vouchers per person and as gifts. For more information or inquiries please call the Shriner's office at 716-674-8666. Merchant will abide by all laws governing vouchers in the state of New York. No cash or credit back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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In 1768, Philip Astley, a former Sergeant Major in the British Armed Forces, opened a horse riding school. He taught riding in the morning and performed “feats of horsemanship” in the afternoon. The school had a circular arena called the circle or circus, later known as the ring and now known as the circus ring.