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Get 15 percent off tickets to Orlando Ballet's Romeo & Juliet at the Dr. Phillips Center
If you are trying not to spend money on meaningless consumer goods, but your credit card trigger finger is getting itchy on Cyber Monday, we have a solution for you: Give that cash to a local arts organization or museum. Here are a few running specials until midnight today:
Save 15 percent on tickets for Orlando Ballet's Romeo & Juliet.
Use promo code CYBER15 before 11:59 p.m. Monday night.
Orlando Museum of Art:
Save on new individual and family memberships Monday. Dual/Family Membership (two adults, two children) for $50 (original price: $80; use promo code CYBERDF) or an Individual Membership for $35 (original price: $55; use promo code CYBERIND). For new OMA members only.
Orlando Science Center:
Get 15 percent off gift memberships Monday only, until 11:59 p.m. Memberships include free general admission and parking every day, free admission to special events like Science Night Live and Otronicon, discounts on summer camps and educational programs. Discount is applied automatically at checkout. Individual Membership: $97.75 (usually $115); Couple Membership: $114.75 (usually $135); Family Membership: $131.75 (usually $155); Grandparent Family Membership: $131.75 (usually $155)
Florida Film Festival:
Get 40 percent off opening night party tickets (regular price: $125, Cyber Steal price: $75), plus be entered to win a free Enzian Theater membership. Monday only.
Mad Cow Theatre:
Buy one Mini-Pack subscription (four tickets and four drinks, to be used in any combination at Mad Cow's regular season programming), get one 20 percent off. With the Mini-Pack discount, that equals 60 percent off regular ticket prices. Use discount code BOGO20 online at checkout. Monday only – this sale ends at midnight.
Timucua Arts White House:
Monday only, get BOGO tickets to highly anticipated ticketed concerts, or buy a membership (which allows you priority seating to all concerts) and get a free ticket to the Timucua fundraising gala on Dec. 1.