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State Fair’s Annual Cyber Monday Sale Offers Tickets to 2017 Fair at Lowest Price Possible

UPDATE: All Cyber Monday tickets are SOLD OUT - November 28 at 8:20am

 

Revitalized, Record-setting Fair Makes a Great Deal Even Better

The Great New York State Fair’s Cyber Monday ticket sale returns on Monday, Nov. 28, offering the lowest price of the year on tickets to the 2017 Fair, Acting Director Troy Waffner announced today. The online-only sale will provide 20,000 admission tickets at just $3 per ticket, which is 50% off the regular advance sale price and 70% off the $10 price at the gate during the Fair. The sale begins at 6 a.m. at the Fair’s online ticket sales site, http://www.etix.com/ticket/p/4350112

“We’ve just completed the greatest Fair in our 175 year history, with the highest marks ever from visitors. The new grounds have never looked better and our programming this year will top last year’s so these tickets are a better value than ever. I encourage fairgoers to get their tickets early since they definitely won’t last,” said Waffner.

Tickets sold on Cyber Monday are only sold online and on the Fair’s official online ticket seller, etix.com. Etix charges 13 cents per ticket and a credit card fee of 2.5% per ticket, making the total cost of each ticket $3.21. Purchases are limited to 8 tickets per person. Buyers may either print out the tickets or use their mobile phone or device at the gate to show proof of purchase for entrance to the Fair.

The 2016 Fair was the most successful in its long history, with more than 1.1 million people visiting the revitalized Fairgrounds over 12 days. Thanks to Governor Cuomo’s $50 million revitalization, the first major investment at the Fairgrounds in approximately 80 years, fairgoers entered through a beautiful new Main Gate to find a Fair that had been reshaped. Fairgoers gave high marks to the open space, to the new and expanded Wade Shows Midway—which set records for revenue and ridership, to the sold out new Empire RV Park, and to the continued effort to provide more seating, shade, and restroom facilities.

To build on the success of the first phase of redevelopment and continue to create added economic benefit for the region and state, the Governor has created a Phase Two Task Force to come up with ideas for additional investment of up to $50 million.

In addition, Fair staff members are working to bring new attractions and events to the 2017 Fair, as well as the Chevy Court lineup of free, national touring acts. The Fair already boasts one of the largest investments in grounds entertainers and exhibits of any fair in America.

At least two more special admission ticket promotions will occur before the Fair. The Halfway to the Fair sale will take place on Friday, Feb. 24 when tickets will be $4 each, and the Cinco de Mayo sale, when tickets will be $5 each, will take place on Friday, May 5. The regular advance sale ticket effort begins in July at $6 per ticket. Groups and businesses buying at least 100 tickets can receive special discounts through the Fair’s Group Sales program. Contact Nick Pirro at 315-487-7711 x1214 for details or visit https://nysfair.ny.gov/buy-tickets/group-ticket-sales/.

The Fair offers many days during its 12-day run in which certain groups of people receive free admission. The best-known are the two Senior Days for senior citizens but there are also free days for police, fire and emergency workers, current and retired members of the military, Native Americans and students. The Fair will also keep its special $3 Thursdays, offering admission on the two Thursdays of the Fair for $3, and Dollar Day on Labor Day when admission and rides on the Wade Shows Midway are $1. The Fair’s list of special days is available at https://nysfair.ny.gov/your-visit/special-fair-days/.

The New York State Fair, operated by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, runs from August 24 to September 4, 2017. The Fair's mission, reflected in its theme, "FIND YOUR GREAT," is to showcase the best of New York agriculture while providing top-quality entertainment.

The home of the Great New York State Fair is a 375-acre exhibit and entertainment complex that operates all year. A year-round schedule of events is available on the Fair’s website. Find The Great New York State Fair on Facebook, follow @NYSFair on Twitter, on Snapchat at nysfair and enjoy photos from the Fair at Flickr.com/photos/nysfair. Also, New Yorkers are invited to send their ideas for the Great New York State Fair at statefairideas@agriculture.ny.gov.

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About the Great New York State Fair

The New York State Fair, operated by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, runs from August 23 to September 4, 2017. The Fair's mission, reflected in its theme, "Find Your Great...," is to showcase the best of New York agriculture while providing top-quality entertainment.

The 375-acre New York State Fairgrounds is undergoing the most significant transformation since it first opened its gates in 1890. The $50 million plan, announced by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, revitalizes the grounds in many ways, improving the quality of the fairgoer’s experience and providing greater economic benefits for the region. Improvements include the dramatic new Main Gate— the arches of which recall the carriage gate that greeted fairgoers in 1900, a larger, 15-acre Wade Shows Midway that will hold more rides than ever, and the brand new 315-site Empire RV Park with underground water, sewer and electrical service. The plan will better position the New York State Fairgrounds as a premier year-round, multi-use facility that can attract more events and visitors from across the nation. Renderings can be viewed here.

A year-round schedule of events is available on the Fair’s website. Find The Great New York State Fair on Facebook, follow @NYSFair on Twitter, and enjoy photos from the Fair at Flickr.com/photos/nysfair. Also, New Yorkers are invited to send their ideas for the Great New York State Fair at statefairideas@agriculture.ny.gov.

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