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Jungle Island Luminosa deals, event’s extended to Feb. 9

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We’ve found several deals for Jungle Island’s Luminosa attraction. These are better than the deals we found last week and could disappear any time.

Luminosa includes 34 giant lantern exhibits, including a version of a South Beach Deco scene and a popular Wynwood destination. The exhibit has been extended through Feb. 9, 2020.

Jungle Island Luminosa deal

Luminosa takes guests on a journey through 13 acres, using light to explore wildlife, birds, flowers and Biscayne Bay. The exhibit includes towering orchids and flowers, a cassowary, silk parrots, a sea of glowing jellyfish, rare animals and a 114-foot long by 26-foot tall panoramic rendition of an iconic Miami destination decked out in Chinese graffiti art. 

Hours are 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Entertainment will include Winged Wonders show at 5:30 p.m. and Chinese acrobat shows at 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Jungle Island Luminosa deal

We found these discounts and deals on Jungle Island Luminosa.

Buy your tickets via Groupon for 29% off. With this deal, tickets are $28.88 for adults (no added taxes or fee) and $22.05 for children, any day. Get the Luminosa Groupon deal here.

Buy your tickets via Goldstar for 30% off. That’s $21 for a child and $27.50 for an adult. With this deal, you buy your tickets for a specific day, and weekends and holidays are included. Get the Luminosa Goldstar deal here.

Buy your tickets online and save 10 percent. With this deal, tickets are $37.08 for adults (including tax and fees), $31.78 for children 3-9 or $116.51 for a family package, two adults and two children. This deal is good any day of the week, but it may disappear as the holidays get closer.

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