Dollywood welcomes ‘Everyday Heroes’ for $39, everyone else pays kids’ price

by Dave Parfitt

Nestled in Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains, Dollywood is arguably one of America’s most beautiful theme parks. To recognize frontline workers, first responders, public employees and military currently serving our communities and country, Dollywood is offering an “Everyday Heroes” admission ticket for $39 (a savings of $40). In addition, everyone in the general public can purchase an admission ticket for the kids price of $69 (a $10 savings). Both offers are valid until Sept. 21.

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Dollywood’s Everyday Heroes Appreciation Days allows qualifying guests the opportunity to buy a one-day Dollywood admission ticket online for just $39 plus tax. The online-only offer can be purchased for a limited time and is valid for use until Sept. 21. Frontline employees need a special redemption code, available from their employer, to complete the transaction. Employers need to fill out an online form to request a redemption code for their company.

Grist Mill at Dollywood
Grist Mill at Dollywood, photo by Dave Parfitt

Once the employees receive their redemption code, the Everyday Heroes may purchase up to six $39 one-day admission tickets to Dollywood. Additionally, these Everyday Heroes can receive rates as low as $129 per night at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa.

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Bedroom suite at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort, photo by Dave Parfitt

Dollywood is also extending its popular “Everyone Pays Kids’ Price” promotion, where anyone can purchase a regular one-day admission to the theme park for the child price of $69 (valid through Sept. 21). As a bonus, Dollywood is throwing in a free refillable drink mug with this ticket that allows unlimited $0.99 cold refills through Jan. 2, 2021. 

Dollywood was forced to delay its season opening to June due to the coronavirus pandemic, but no longer requires reservations to visit the park. A recent trip report suggested there was constant cleaning, plenty of physical distancing, and recommended to “go and experience what the park has to offer.”

Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas
Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas, photo by Dave Parfitt

Dollywood’s 35th season runs through Jan. 2, 2021 and still includes two upcoming holiday events: Dollywood’s Harvest Festival (Sept. 25 – Oct. 31) features Great Pumpkin LumiNights, while the season concludes with Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas, which runs from Nov. 14, 2020 – Jan. 2, 2021.

For more information, head to Dollywood.com.


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Dawn August 7, 2020 - 3:23 pm

Why does Dollywood online site NOT offer the everyone pays kids price tickets??? HELP!

Pam Walton August 23, 2020 - 2:54 pm

I have not received a code to buy tickets for $39?? I filled out all info over 2 weeks ago! I AM ON THE FRONT LINE, I DO “COVID TEST” 5 DAYS A WEEK!! I DRAW BLOOD ON PEOPLE 5 DAYS A WEEK THAT THINK THEY HAVE HAD COVID!! I HAVE NOT STOP WORKING, NO BREAK..Huntsville AL. Police were given a code BUT NOT ME??? WE “WERE COMING to Dollywood in October but now don’t know..PLEASE PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHY OH WHY I AN NOT GIVEN A CODE???
Pam Walton [email protected].
I LIVE IN CALERA AL. BUT I WORK FOR AMERICAN ESOTERIC LABORATORIES 1701 MEMPHIS TN. I sent a info even info with Alabama info…just want to know why I can’t get code for $39 tickets. Thank you

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