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Kennywood offering holiday weekend tickets sale

Frank Carnevale
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Kennywood Park is offering ticket promotions for the Memorial Day weekend.

Kennywood Park is offering ticket promotions for the Memorial Day weekend.

The West Mifflin institution is offering a buy-one-get-one offer on Sunday. Tickets are $54.99 for adults, $36.99 for juniors (people under 46” tall); and $28.99 for seniors. To get the BOGO deal you must order tickets online.

On Memorial Day all tickets to the park are $29.99.

The park is hosting their Ribs and Blues Festival on both days which features local BBQ offerings as well as live music.

More info is available on the Kennywood site.

If you’re looking ahead for your trip to Kennywood, Steelers Country and the Steel Curtain roller coaster are expected to be completed by this summer.

But if you’re a ketchup fan and love your Heinz, you may want to pack some. And after taking heat for changing the cheese sauce for its fries at The Potato Patch, Kennywood also caused a stir by serving Hunt’s ketchup, which has not gone over well with many Pittsburghers.

This is Kennywood’s 121st season.

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Frank via Twitter .

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