Milwaukee Haunted House Discounts
This is our 2009 list of Halloween discounts in Milwaukee. To see our 2010 list, click here.
Halloween is just around the corner. If you’re thinking about visiting a Haunted House in the Milwaukee area, we have compiled a list of the area Haunted Houses that have discounts available.
Of all of the Haunted Houses in the area, the best deal that we have found is at Haunted Hills in Pewaukee. This event is 100% for charity and they will give you free admission with the donation of 5 non-perishable food items.
For a full list of everything Halloween, check out the Haunted Wisconsin website. Haunted Wisconsin has complete information on all Halloween related events happening in Wisconsin. In addition to a listing of virtually every Haunted House in the state, they also have Haunted House reviews, lists of Pumpkin Patches in every county, plus dates and times of Trick-or-Treat in just about every Wisconsin community.
Here is our list of Milwaukee area Haunted Houses that are offering discounts:
The Dark Side Haunted Adventure – Glacier Rock Farms, N1255 Hoard Rd, Ixonia. Admission is $15. You can get a $3 discount if you purchase tickets on The Dark Side website. Also, a two-for-one offer is available from a couple of different Milwaukee radio stations. 102.9 The Hog is offering 2 combo tickets, which include admission to the Haunted House and the corn maze for $18. If those tickets sell out, FM 102.1 has the same offer, however the price is $20.
Gilly’s Haunted House – 1559 W. Forest Home Avenue, Milwaukee. Admission for adults is $12 and children 12 and under are $10. If you donate 4 non-perishable food items to The Hunger Task Force, you get $2 off. More information can be found on the Gilly’s Haunted House website. On Friday morning, FM 102.1 will start selling passes to Gilly’s Haunted House for 50% off. The details of this offer can be found on the FM 102.1 website.
Haunted High – 550 E. Forest Street, Oconomowoc. Admission is $12. See the Haunted High website for information on discounts for various area school districts. Also, a few Milwaukee radio stations will be offering 4 admission passes ($48 value) for $24 starting on Friday. See the Milwaukee Perks (99.1 WMYX, 103.7 Kiss FM, Sportsradio 1250) website for more information.
Haunted Hills – River Hills West, 321 Riverside Drive, Pewaukee. Admission for adults is $5 and children 12 and under are $3. You will receive $1 off for each donation of a non-perishable food item (donate 5 items, get free admission). More information can be found on the Haunted Wisconsin website.
Hauntfest – Wisconsin State Fair Park, 1200 S. 84th Street, West Allis. Admission is $15. A coupon for $2 off during the week and $1 off on the weekend is available on the Hauntfest website.
Mars Haunted House – 734 W. Historic Mitchell Street, Milwaukee. Admission for adults is $12 and children under 12 are $10. On Thursdays and Sundays you can get $2 off admission if you bring a print out of your Myspace friends list showing Mars Haunted House as a friend. Check out the Mars Haunted House website for more information.
Monster Mayhem – 5121 W. Howard Avenue, Milwaukee. Admission is $12. You will receive a $1 discount with the donation of a non-perishable food item to The Hunger Task Force. A $1 discount is also available with a college or high school ID on Sundays (both $1 discounts can be combined). More information can be found on the Monster Mayhem website.
Racine’s Factory of Fear – 615 S. Marquette Street, Racine. Admission is $12.50. You can get $2 off with a donation of a non-perishable food item on October 9th and 16th. Check out the Racine’s Factory of Fear website for more information.
Wisconsin Feargrounds – Waukesha Expo Center Grounds, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha. 3 Haunted Houses – Morgan Manor, Morgana’s Torment & Unstable. $15 admission to Morgan Manor, or $30 admission to all three Haunted Houses. Coupons are available on the Wisconsin Feargrounds website for $2 off admission to Morgan Manor or $5 off admission to all three Haunted Houses.
Your Worst Nightmare – 7650 75th Street, Kenosha. Admission is $11. You can get $1 off with the donation of a non-perishable food item. More information can be found on the Haunted Wisconsin website.
Are there any Haunted Houses that don’t offer a discount that are worth going to? Leave a comment and let our readers know!