MERRITT ISLAND, Fla. — The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is launching a new offer for some Florida residents.
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The attraction has created a special “Mercury Offer” for discounted tickets this month.
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The park will offer reduced admission for residents from Orange, Volusia and Osceola counties from Sept. 12 through 18.
Residents of those three counties can purchase a one-day admission for $19 for adults, and $14 for children ages 3 – 11.
“As part of the Mercury initiative, guests are encouraged to bring canned goods and nonperishable food items to donate to the local Second Harvest Food Bank,” a spokesperson said.
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A donation is not required to receive admission savings.
Tickets can be purchased on-site beginning Sept.12.
Proof of residency in the form of a driver’s license or utility bill is required to receive the special, one-day admission rate.
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Only the purchaser needs to be a resident of one of the listed counties.
More information about the special admission deal at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex can be found here.
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