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Deal of the Day: Half Off Drink Tickets for Crystal City’s Pop-Up Wine & Beer Garden

Crystal City Wine in the Waterpark

Get ready for the imminent return of Crystal City’s outdoor pop-up beer and wine garden by stocking up on discounted drink tickets.

Today’s Deal of the Day gets you drink tickets at 50% off. Sold in packs of four drink tickets for only $10 (plus transaction fees), the tickets are valid for any regularly-priced beers or wines available at Wine in the Water Park every Friday in September.

Can’t make any of the Friday dates? You can still stock up because these drink tickets are valid at any event with a cash bar sponsored by the Crystal City Business Improvement District, including at the beer/wine garden at the Crystal Screen: Sips & Sweets movie festival, the annual Father’s Day Auto Show, the Air Force Association Cycling Classic Beer Garden, Wednesday Night Spins, or next year’s edition of Wine in the Water Park.

Purchase Today’s Deal Now

Daily Discount Code: SIPtemberWWP

WHEN: Every Friday in September from 5-10 p.m.

WHERE: Crystal City Water Park (1751 Crystal Drive, Arlington)

WHAT: Crystal City’s popular outdoor beer and wine garden returns for SIPtember with expanded hours. Now opening immediately after work at 5 p.m., patrons can ease into the weekend with a delicious beverage, live music, or even a painting session with ArtJamz (limited tickets available). As usual, experts from the Crystal City Wine Shop and the Washington Wine Academy will curate the delicious selections.

You’ll want to take advantage of this deal quickly — only 200 ticket four-packs are available and the deal ends after noon on Friday. Our previous deal sold out within a day.

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