Toronto Boat Show 50% Discount: Black Friday to Cyber Monday

TIBS 4 Day Sale

Nov 23, 2017

Heads-up! TIBS is distributing an exclusive 4-Day ticket discount to the Toronto Boat Show’s 70,000+ Captain’s Club members!

Watch your inbox, tomorrow Friday, November 24, announcing the Black Friday Sale with the link to purchase tickets.

This exclusive 50% discount offer is valid 4 days only – from Black Friday, November 24, until Cyber Monday, November 27 – get your tickets to the 2018 Toronto Boat Show for $10 each! (Regular adult admission for January 13 to 21 is $20 onsite; discount offer does not apply to January 12 Preview Day.)

 

Customers who are NOT Captain’s Club members, can sign up here to ensure they get the 50% discount when purchasing tickets online November 24 to 27!

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