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8 Cultural Institutions With Cyber Monday Deals
Discounted tickets and holiday deals abound at these local theaters and museums.
Sure, Cyber Monday is mostly about snagging holiday gifts and party dresses at half off. But why not steal some culture deals while you’re at it? Whether you prefer taking in some Shakespeare or hearing live music, these area arts venues are offering great seasonal deals.
The Folger Consort is offering $25 tickets to selected upcoming concerts including Florence: Christmas Music of the Trecento and Paris: Music for the City of Light. To redeem the Cyber Monday deal use the code CYBER25 when purchasing tickets.
Bethesda children’s theater Imagination Stage is offering $10 orchestra seats for “Anime Momotaro,” a folktale production inspired by Japanese animation. Use the code Cyber12 when buying tickets.
The National Geographic Store stocks everything from atlases to gadgets and is offering free shipping today only.
The Newseum is offering a holiday discount of 10 percent off admission through December. Plus you can tour any day and come back the next day free.
Signature Theatre is offering 50 percent off tickets of select performances of the remaining mainstay shows in the 2012-13 season, including Dreamgirls, Shakespeare’s R & J, Crimes of the Heart, and Company.
If you’re searching for a gift for the science or culture geek in your life, you may want to check the Smithsonian’s online store, which sells everything from jewelry to toys for adults and kids alike. Get free shipping on orders of more than $100 through November 30.
Today is the last day of Strathmore’s Holiday Weekend Sale on gift certificates for arts lovers. Depending how much you spend, you get an additional $10 to $50 gift certificate. Visit Strathmore’s website for more details.
Get a $35 ticket to A Trip to the Moon at Synetic Theater. Enter CYBERMON at checkout to redeem today’s special price.
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