Big Savings Branson Missouri Vacation

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Hiltons of Branson. All opinions are 100% mine.

There’s big savings on a vacation to Branson Missouri right now as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of Silver Dollar City. About now we’re getting our summer vacation plans in order and as usual we’re looking for discounts. We also want a family friendly place to stay, one where don’t have to worry about our 11 year old daughter seeing something she shouldn’t. Plus a place that we can all have a great time.

Branson, Missouri has all that. We can take in the many shows that make Branson famous, go shopping, enjoy the outdoors and of course, visit Silver Dollar City, which is a huge amusement park. Silver Dollar has added a brand new ride, Tom & Huck’s RiverBlast, new shows and a $50,000 giveaway.

The Hiltons of Branson are offering a special discount package that includes deluxe accommodations for two nights in the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing or Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel. Plus there’s two adult tickets and two children’s tickets (ages 4 to 11) for two full days of fun at Silver Dollar City. It also includes a $25 food and beverage voucher for Level 2 Steakhouse located on the second floor of the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel. The cost of this two-night, three-day package starts at $455.00 plus tax. Additional tickets to Silver Dollar City are $53 (plus tax) per adult and $43.00 (plus tax) per child.

I’ve added Branson to our list of possible trips this summer for the savings and the fun.

Visit my sponsor: Celebrate Silver Dollar City’s 50th Birthday!

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  1. Trust me! It is well worth the travel. There’s something for everyone, the shows are fabulous and the shops are magnificent. We spend a lot of time just walking and checking out the different shops and things then take in shows at night. The area is beautiful, too: trees, hills, historic buildings… My only complaint is the traffic. Takes a while to get from place to place but it’s so worth it. I’m hoping to go back again this year. We live about 1 1/2 hours from there so we can go for the day/weekend with ease.