Although the price of gas has gone up in recent years, driving is still cheaper than chartering a team of Clydesdales, and snobbish sled dogs refuse to make engine-vrooming noises. Celebrate America's favorite canine alternative with today's Groupon: for $3, you get a ticket good for admission to the 2011 Utah International Auto Expo, produced by Motor Trend and held at the South Towne Exposition Center January 14–17 (up to a $7 value, depending on age).
The Utah International Auto Expo features cars from across the entire automotive spectrum—classics and new models from major manufacturers, concept cars from Corvette and Hyundai, and iconic international autos, including exotic models from Britain's Bentley and Italian speedsters from Ferrari and Maserati. View vehicles by American autowrights such as Chevrolet, Buick, and Dodge. Consult the venue map in advance to chart the most efficient course between each four-wheeled wonder.
Admission to the Utah International Auto Show is free for kids 6 and younger, in honor of their role as America's most prolific drivers. Children ages 12 and under also enter free with a paying adult on Sunday, January 16 and Monday, January 17.