King Richard’s Faire Discounts for 2017

King Richard's Faire 2017

King Richard’s Faire returns to the South Shore of Massachusetts starting on September 2, 2017 in Carver, MA.

The popular New England Renaissance Festival takes place on weekends and holidays from September 2, 2017 to October 22, 2017 as well as Monday, September 4, 2017 and October 9, 2017.

King Richard’s Faire Admission is $32 for adults, $16 for children ages 4-11, and children under 4 are free. Tickets purchased online have a $2 surcharge per ticket and tickets purchased at the gate must be paid by cash only.

If you plan to visit King Richard’s Faire for opening weekend, you can save $2 off admission with a printable coupon valid September 2-4, 2017 on full-price admission! Military members and veterans with military ID are free on Sunday, September 3, 2017 and more information can be found here.

Both LivingSocial and Groupon currently have discount tickets for King Richard’s Faire for select dates for $52.99 for two tickets or $92.99 for four tickets. Both deals look just about the same if not exactly the same, so pick which daily deal site you prefer or can find a working promo code for.

Also, don’t forget to check Goldstar Boston for discount tickets to King Richard’s Faire starting at $16 for select dates.

AAA Members can use promo code AAANE-17 online to save $4 on admission or you can save $2 with coupon at the gate with your AAA card.

You may also want to keep an eye out a local Walgreens as you may find coupons for the King Richard’s Faire at the counter. I also saw discount tickets at Costco but I didn’t look at the details.

And lastly, you may want to head over to King Richard’s Faire’s Facebook page where they may share some discounts or free tickets as well as some helpful info!

For more information about King Richard’s Faire, please head here.

Have you been to King Richard’s Faire before? Will you be going this year?

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  1. Scott says

    LivingScoial and Groupon are the same company – all of their deals are exactly the same (so are their websites now, exact copies of each other with different color schemes).
    Groupon bought living social last year, supposedly for $0.