Our event calendar features fun, free, and cheap things to do around the Puget Sound region. For the weekend of September 23-25 2022, you’ll find virtual (live stream, on-demand, etc.) as well as in-person events. Our website serves primarily six counties on Puget Sound: Skagit, Snohomish, Island, Kitsap, King, and Pierce.
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Free and cheap things to do this weekend
Friday, September 23, 2022
Saturday, September 24, 2022
Sunday, September 25, 2022
For weekdays or any other weekend during the year be sure to visit the Greater Seattle on the Cheap event calendar. It’s your one stop place any time you’re want to find something fun to do without shelling out a lot of moola.
More information about Greater Seattle on the Cheap
Greater Seattle on the Cheap publishes information about free and cheap events, discount tickets on entertainment, and tips for saving money while living in (or visiting) the Puget Sound region. We cover the Seattle-Tacoma Metro area and surrounding region, from Mt. Vernon to JBLM, Bremerton to North Bend, and everywhere in-between.
We focus on free events, cheap things to do ($15 admission, or less), discount tickets on entertainment through Goldstar, and other ways to reduce entertainment costs (such as buy tickets in advance, use a coupon or code, or volunteer at the event).
You’ll find things to do this weekend, plus plenty of choices every night of the week, including movies, live music, fairs & festivals, sporting events, and more–anything we find that our readers might enjoy.
We post the deals as we find them. But you know the drill: Prices and promotions are subject to change without notice. So be sure to check with the merchant before you head out.
Greater Seattle on the Cheap is owned and published by Carole Cancler. For more information, visit our About Page. We are a member of the Living on the Cheap network. Find another cheap city and get advice from experts across the country on how to live the good life for less wherever you live or travel.
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But wait, there’s more!
- Find free and cheap things to do every day on the Greater Seattle on the Cheap calendar.
- And here’s a list of 101+ always free things to do for fun.
- Visit the Greater Seattle on the Cheap home page and choose from a menu of free and cheap activities in the Puget Sound region.
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