How to Save Money OUTSIDE of Dollywood with A Gold Pass

One thing I love about my Dollywood Gold Season Pass is all of the money I save at the parks (both Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country), but did you know about all of the other discounts you get with your Season Pass OUTSIDE of the parks?

You receive exclusive discounts at regional and national attractions when you own a Dollywood Gold Season Pass. The attractions range from Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction to Ripley’s attractions and Stone Mountain Park in Atlanta to Silver Dollar City in Branson. During one of my last trips to the Dollywood area, I stopped by several of the different regional attractions to get the scoop on the discounts you get and how much money you can save!

At Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction, Season Passholders receive $3 off adult tickets and Gold Passholders receive $5 off adult tickets. For my family of three (two adults and one child), I am able to save $10 off of our two adult tickets. So even though I already have plans to attend and plans to pay the ticket price, the Gold Pass comes in so handy to help save me money, even when I least expected it!

Insider Tip

Your 20 percent discount on food and merchandise with a Gold Pass also works at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa. You can use it at any of the food or merchandise locations throughout the resort such as Song & Hearth: A Southern Eatery, DM Pantry and Pokeberry Lane.

The same $5 off adult tickets discount also applies at Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud and Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show. This makes each adult ticket the price of $51.99 from the regular price of $56.99, before tax. For The Comedy Barn Theater, Dollywood Season Passholders receive $5 off an adult ticket and Gold Passholders receive $7 off adult tickets. Instead of the regular $34.99 adult ticket price, you are able to get a ticket for $27.99, before tax.

Insider Tip

To receive the discounts, the best way is to call each show’s box office and be sure to have your Gold Season Pass handy!

Gold Passholders also receive a 20 percent discounted admission to many of the Ripley’s attractions in the Sevierville and Gatlinburg area, ranging from Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Ripley’s Haunted Adventure and Ripley’s Old MacDonald’s Farm Mini-Golf, just to name a few. So, if my family went to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, we would be able to save more than $17 on our admission SIMPLY by having a Dollywood Gold Season Pass.

If you want to visit Titanic Museum while you’re in town, Dollywood Passholders enjoy $5 off adult tickets and $1 off child tickets.

Visit Zoo Knoxville and Dollywood Passholders receive 20 percent off general admission. Just present your pass at the gate!

If my family and I went to Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction, The Comedy Barn Theater, and Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, we would be able to save more than $40 at attractions OUTSIDE of Dollywood by being a Gold Season Passholder!

Dollywood’s Gold Season Pass is the gift that keeps on giving, and during this holiday season, you should consider purchasing or renewing your Dollywood Season Passes for the 2021 season (and beyond). What do you have to lose? NOTHING because the Gold Pass will help you save money in more ways than you ever imagined! For more information about Gold Pass perks, click HERE.

By | 2020-12-07T12:39:35+00:00 December 7th, 2020|Area Entertainment, Best Value|0 Comments

About the Author:

A Tennessee native, Andrew Courtner (Dollywood Insider 2019-2021) has lived in all three parts of Tennessee twice during his life. He was born in Knoxville and grew up coming to Dollywood as a child with his family. He now resides in Cookeville, Tennessee, with his wife and son. Andrew has his dream job of being a college professor teaching educational research and quantitative statistics. Andrew frequently visits Dollywood throughout the year making new Dollywood memories with his family while reminiscing about the memories he made as a kid. Andrew is excited to share his experiences and tips (especially about roller coasters and thrill rides) at Dollywood, Dollywood's Splash Country and Dollywood's DreamMore Resort and Spa.
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