Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Disney On Ice - Toy Story 3

In case your holidays were busy like mine and you didn't get a chance to purchase tickets for the upcoming Disney On Ice show in Cleveland, I wanted to remind you about the show and the ticket offer available to you. The Disney on Ice show coming to Cleveland this year is Toy Story 3 and will playing at the Quicken Loans Arena from January 7th to January 17th.
The kids really enjoyed the Disney on Ice show that we saw last year and since they both love all of the Toy Story movies (my daughter would watch any of the Toy Story movies daily), I am really looking forward to seeing this show with them.

    The summer’s biggest hit movie, Toy Story 3 and famed moments from Toy Story and Toy Story 2 are hitting the ice in this sensational live production coming to Cleveland.

    Catch all the heroic action when Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie and the Toy Story gang escape from the rambunctious Sunnyside Daycare tots and hit the ice, in their most daring adventure ever, introducing Barbie’s groovy bachelor Ken and Lots-o’-Huggin’ Bear. It’s the biggest Toy Story experience on ice, jam-packed with fast paced adventure including Buzz’s galactic battle with Emperor Zurg and a hoe down on the set of Woody’s Roundup.

    Rediscover the humor, friendship and unique toy ingenuity when Disney On Ice presents Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 3 takes family fun to infinity and beyond!

I’m excited that I have been provided with a special ticket discount code for A Busy Mom of Two readers!
OFFER: Tickets for $11 each (service/facility fees may apply)
RESTRICTIONS: Not valid on Front Row or VIP seats; no double discounts; limit 4 per order
LINK to purchase tickets:

For more event details including show times and ticket prices visit the Quicken Loans Arena website.

No compensation was received for this post. I am a Feld Family Activator and will receive tickets to take my family to the show.


Grams said...

I went on the sight and the fees are more than the tickets. The $11 ickets end up being $30 tickets. Is there a way to use the code in person to avoid the fees?