WEST ALLIS -- The Wisconsin State Fair has announced a variety of deals and discounts on sale now for the 2018 Wisconsin State Fair.
The new deals offered this season include the following:
- $8 STATE FAIR TICKETS
- Adult fair admission is on sale at a discounted rate of $8. The tickets are available online at WiStateFair.com, and at the State Fair Ticket Office as well as at participating Sentry Foods, Festival Food, and Trig's stores. The $8 State Fair Tickets are on sale through June 30.
- $22 SPINCITY 40 RIDE & GAME TICKET SHEETS
- Festival-goers can save nearly 50 percent compared to individually purchased tickets with $22 SpinCity 40 Ride & Game Ticket Sheet vouchers, available through July 31. Vouchers are available online at WiStateFair.com and at the State Fair Ticket Office.
- $4 STATE FAIR BARGAIN BOOKS
- The State Fair Bargain Book includes 90 ways to save. It includes coupons from fair partners and vendors for rides, games, food, beverages, gifts, souvenirs and more. Discounted Bargain Book vouchers offer a 20% savings off the price during State Fair and are available for purchase online at WiStateFair.com and the State Fair Ticket Office. Bargain books will be sold for $5 during State Fair at all three Official FairWear locations and at three Information Centers.
- $18 CREAM PUFF 6-PACKS
- Cream Puff lovers can take advantage of the sweetest deal at the State Fair with $18 Cream Puff 6-Pack vouchers, which offer huge savings off individually purchased cream puffs. Vouchers can be redeemed during State Fair at the Original Cream Puff Pavilion or Cream Puff Express locations. This sweet deal is available at WiStateFair.com and the State Fair Ticket Office through July 31.
Online tickets and vouchers can be purchased via mail-order or print-at-home options. Service fees apply to all online orders.
The State Fair Ticket Office is located at 7722 W. Greenfield Avenue in West Allis and is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 2018 Wisconsin State Fair will take place Thursday, Aug. 2 - Sunday, Aug. 12.