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What You'll Get
For $8, today's side deal gets you two general-admission tickets to the pumpkin patch––both of which include one pumpkin––and more at TG Farms (a $17.44 value, including tax). This Groupon can be redeemed at either the Newcastle or Norman locations and expires November 13.
TG Farms is an expansive outdoor oasis for autumn activities. Entry to TG Farms' pumpkin patch includes access to activities for kids and grown-ups alike. Jump aboard a cozy hay chariot, find your way out of the giant corn maze or hay maze, and cozy up to creatures at the petting zoo or duck pond. Tiny tots can participate in the tricycle race, and a giant hay jump and slide is on hand for those wishing to increase their heart rate. Visit the pumpkin patch and pick out a future pie or jack-o'-lantern (one pumpkin per person is included in admission). TG Farms closes at dark each day and opens at 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday and at noon on Sundays.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 13, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Must use in 1 visit. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About TG Farms Pumpkin Patch
At TG Farms Pumpkin Patch, autumn’s shifting breezes not only herald a fresh crop of gourds, but also the start of the farm’s annual festivities. From morning until nightfall, families traipse through the patch in search of a pumpkin that will transform into their dream jack-o’-lantern or a car for their children to take to college, and navigate the twists and turns of a massive corn maze. On a calm pond, ducks await generous handfuls of feed, and a petting zoo lets wee ones commune with calves and goats. Back under a roof, the gift shop hosts decorative gourds, straw bales, and other fall decor.
Although autumn is the season when activity reaches a fever pitch, TG Farms is open to outdoor enthusiasts year-round. In spring, visitors learn how crops grow in the fields and flowers bloom in greenhouses. When the sun strengthens into summer, farmers peddle homegrown tomatoes and juicy watermelon. And in winter, when the last leaves have frozen over, families can pick out a fresh-cut Christmas tree or collect a jar of fresh snowman tears.