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January 31, 2014 at 10:09 AM

7 weekend entertainment deals for the 12th Man — and 13th

Seems like every  entertainment venue in town is offering some sort of Seahawks deal this weekend — before or after the game, or in some cases, during it. Whether you’re true-blue (and -green) football fan, or couldn’t give a fig about the pigskin (let’s call you the 13th Man), you can save some big bucks on activities, museums and shows.

This is a partial list. If you have something to add, put it on the comments thread.

WEEKEND DISCOUNTS

Ice skate for free at the Comcast Community Ice Rink in Everett from noon to 2 on Sunday and again from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Skate rentals are $3.

Unexpected Productions is offering $12 Hometown Pride tickets this weekend, celebrating both Seahawks and Macklemore’s wins at the Grammy Awards. That’s a $3 discount on improv comedy Friday and Saturday nights.

Museum of Flight. Photo by Alan Berner/The Seattle Times.

Museum of Flight. Photo by Alan Berner/The Seattle Times.

Fans in Seahawks gear get into the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour for $12 through Super Bowl Sunday. Tickets (ordinarily $18) are only available at the door.

Keep that jersey on for half-price admission to the Museum of Flight and for a $3 discount to the Woodland Park Zoo, both through Sunday.

UMO Ensemble, a physical comedy troupe, presents a pay-what-you-can show on Sunday at ACT  Theatre, suitable for all ages. And tickets to Pacific Northwest Ballet‘s “Sleeping Beauty” are half-price on Sunday (call it the “Super Boal,” after PNB artistic director Peter Boal).

Kaori Nakamura as Aurora in PNB's "Sleeping Beauty." Photo by Angela Sterling.

Kaori Nakamura as Aurora in PNB’s “Sleeping Beauty.” Photo by Angela Sterling.

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