CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - School has been out for less than two full weeks and chances are, parents have already heard their children say, "I'm bored".
If that's the case, Carowinds theme park in south Charlotte is offering all kinds of deals to lure you to the amusement park at a discount.
If you purchase your admission ticket at a Harris Teeter grocery story in North Carolina, you will automatically save $10. Bi-Lo stores in South Carolina are offering the same bargain.
The park is hoping the new "Intimidator" ride brings in the daring this summer. The coaster is billed as the 'fastest, tallest and longest' ride in the southeast.
If you are ready for the thrill and like eating at Bojangles, you can get a $10 coupon for Carowinds.
If you are a fan of the Carolina Cobra roller coaster, but don't want to pay for a full ticket, you might want to check out the fan page for Carowinds on facebook.
Check the social networking site's Carowinds page for promotional codes, discounted ticket information and deals on meals at the park.
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