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South Florida's equivalent to the North Pole is a little patch of land seasonally stacked with games, food, shows, and nativity right off el Palmetto.

For 29 years, Santa's Enchanted Forrest has represented Christmas in Miami. Not to mention it also help launch the career of Hialeah hottie GiGi Diaz.

With its 100+ rides, delicious carnival fare, and catchy, timeless commercial jingle, the Tropical Park staple has welcomed hundreds upon thousands of visitors in its lifetime. While ticket prices are a steal at $25.69 for adults, they're even better when they're free. And we've got four of them to give away.

Find out how to win four tickets to Santa's Enchanted Forrest after the cut.

To enter the contest, Like the Cultist Facebook page and leave a comment on the Santa's Enchanted Forrest Giveaway post. Share your favorite SEF memory or make us laugh with a funny Christmas story. We'll pick a random winner at 12 p.m. on Monday, November 14.

Good luck, y'all. 

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