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What You'll Get
Like a bottle of fine champagne, antique cars should be displayed prominently and taken outside only if they’re being slammed into the bow of a majestic yacht. Feast your eyes on worthy collectibles with today’s Groupon, which gets you into the International Collectibles & Antiques Shows at Metrolina Tradeshow Expo on Statesville Road. Choose between the following options:
- For $5, you get two tickets to the International Collectibles & Antiques Shows on your choice of weekend dates: February 3–6, March 3–6, May 5–8, June 2–5, June 30–July 3, August 4–7, September 1–4, or September 29–October 2 (a $10 value).
- For $10, you get two tickets to the Classic International Collectibles & Antique Shows on your choice of weekend dates: March 30–April 3 or November 2–6 (a $20 value).
An excellent destination for collectors of all kinds, the International Collectibles & Antique Shows boasts more than 2,000 vendors displaying rare finds in categories from home décor and jewelry to vintage toys and china. Marvel at the dizzying plethora of goodies during a fun-filled weekend of bargain-searching or crank it up a notch during the spring or fall Classic shows. At a Classic show, antiquers can peruse an even larger array of gifts and well-versed international dealers can answer your queries on topics such as coins, postcards, quilts, marbles, gold-plated manatee statues, and rugs. Children 16 and younger can attend any of the shows for free.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Valid only for option purchased. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About International Collectibles & Antiques Shows
Among the largest shows of their kind in the southeast, ICA events gather vendors from across the region and beyond to display rare, original pieces, including high-end antiques and vintage jewelry, as well as collectible toys, sports memorabilia, and military paraphernalia. Handmade and gourmet food options help sustain patrons as they wander the 98,000-square-foot space, perusing the imported china, furniture, and still-wrapped President Eisenhower figurines replete with karate-chop action.