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Jungle Queen Riverboat in Fort Lauderdale: Discounts available

The Jungle Queen Riverboat is a popular attraction for South Florida residents, especially when friends and family are in town.

The iconic vessel floats along the lovely New River in Fort Lauderdale and includes a narrated sightseeing excursion and a stop-over on a “private island” with dinner and a variety show. It really is a cool experience.

If you want to experience it for yourself, you should know about all the discount opportunities that are currently available.

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Jungle Queen Riverboat prices & discounts

Regular prices for adults and teenagrers: $23.49-$62.95, excluding taxes, tips and fees

For children age 3-12: $13.86-$35.95

Parking on site is $8.

Discount opportunities include

  • 10 percent off with AAA membership; offered at box office
  • $2 off for seniors; offered online or at box office
  • active military get free entry or 30 percent off depending on excursion, 15 percent off for up to 5 others; offered at box office
  • inactive military get 20 percent off or 50 percent off depending on excursion, 15 percent off for up to 5 others; offered at box office

According to the website: “We offer a variety of fully narrated 90-Minute Sightseeing cruises down the ‘Venice of America,’ Fort Lauderdale’s New River, sailing through Millionaire’s Row with homes of the rich and famous, spectacular mega yachts…

“Live entertainment during dinner, and a laugh-out-loud variety show after dinner. Be sure to take a few minutes to tour our beautiful tropical isle with lush foliage, exotic animals, and yummy soft serve ice cream at our gift shop.”   

Information is on the official website, including discount opportunities, or call 954-462-5596.

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Patti Roth

About Patti Roth

Patti Roth, the editor of Fort Lauderdale on the Cheap, scouts out state and national deals, discounts and coupons for our readers, finding the real deals and presenting them in an easy-to-read format. A veteran newspaper and magazine writer and a longtime South Florida resident, she has written for The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Travel and Life, E Environmental Magazine, Dog Fancy, Cat Fancy, US Architecture and Send your cheap tips to her at

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