$2 Tuesday at the Illinois State Fair
Discount admission booklets available for $45
Posted on August 5, 2022
The Illinois State Fair has announced $2 Tuesday for the 2022 Illinois State Fair. On Tuesday, Aug. 16, all carnival rides will be just $2 each, making it more affordable to take spins on your favorites as many times as you like. Tuesday is not the only day you can find $2 ride tickets. On opening day, Aug. 11 the tradition of $2 rides will continue from open to close.
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