Goldstar is great!

23 Sep

I love going to events, and when I first moved to DC I was always waaay over-exceeding my budget because I couldn’t resist going to plays, dance performances, on tours, etc. But then I discovered Goldstar.com. It’s a website that sells discounted tickets to events around the area. It’s free to join unless you want their fancy membership that lets you cancel your reservations.

You can read reviews of events by other Goldstar members, and you can earn free tickets by getting other people to sign up for Goldstar. Often events that you would have gone to anyway (Medieval Times!) are on Goldstar. Yay!

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