Debbie's Deals: National Western Stock Show and Rodeo discount tickets

DENVER - The annual National Western Stock Show is underway in Denver.

If you want to go, here's how to go for cheap.

Deal #1: Parking. In the past, parking cost $5, $10, even $15 or more depending on where you parked. This year, parking is free if you buy a ticket.

Deal #2, cheap seats for certain shows. Tickets start at $14 for the Pro Rodeo on Thursday, January 17 and 7 p.m. It's $15 for the Pro Rodeo on Friday, January 18, at 1:30 p.m.

Prices vary for each show, so you just have to click on each date to see ticket prices. (See ticket website.)

Deal #3, package deals. To make it easier, the National Western Stock Show is offering two package deals -- one with two tickets and one with four tickets.

Boots Night Out includes two reserved seats and two beverages to one of six different shows for $39. Here's the $39 shows: Draft Horse show on Jan 25 (7pm), Jan 26 (7pm); Pro Rodeo on Jan. 22 (7pm) and Jan. 18 (7:30pm); MLK Jr African-American Heritage Rodeo on Jan. 21 (6pm) and Gamblers Choice Open Jumper Stake on Jan. 18 (7:30pm).

There are two other shows available but the package deal goes up to $49 and $59.

The Family 4-pack deal offers four reserved seats, four hot dogs, four bags of chips and four drinks for $88 to two shows -- the Draft Horse show on Jan. 27 (1pm) and the Super Dogs show on Jan. 22 (6:30pm).

The package deal is available for three other shows for $99.

Learn more about the package deals here.

The packages are available through the National Western Box Office at 4655 Humboldt Street, Denver, CO 80216 or call 1-888-551-5004. Remember, if you buy over the phone or online, there is an extra $4.50 charge PER TICKET for service charges and handling charges. You do NOT have to pay that fee if you buy your tickets at the box office.

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