Free entertainment is the best!
On September 18th, Smithsonian Magazine is celebrating Museum Day by offering a FREE museum ticket for two people! This is your chance to experience a new museum or revisit a favorite completely free!
Follow These Steps to Get a FREE Ticket for two:
- Request your TWO FREE tickets here by logging in or registering
- Click here and check out the participating museums in your area.
- Find a participating museum, click Get a Ticket, and complete the registration form.
- Click “Generate Ticket”
- Your ticket will be available in your email or by clicking Download Ticket after you submit your info.
- Print and bring your ticket to your selected participating museum on Saturday, 9/18.
Keep in mind that your free ticket is good for two people and is NOT valid for special exhibits, parking, IMAX film screenings or for use with any other offers. There is a limit of one Museum Day Ticket per household and per valid email address.
In addition, on September 4th & 5th, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch customers can score free museum days at over 225 participating locations nationwide! This offer includes art museums, children’s museums, history museums, botanical gardens, aquariums, zoos, and science centers!
This freebie is offered on the first full weekend of every month so be sure to mark your calendar to take advantage of this monthly freebie.
To score this offer, just present your active Bank of America, Merrill Lynch or U.S. Trust credit or debit card along with your photo ID at any participating institution. You’ll score one FREE general admission ticket. See more information here.
To find a museum that participates in Bank of America’s Arts & Culture programs, head here and click the ‘Museums on Us’ tab at the top, enter your zip code under “Where can I find a museum near me?”, or locate your state in this list here.
Note that this deal is valid for Cardholders only; guests are not eligible for free admission. This deal excludes special exhibitions, ticketed shows, and fundraising events.
(Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher!)