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Lowry Park Zoo is making some changes to its price structure to include new membership prices and also a "Pay For A Day, Come Back The Rest Of The Year Free" option.
The zoo is now offering the "ZooperPass," which allows adult and child guests to pay for the day and come back for the rest of the year. The passes purchased today are good through Dec. 2016. Ticket prices are $29.95 for adults and $22.95 for children.
There is also a new membership program for guests with several options.
An individual pass, which includes one member plus either a child or an adult guest, is $79. The Dual Plus pass for two members plus a guest is $105, and the Family Plus pass, which includes two adults, all dependent children under 18 plus a guest, is $149.
"Our goal is to offer our visitors absolutely the best value on engaging and unforgettable connections to wildlife, as well as to each other," said Lowry Park Zoo CEO Joe Couceiro.
All memberships are good for 12 months from the purchase date.
The new ZooperPass option is similar to the Busch Gardens "Fun Card," which also allows guests to pay for a day, come back all year.
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