The Minnesota State Fair kicks off next week and will feature a ton of new food and drinks to go along with all of your favorites like Sweet Martha's Cookies. You can actually see 65 food items that you'll be able to find on a stick at the bottom of this story. If you're not careful you can spend a fortune on food and snacks at the fair so make sure to take advantage of the coupons that are available.

A few years ago, KARE 11 tried to figure out how much a “normal” day at the fair would cost. They factored in the price of parking, admission, 2 snacks, lunch, 5 rides, and a souvenir.  $106 was the total they came up with for an average day at the fair for ONE adult. But, no one goes by themselves, right?  You go with your significant other and your kids.  A normal day at the fair can be quite expensive for a family, but there are ways to save.

Blue Ribbon Bargain Books are full of coupons and are available (while supplies last) all around the state of Minnesota including at several locations here in the southeast corner of the state.

Minnesota State Fair Blue Ribbon Bargain Book Deals:

The Blue-Ribbon Bargain Book features a ton of coupons that help you save on food, merchandise, and attractions. There are 100 coupons that are good for the entirety of the fair. See the deals here.

 

Where to Get Your Blue Ribbon Bargain Book:

Books are available for $5 at the fairgrounds ticket office Aug. 2-25, and at participating Cub Food stores while supplies last. Other locations in Southern MN include:

Albert Lea-Freeborn County Chamber of Commerce

Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce

Faribault Area Chamber of Commerce

Jackson Sunshine Foods

Mankato Cub Foods

New Ulm Area Chamber of Commerce

Northfield Cub Foods

Pipestone Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau

Rochester Cub Foods

Windom Area Chamber of Commerce

Visit Winona

65 Foods On a Stick You Can Get at the Minnesota State Fair in 2021

The Minnesota State Fair is fast approaching! Plan out your trip and take a look at the foods on a stick that you can find at the Great Minnesota Get-Together in 2021.