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Deal of the Day: Half Off Tickets to Clarendon Halloween Crawl

In Clarendon, you get one more chance to celebrate the most thrilling and chilling time of year, The Clarendon Halloween Crawl. Rise of the Day Drinkers on Saturday, November 4 will be the largest Halloween bar event in Arlington.

A ticket includes a souvenir haunted mug, party favors, access to Clarendon’s best bars, exclusive drink and food specials, free pictures of the event and a raffle entry to win great prizes. There will be amazing door prizes for the best dressed, so participants are encouraged to go all out with their most creative, funny or terrifying costumes.

Participating bars include: Clarendon Grill, Pamplona, Bar Bao, Mister Days, Whitlow’s, Whitlow’s Rooftop, Hunan One, Oz. and more bars to be announced.

With today’s ARLnow Deal of the Day, tickets are 50 percent off. Tickets, normally $20 each online, are half off when you use promo code “ARLNOW50.” Day of event tickets will be sold for $30.

Purchase Today’s Deal Now

Discount Code: ARLNOW50

WHEN: Saturday, November 4 from 1-9 p.m.

WHERE: Clarendon Neighborhood Bars

WHAT: Clarendon’s largest Halloween bar event.  Cover-free access to Clarendon’s best bars, great food and drink specials, party favors, free pictures of the event, costume contest and free raffle entry with amazing prizes. For more information please visit the event’s website: www.clarendonhalloweencrawl.com

You must be 21 or older to participate. Please drink responsibly.

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