Buy your tickets from Reserve Branson. You’ll get a two-day pass for just $5 more than the price of one day (click on “Select Tickets” and scroll down to see the 2-day deal). Most sites are advertising this same deal as two days for the price of one, but it’s actually an extra $5 for the second day.
Buy a package deal. I was able to find a deal for a two-night hotel stay (Friday and Saturday in June) for a family of four plus two-day park tickets for $376 (+tax). If you were to buy just tickets (no hotel) for a family of four, it would cost you $236 for one day or $256 for two days using the cheap two-day ticket option. Keep in mind that prices will vary based on availability.
Buy a season pass. If you’re going to go to Silver Dollar City more than once this summer, you may as well buy a season pass. Adult season passes are only $87 (vs. $60 for a one-day pass). Child season passes are $77 (vs. $49 for a one-day pass). Seniors (62+) will pay $81 for a season pass (vs. $58 for a single-day pass).
Go after 3:00 p.m. and your next day is free.
Visit the park on a Thursday. But first, stop by select Price Cutter, Country Mart, Ramey, Smitty’s, Summer Fresh, or Bistro Market locations in Missouri and purchase a one-day ticket for just $35 plus tax (adult or child).
Join the military. Just kidding. But if you’re actually already in the military, they’ll give you a two-day pass for the price of one OR $5 off a one-day ticket. And your kids will get in free. Click here to see the rules and restrictions.
Become a firefighter. In celebration of Silver Dollar City’s new Fireman’s Landing, firefighters will get free admission, plus $30 tickets for their families (up to 4 people) March 14 – May 3, 2015.
Go to a timeshare presentation. There are timeshare kiosks located throughout Branson that offer free Silver Dollar City discounts if you’re willing to sit through their (lengthy) presentation. Chances are, you’ll find a kiosk just by walking down the street. If not, ask at your hotel.
Check with your bank or credit union. Some Kansas City area banks and credit unions offer Silver Dollar City discounts, but may not always do a good job of letting their customers know. It sometimes pays to ask.