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Taste Washington discount available through Dec. 31
The Washington State Wine Commission presented another Christmas gift idea to those who enjoy Washington wine — a $10 discount on general admission tickets to Taste Washington on March 23-24 in Seattle.
It’s grown to a two-day event, although single-day tickets remain available to what is billed as the country’s largest single-region food and wine event. More than 200 wineries and 40 delicious Puget Sound restaurants will be spotlighted at CenturyLink Field’s Event Center.
A single-day general admission ticket is $80, while a two-day general admission ticket is $125, and the $10 discount is good through Dec. 31. The “$10 OFF Holiday Promotion” appears at checkout.
Start at TasteWashington.org.
Note: The two-day VIP ticket ($185) is not part of this promotion.