Shop Mesa Mesa Bucks
Mesa Bucks - Good for City of Mesa Museums and Mesa Arts Center Performances
Shop Mesa! Get the Arts started in May 2009 to reward consumers for shopping in Mesa. Since the launch of the program, the City has distributed almost $60,000 in Mesa Bucks to spend at Mesa's arts and cultural attractions.
The City of Mesa appreciates the importance of the arts and making them available to everyone. That is why consumers who make purchases in Mesa are rewarded with discounts on arts and cultural offerings through Shop Mesa! Get the Arts. Shop in Mesa to earn Mesa Bucks towards buy one get one free admission to select shows at Mesa Arts Center, as well as buy one get one free entry to the Arizona Museum of Natural History, and i.d.e.a. Museum. This season has an exciting new addition; Mesa Encore Theatre, Southwest Shakespeare Company, and other resident companies who perform at Mesa Arts Center will be accepting Mesa Bucks to select performance of their shows.
It is easy to redeem Mesa Bucks. Simply save your receipts from any purchases made in the City of Mesa and bring them to the Mesa Arts Center Box Office. The sales tax price will be matched in Mesa Bucks from $3 up to $200 per visit. These non-monetary vouchers can be used to purchase admissions to any of the Mesa arts and cultural facilities, exhibits, and select performances with the purchase of a ticket at regular price.
Consumers do not need to be a Mesa resident, but only receipts of purchases made in the City of Mesa are valid. Mesa Bucks cannot be used for purchases at any of the Museum or Mesa Arts Center stores, have no cash value, and there is no carryover of unused funds. The accumulation of tax on all receipts must add up to a total of at least $3, in order to convert to a minimum of $5 in Mesa Bucks. The maximum amount to be converted to Mesa Bucks per receipt and per day is $200. Mesa Bucks can be used to purchase admissions/tickets on a buy one, get one free basis (Mesa Bucks have to pay for the full cost of the second with no partial payment).
For more information on exhibitions and performances visit Arizona Museum of Natural History , i.d.e.a. Museum or Mesa Arts Center. When browsing the Mesa Arts Center website, look for the Shop Mesa logo next to the participating performances.
For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 480-644-6500.