Discount (or Free) Admission to North Texas Irish FestivalThe North Texas Irish Festival is scheduled for March 5-7 at Fair Park in Dallas. Tickets range anywhere from $10 to $30 (for an all-weekend pass), but you can get discounts, or even free tickets. Here’s how:

Get there early. OnFriday, March 5, if you show up anytime from 6-7 p.m., you can get in free. Yep, free. It pays to be early!
Go Friday. Tickets are only $10 on Friday, compared to Saturday and Sunday, when tickets are $15.
Stop by Tom Thumb. You can get a $1 discount on Saturday or Sunday tickets by buying them at your local Tom Thumb grocery store ahead of time.
Peruse the website. The festival’s site ( claims that they have 50% discount coupons for Friday tickets on their site from time to time, so check it out and see if you get lucky.
Be a senior or student. Those 55 and up, and students with valid ID, can get in for $10 per day.
Use other various discounts. City of Dallas employees, DART employees, and KERA members all get $2 off admission.
Follow them on Facebook. No guarantees, but if you become a fan on Facebook  you might get notice of some specials before anyone else.

Group discounts are also available; call them for details. To purchase tickets online, see their ticket page.