If you are still working on your new year’s resolutions and if one of them was to save money in 2020, then take note of some big ways to SAVE at the Birmingham Home Show. Renovation budgets can run high and the Birmingham Home Show can help you save on home improvement projects before you even get started.
Here are some of the great ways to save at the Birmingham Home Show:
Save Time and Money: Skip the box office lines at the show and save some money when you buy your tickets in advance on the show site. Advance tickets are $8, saving you $3 off the box office admission.
Show Only Specials: Many exhibitors at the Birmingham Home Show feature deals and discounts on products and projects that are only available for guests of the show. Keep your eyes peeled for deals, ask about show specials and get a quote on the spot at many of our exhibitor’s booths.
The Birmingham Home Show is proud to offer special days at the show for select members of our community:
Skilled Trade Day: Trade Day is on Friday, February 14 with complimentary admission offered to those in a home-related skilled trade or students enrolled in a vocational school. Just present ID in the form of a business card, trade association membership card or school ID at the box office.
Saluting Our Heroes: To thank them for their service, active and retired military and first responders get complimentary admission as the show celebrates Hero Day on Friday, February 14. A valid ID must be presented at the box office.
Senior Day: Friday is also Senior Day, tickets for seniors aged 60 and over are available for just $7 at the box office. Some conditions do apply, check in at the box office for full details.
Celebrating Educators. Sunday, February 16 is Teachers Day. In celebration of the hard work and the important roll teachers hold in our community, all educators and school employees can attend the show for FREE. Just present a valid ID at the box office.
For full ticket information for your visit to the Birmingham Home Show see our site. Then, visit the show February 14-16, 2020 at the BJCC.