To paraphrase the theme song, you can have a sunny day at Sesame Place while sweeping some of the cost away. The theme park in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, charges as much as $55 for a two-day ticket. It also has a large number of discount opportunities. Some of them are good for single-day admissions, while others are based on the time of day you visit the park.
Do a complete review of the sesameplace website before you go to the park. The links tickets, special offers, and discounts all have offers that can change every month. In 2011, some of the offers were $20 off for visits between September 10 and October 30, $25 off for any visits after 3 p.m., and a "Zoe's Birthday Bonus Day" that took $30 off for any visits on September 30.
Check any local convenience stores such as Wawa and Turkey Hill for coupons. In some years, the stores had $5 and $10 coupons.
Check for standing discount offers, such as a $3 deal to any person showing an AAA membership card and military discounts. if a military discount is in place, it does extend to spouses.
Do a package deal with a hotel. Check the Sesame Place website link "Getaways" for its current arrangements. The package deal will cut down on the overall price of the hotel and the park admission, but it only works if you plan to stay at an affiliated hotel.
Check RetailMeNot.com for coupon codes for Sesame Place when you purchase tickets online. Recent Sesame Street Place coupon codes have included $6 off admission and $3 off lunch and dinner with the characters.