Black Friday 50 % TIBS Tickets On Now

Nov 23, 2023

The Black Friday Promotion applies to the following Toronto International Boat Show tickets purchased from NOW to Monday November 27 at 11:59 pm:

  • Adult 1-Day and 2-Day Admission Tickets
  • Senior 1-Day and 2-Day Admission Tickets
  • GO Transit + Boat Show Combo Tickets
  • Including! Tickets to the official Opening Day of the 66th Show: 

First Look Friday – Marine Trade, Media & Public Preview Day Friday, January 19, 2024, 1:00 pm – 7:00pm

To purchase 50% tickets click here https://unitytickets.com/se/TIBS2024/Ticket

Tickets will be available for download and will be emailed to you upon completion of your order. You must present your tickets on paper or on a mobile device at the show.
KIDS ages 16 and under are free to attend the show, no ticket required.

Price includes Service Fees & HST.

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