Celebrating 12/12/12 at the Pier!

12/12/12 only happens once a century, which is why we’re celebrating the day here at the Pier with great discounts for everyone!

As coincidence would have it, this year we’re also celebrating the 12th anniversary of Winter WonderFest at Navy Pier! 12 years of Chicago’s favorite winter festival—what could be better?!

We want everybody to come on out and spend 12/12/12 with us and we’ve got several great deals for all our wonderful  fans!

Bring the family by for a fun-filled day at Winter WonderFest on December 12 and pay only $12 for activity wristbands!  Get a Regular or Premium Wristband for only $12 and take the kids on all of our fabulous Winter WonderFest rides!  Don’t forget to go for a whirl around the Arctic Ice Skating Rink!

Also, park your car at Navy Pier for only $12 before 5 p.m. on 12/12/12 (arrive after 5 p.m. and you’ll only pay $10 for parking as part of our great seasonal parking rates)!

Have you always wanted to experience our world-famous Ferris wheel? It definitely should be at the top of everyone’s  Navy Pier itinerary! And on 12/12/12, we’re offering a special buy 1 ride, get 2 rides free promotion!  And to top it off, the Ferris wheel tickets won’t ever expire!

We’ve also got one whopper of a sweepstakes planned for 12/12/12! Six lucky winners will take home two roundtrip American Airlines tickets to Miami, Los Angeles, or New York! Five winners will be chosen on-site; participants will need to register inside Winter WonderFest on December 12 and the winners will be drawn at 12:12 p.m., 1:12 p.m., 2:12 p.m., 3:12 p.m. and 4:12 p.m.! One set of tickets will be given away online; enter here for your chance to win! But make sure you enter before 12:12 p.m. on 12/12/12 when the online drawing closes!

Tons of Navy Pier’s fantastic tenants are also doing special deals on December 12. There are too many to mention here so make sure you take a look at this flyer to get the full scoop!

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