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July 23, 2013
December 4, 2011
· April 24, 2018
What You'll Get
Ice is nothing more than water that won't let people swim in it. Punish such stubbornness by merrily crisscrossing its frozen surface with sharp metallic blades with today's Groupon: for $9, you get a premium wristband to Navy Pier's Winter WonderFest (a value of up to $18). Redeem your Groupon between Friday, December 3, and Friday, December 17, to hit the ice and celebrate the season.
Along with 750,000 twinkling lights and tree-laden, fully decked halls, this year’s Winter WonderFest boasts a bevy of wintery attractions. Unlike magnetic energy bracelets and solid-gold handcuffs, premium wristbands include access to the indoor ice rink and all rides and festival highlights, including the slippery snowflake slide, a 50-foot-high indoor Ferris wheel, a 40-foot-high wind-glider ride, a musical carousel, and more. Brand-new amusements include a liftless skiing simulation and a virtual snowmobile run free of polar bear hitchhikers. Freezer-friendly adventurers can take on the ice-ropes course, where they'll have to maneuver across beams, staircases, and platforms. Plus, you can enjoy live entertainment, such as jugglers, comedians, magicians, and dancers.
Be on-hand Saturday, December 4, to see Santa open the festivities at 6 p.m., then stay to see the fireworks display light up the night sky without the use of combustible reindeer. Reduced-price parking is available throughout Winter WonderFest.
Though Winter WonderFest offers its own coupon for $3 off wristbands on weekdays December 3–17, this Groupon can be used on weekends and is a better deal regardless of when it's used.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 17, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Valid 12/3-17. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Navy Pier
Located on Lake Michigan, Navy Pier is Chicago’s mission-driven cultural district, designed to inspire, educate and connect communities. A nonprofit since 2011, Navy Pier is free and accessible to all. It has the autonomy to act in ways that serve the greater good, with support from the corporate and philanthropic community to create impact where it matters most. Stretching more than six city blocks and welcoming more than 9 million guests annually, Navy Pier offers year-round accessibility to its guests and forms an elegant canvas for the unexpected. Originally opened in 1916 as a shipping and recreation facility, the Pier features more than 50 acres of public parks, restaurants, attractions, retail shops, exposition facilities and more.