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callaway gardens fantasy in lightsIf you’re planning to check out Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens this season, now’s the time to snag discount tickets, no coupon code required.

If you’ve never been to Fantasy in Lights, it’s five miles of holiday-light displays that feature 15 custom-designed yuletide scenes made up of eight million lights, animation, and music.

While they last, $42 buys a Fantasy in Lights visit for two at Callaway Gardens (or $78 buys a visit for four), thanks to a deal on Groupon.

FYI–Children age 5 & under are admitted for free but require a ticket, so you’ll need to mention young children when making a reservation when you redeem your voucher.

If you miss out on that deal, you can still save. Admission to Fantasy in Lights is regularly $28 for adults & $14 for children ages 6-12 in advance; same-day tickets are $30 at the gate. On value dates (November 17, 20-21, & 27-30; December 4-7, 11-14, 26-28; & January 1-6), the advance ticket price drops to $21 for adults & $10.50 for children.

On specialty nights, you can take advantage of other admission deals. November 11 is March of Dimes Night ($21 for adults & $10.50 for children), November 12 is Bicycle Night (bicycles only; $21 for adults & $10.50 for children), and December 31 is Fantasy & Fireworks (weather permitting; regular admission rates apply).

Fantasy in Lights is open nightly from November 17, 2017-January 6, 2018. Callaway Gardens is located at 17800 U.S. 27 Pine Mountain in Pine Mountain, GA.

–Jennifer Maciejewski

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  2 Responses to “Discounts: Fantasy In Lights at Callaway Gardens”

  1. Since the highest price ticket is only $28 – I assume the savings being based on $120 for 4 tickets must take into account fees and taxes?

  2. That’s my guess, too…four $28 tickets for four adults comes to $128ish after tax & fees. The list price is $120 at the gate for four adults, so it could be based on that. For me, I just look at what matches my family’s needs & go with whichever ends up cheaper…sometimes that’s a mix of adult & kid tix on a cheap night, other times it’s a Groupon. ~Jenn

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