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Phantom of the Opera 12/14-15 (3 seats left)
Phantom of the Opera 12/14-15 (3 seats left)

12/14/2013 - 12/15/2013

Join us as we travel to Minneapolis to see the traveling broadway show “The Phantom of the Opera.” This is one of the TOP shows on Broadway.

Included in the trip:
Motor coach transportation, picking up in Yankton, Vermillion, Beresford, Canton, Sioux Falls, Luverne, Worthington & Jackson. Lower level orchestra seating Overnight stay at Marriott Minneapolis West, then Sunday Christmas Shopping at Mall of America

***Optional: Instead of going to Mall of America, go to the Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles game on Sunday for just $120 extra.

Price: $249 per person double; $239 per person triple; $229 per person quad; $289 per person single.

Secure your seat with a $100 deposit by calling WNAX at 800-843-0089 or 605-857-0753 or email scrawford@wnax.com !

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