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Entertainment Dinotown is closing forever - $1 off discount coupon (up to 5 adult admissions)

Discussion in 'Shopping Discussions' started by milquetoast, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    North America's only cartoon dinosaur town is closing September 6, 2010. I've never been there, but I think I'll do the super cool (and not definitely lame) thing and make a trip there before it closes. Hopefully they'll have enough activities that aren't strictly kid only :D.

    Website: http://www.dinotown.com/

    You get a discount for $1 off adult admission (up to 5 adults) when you sign up for their newsletter, but I'll attach the letter you get and the coupon link.

    To sign up for their newsletter: http://www.dinotown.com/default.aspx?PAGE_ID=135

    Link to the coupon: http://www.dinotown.com/images/coupon.jpg


  2. kinase

    kinase New Member

    Its a sad day when Dino Town is closing...still remember it when it was Flintstones...

  3. snoopy

    snoopy New Member

    The kids loved it . Thanks!
  4. kathy82tse

    kathy82tse New Member

    I never even knew of this place! =o=
  5. carmoola

    carmoola New Member

    Oh no! I love this place! Brings back some childhood memories!
  6. milquetoast

    milquetoast Senior Member

    Turns out they are closing because of a business deal. The owner of Dinotown had a brain tumour operation and sold the land. The surgery was successful but in the end the property was still sold.

    "It was not a meteor strike that killed it but a business deal. Dinotown's 18 acres have been sold to a land developer. An RV park is planned where once cast-concrete tyrannosauri rex roamed the Earth."

    Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/Extinction+Chilliwack+dinosaurs+paves+park/3417076/story.html#ixzz0y80uvOp4

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