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Valentine’s Day – Nothing says “I love you" like the gift of royalty

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Listen up my lords and ladies! If you are looking for a way to show your special someone the royal treatment this Valentine’s Day, head over to Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, where you’ll find just the ticket to romance – and save a little money! Today through Sunday, February 16, 2014, Atlanta’s legendary dinner show celebrates Cupid’s holiday by offering a Valentine’s Day Couple’s Package (valued at over $250) for only $99!

What you get…
A four-course feast fit for a king or queen and a dinner show featuring intense battle scenes along with a live jousting tournament. Additionally, couples will receive a photo, Valentine scroll, champagne (or non-alcoholic beverage) in keepsake glasses, two cheering flags, a cheering wand and two admissions to the dungeon!

Not coming as a couple, but rather single or a family? No problem! Medieval Times is sharing the love this month by collecting items to benefit Atlanta Community Food Bank, so donate a non-perishable item and get a ticket for just $32.95!

If you go…
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Atlanta Castle
Sugarloaf Mills (5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Lawrenceville, GA)
Book tickets online at or by phone 1-888-935-6878
USE CODE VDGR for Couple’s Package
USE CODE 32SOUP for All Seats $32.95



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