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9 Groupons You Must Take Advantage Of This Fall In Toronto

Toronto is full of awesome things to do, especially in the fall!  You'll no longer have to worry about constantly sweating, sunburns or whether or not your destination has AC.  With fall comes tons of amazing opportunities to take advantage of what the city has to offer.

We have compiled a list of 9 Groupons for those who are looking for something to do, but aren't willing to break the bank.  If you're balling on a budget this fall, be sure to check out our list of things to do below!

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1. Experience Captian Morgan's Legends of Horror at Casa Loma 

Get into the Halloween spirit with a haunted tour of Toronto's very own castle. Legends of Horror is basically an interactive theatrical experience featuring classic horror figures. This is the perfect activity to do with a couple of friends, plus it's a great way to celebrate fall!

Original Price: $37.50

Savings: 25% off

Groupon Price: $30.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

Buy Here.

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2. Take bae on a date to the Toronto Zoo

Who can say no to a day full of adorable animals? The Toronto zoo has recently had a couple new editions to their family, including a baby zebra and a baby camel. This is an awesome date idea or just a great thing to do with a couple of friends.

Original Price: $28.00

Savings: 15% off

Groupon Price: $23. 80

Available: Limited time remaining!

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3. Get in the fall spirit and road trip to Pumpkin Fest

Everyone is guilty of the classic pumpkin patch Instagram once fall rolls around. Embrace your inner basic and indulge in all things fall. Plus, who doesn't love a fall road trip full of beautiful photo ops of the fall colours along the way?

Original Price: $20.00

Savings: 30% off

Groupon Price: $14.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

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4. Laugh your ass off at Amy Schumer Live 

If you didn't already grab tickets to see Amy Schumer in November, we have you covered. Groupon is offering discounted tickets to her comedy show in Toronto this fall. This makes an awesome gift, or an incredible date idea.

Original Price: $146.50

Savings: 22% off

Groupon Price: $115.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

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5. Show your Toronto Pride at a TFC game

TFC games are the best way to spend an afternoon. Get a little tipsy while watching our cities amazing athletes. This is an awesome thing to do with friends from outside of the city because it truly gives them a sense of community!

Original Price: $63.00

Savings: 61% off

Groupon Price: $24.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

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6. Attend an Argos Game 

If soccer isn't your thing, why not go see the Argos play? You should definitely take advantage of outdoor sporting events before it gets too cold, plus these tickets are cheap AF!

Original Price: $35.00

Savings: 51% off

Groupon Price: $17.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

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7. Get artsy at Toronto's Gardner Museum

If you've already been to the ROM and the AGO a million times, why not try something new? The Gardner Museum is super underrated if you're looking to find some incredible art within the city. You'll get to take a look at Japanese sake pots, Italian Renaissance maiolica plates, and Canadian contemporary ceramic sculptures!

P.S. there are some really awesome Instagram opportunities here!

Original Price: $15.00

Savings: 53% off

Groupon Price: $8.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

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8. Get toned for the Canadian Tire 5K Obstacle Course

If you're not the type of person who enjoys running on a treadmill, why not make things a little more interesting with an obstacle course? There is no better motivation than signing up for a race, especially when you're getting a deal on it. If you've been trying to kick start your healthy lifestyle for a while now, this is the perfect time to start.

Original Price: $75.00

Savings: 50% off

Groupon Price: $39.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

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9. Let out your inner scene kid at Simple Plan 

Nothing is more nostalgic than going to a band you used to idolize when you were 15. Simple plan is playing a show in Toronto this fall, and we don't want you to miss it. Check out these discounted tickets!

Original Price: $57.25

Savings: 48% off

Groupon Price: $30.00

Available: Limited time remaining!

Buy Here.

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