Hey Cleveland Bloggers!  This would be good information to share with your local readers - My boys can't wait to see their favorite Disney characters on Ice! Actually, we are all looking forward to this great family-friendly event. Thankfully, I have a great COUPON code to save money on tickets! Enjoy!

Disney on Ice is coming to the Quicken Loans Arena Sept. 29 – Oct. 2.  Ticket prices range from $15-$70. 
You can purchase tickets here at http://www.theqarena.com/events/disney_110929-111002/   
and Save $6 in advance with CODE: MOM6 (valid now through 9/28/11) or Save $3 on the day of any of the shows with CODE: MOM3 (valid 9/29-10/2/11). 
It’s valid at the box office, online at theqarena.com, or by calling 1-888-894-9424.
No double discounts (not valid on top of the Opening Night or Kid’s discounts). Limit 6 per transaction.

Make imagination your destination!  Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse on a journey into the magical worlds of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Peter Pan and Lilo & Stitch.  Discover Ariel and Sebastian’s enchanting undersea kingdom; visit the Pride Lands with Simba and Nala; soar through starry skies with Peter Pan and his sassy fairy friend Tinker Bell; and say “aloha” to fun with Lilo and Stitch. You'll be captivated by the music, beauty and laughter in a journey so magical, you’ll never want to go home.

Your whole family will love it.  Share this discount with your friends and enjoy!!

I work for Miles Of Marketing and this information was provided to me by them (www.milesofmarketing.com)

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