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Live Nation Deal of the Week: Buy One Get One Free

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Planning on hitting up a show at the Cruzan or Bayfront Park Amphitheaters soon? Today is the day to pick up your tickets. Live Nation's Wednesday deal of the day is buy one lawn ticket get one free. Sure you'll still have to pay service and parking fees (unlike previous Wednesday deals) but getting tickets for half price will more than make up for a few dollars in fees. As always, this deal only runs until midnight tonight, so head over to the website to pick out your tickets. Click here or here for a list of shows at the venues.

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