Tickets to the Minnesota State Fair are as cheap as they've been for many a year thanks to a flash sale that's being held Tuesday only.
The Minnesota State Fair is holding the one-day sale that will make tickets for the 2021 fair available for $10 – a saving of up to $5 for adults who usually pay on the gate, and $2 for those who pre-order.
The fair will allow individuals to buy up to 12 tickets at this price, and they can do so here.
The fair is hoping to capitalize on people's anticipation for the return of the Great Minnesota Get-Together, which was canceled in 2020 due to COVID-19. The prospects of it going ahead in 2021 look rosier thanks to the apparent effectiveness of the COVID vaccines being developed.
Tickets for the 2021 Grandstand Concerts are also on sale, with acts announced so far including Miranda Lambert, The Doobie Brothers, Tim McGraw, and Darci Lynne & Friends.
Next month, the fair will partner with the Minnesota nonprofit Bridging to collect donations for its Kitchen Packs (new/gently used can opener, mixing spoon, spatula and dish towel) that will be donated to in need families.
This will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 12 at the parking lot south of Como Avenue, across from the Warner Coliseum on
It also has a holiday gift guide featuring more than 280 vendors selling their wares, which you can find here.